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FBI Raids Trump Mar-a-Lago Estate & IRS Hires Special Agents to Use Deadly Force
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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!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website:     ----more----   Full Transcription    Welcome to the revolution. hello and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams and thank you so much for listening today. We have a few very crazy topics to cover. I don't think one that we expected to have to cover after the, you know, Nancy Pelosi Taiwan situation. It's like literally back to back to back to back like crazy wild events, which I guess is good for the news and podcasting world, but kind of wild just to be an everyday citizen, trying to do your job and be a good father and mother and person with friendships. But here we. 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. And I know you're thinking about it. You're like, man, why would I do that? Well, you should do it. Cuz I asked you and I said, please, please  so hit that subscribe button again. It would mean the world. To me. There's not very many things that you can do right now where you're sitting, where you can get some good karma. I talk about that all the time, but you truly can. It means a lot to me just hit that subscribe button takes two seconds. And if you didn't do it the last 20 seconds or so that I've talked about it, just do it right now and I'll stop talking about it. I'll give you two seconds. Ready. All right. Cool. Now that you've done that  then let's go ahead and let's jump into it. And here we go. Episode number 39 of the red pill revolution podcast. Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. 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. Um, so let's look at what the more concerning part of this is, but before we discuss that, the next thing I need you to do is go over to red pill, revolution dot. All right now you can actually go to my website, which is red pill, revolution dot C o.com is for losers. So head over to red pill, revolution.co, and you can actually sign up for the subst directly on there. You can see AC I redid the whole website. I've been spending a ton of time on this guy. So, um, trying my best over here to learn how to build WordPress websites for you.  and I think I did the decent job. So head over to red pill, revolution dot C, and you can actually watch all of the video episodes. You can get all of the podcast links. You can look at reviews, you can sign up for the subst stack and on these subst stack. Every single week, you are going to start getting a podcast companion, which includes all of the articles, all of the links, all of the, um, talking points of what we discussed, the video episode, the podcast episode, all of that, right? In one place directly to your email, uh, about a day or so after the podcast comes out. All right. So head over to red pill, revolution.ceo, and you can sign up for the subst stack directly on my website there. And just, if nothing else, check it out. Tell me my website sucks. I don't know, but I think I did a pretty good job. So head over there right now and sign up for the subst stack. You'll get all of the articles, links, videos, everything for free for now. All right. So I would appreciate it now on the backs of that, let's go ahead and talk about what piggybacks that last topic, which is the IRS is seeking armed accountants, ready to use deadly force. Now the IRS posted a job posting today, which caused immense backlash from the general public. 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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FBI Raids Trump Mar-a-Lago Estate & IRS Hires Special Agents to Use Deadly Force
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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!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website:     ----more----   Full Transcription    Welcome to the revolution. hello and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams and thank you so much for listening today. We have a few very crazy topics to cover. I don't think one that we expected to have to cover after the, you know, Nancy Pelosi Taiwan situation. It's like literally back to back to back to back like crazy wild events, which I guess is good for the news and podcasting world, but kind of wild just to be an everyday citizen, trying to do your job and be a good father and mother and person with friendships. But here we. 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. And I know you're thinking about it. You're like, man, why would I do that? Well, you should do it. Cuz I asked you and I said, please, please  so hit that subscribe button again. It would mean the world. To me. There's not very many things that you can do right now where you're sitting, where you can get some good karma. I talk about that all the time, but you truly can. It means a lot to me just hit that subscribe button takes two seconds. And if you didn't do it the last 20 seconds or so that I've talked about it, just do it right now and I'll stop talking about it. I'll give you two seconds. Ready. All right. Cool. Now that you've done that  then let's go ahead and let's jump into it. And here we go. Episode number 39 of the red pill revolution podcast. Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. 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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World War 3: Pelosi Taiwan Trip Escalates China Tensions
Aug 4 2022
World War 3: Pelosi Taiwan Trip Escalates China Tensions
In this week's episode, we discuss Nancy Pelosi's recent visit to Taiwan. Nancy says she supports Taiwan's democracy while the white house says the exact opposite supporting the "One-China" policy. We discuss the real motives of her visit which may or may not have to do with insider trading. We also discuss the Alex Jones trial where his lawyer "accidentally" sends years' worth of texts to the opposing lawyer completely undermining their entire argument.    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!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website:     Full Transcription   Welcome to the revolution. Hello and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and this is episode number 38 of the red pill revolution podcast. And man O man, it has been an interesting, interesting last week or so we have inched our way closer and closer to what could potentially be a catastrophic disaster for basically the entire world. Uh, basically what's happened recently is Nancy Pelosi has took it upon herself to check on her stock investments.  allegedly, uh, basically going over to Taiwan. And causing what is a international catastrophe with China then Boeing up to the United States and all sorts of craziness. In other news, Alex Jones was accused of perjury after his Sandy hook. Parents' lawyer obtained his test tax messages from his own lawyer. Uh, so that's gonna be something interesting to talk about. I guess Alex Jones is currently, uh, going through legal proceedings regarding, uh, defamation trial or some type of, uh, civil lawsuit regarding the Sandy hook shooting and saying that it did not happen. So we will discuss that, but really today's conversation. Uh, conversation's going to be going over a lot about Nancy Pelosi starting an international incident, and we'll find out why, what China said and everything in between. So stick around on today's episode, number 38 of the red pill revolution podcast. Again, thank you so much for joining. Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. 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. Thank you guys so much for joining me again. Episode number 38 of the red pill revolution podcast. And the very first thing that we are going to touch on is the Alex Jones trial. All right. It says this article that I have in front of me right here, it says Alex Jones is accused of perjury after Sandy hook parents' lawyer obtains his text messages and what could be the worst blunder ever by any lawyer at all ever  which quite atrocious move on your lawyer's part to basically completely, uh, send every little piece of evidence they could to the. Opposing team's lawyer.  literally the worst thing you could possibly do. So we'll read through this a little bit, this article here about it, and then we will watch the clip of Alex Jones basically caught with his pants down. I have my own opinions on this. I have my own opinions about Alex Jones. Um, but whatever you believe about it, this is pretty hilarious. So what this article goes on to. Is that the lawyer representing Sandy hook parents in Alex Jones' damages trial said Wednesday, that Jones' lawyer sent him years worth of text messages and emails from Jones's phone. It goes on to say that Jones who was repeatedly says, has repeatedly lied, that the Sandy hook shooting was a hoax has already been found liable in defamation cases, brought by families of the victims. The Texas jury in the damages trial will determine how much Jones owes victims' parents after publicly making false claims. What they're saying, uh, 12 days ago, your lawyer messed up and sent me an entire digital copy of your entire cell phone with every text message you've sent for the last two years. That is how I know you lied to me. When you said you didn't have text messages about Sandy hook. And that is the attorney mark Bankston, who is the attorney for the Sandy hook victim's family. And this was on Wednesday, uh, today. And, uh, so it goes ahead and says that worth noting judge Maya, Guerra gamble of the Travis county district court, who is presiding over the case, told jurors the contents of Jones' phone were not properly turned over when it should have. Okay. Well, if you watch this clip of Alex Jones is the judge on this case. It's like pretty apparent that this judge is just wants nothing to do with Alex Jones is fed up with his trial is a little agitated by anything and everything that he does. . So let's go ahead and watch this clip here, because again, it's, you know, I have my own thoughts about Alex Jones. You know, like everybody, uh, says he's got this crazy demeanor about a lot of things. He's been right about several, several things. This is not one of them, in my opinion. Um, this Sandy hook situation is quite atrocious. Just like all of the other mass shootings that we've seen is horrible, horrific. Um, And again, the way that Alex Jones went about it. I I've said this before about shootings. I've said this before about the conspiracy world that comes up when you talk about these, uh, these shootings in these schools. And I, I just don't, I think it's off the mark. I don't think that there's crisis actors. And I don't think that, you know, people are going on the stage and, you know, if anything, that's so many loose ends that it, it is just so unprobable. And so sloppy of, of an idea that, you know, to actually implement that there would be so many people who would have to be in on it, that it would just make it such a difficult situation to follow through on. And, and again, there would be so many people who would know what happened there would, it's just a mess. So I, I just don't think that's the likely, the likelihood is there. I don't think that there's a bunch of actors in this situation. I don't think that's what's going on. I do think, however, you. You wanna put on your tin foil hat for a minute, that there is federal agents who are on chatboards with people who are saying horrible, horrific things with these, you know, young people who are in terrible frames of mind who may or may not, uh, talk to them in these types of situations. And there's a lot less loose ends that way. Um, but anyways, let's go ahead and watch Alex Jones, uh, get caught with his pants down here.  every text message he's ever sent over the last several years, being given to a lawyer  this is just worst case scenario, right? Like if you're on a, if you're on trial, you know, for literally anything. Let alone a trial that's getting watched by hundreds of thousands, if not millions and millions of people. And literally the enemy standing across from you in the courtroom has every piece of evidence has every little flirt TA just text message you sent to your wife has every little, you know, bad day that you had every little, uh, I don't know, uh, name that you called a friend that you don't want them to know about. I mean, literally every little dirty secret in those text messages and worst case scenario, it gets sent to the opposite team's lawyer. All right. So  just, uh, I, I, it just horrific situation and, and I guess it raises a lot of questions, right? Like he, the, the lawyer actually goes on to say that your lawyer didn't even. Stop us from bringing this to court, right? Like your lawyer didn't even attempt to write his wrong. And literally in any situation as a lawyer, how are you not checking the recipients of your text message that you're sending everybody or, or every text message ever that somebody's ever sent that you are defending? I dunno, it just seems like a crazy, crazy happenstance to find yourself in. If you're one of the most controversial figures ever, literally one of the first people ever to get banned on all social medias before even Trump got there, you know, is quite impressive if you ask me, but alright, here's the clip. We'll go ahead and watch it. And, uh, I think it's just about a minute or so, so we'll see what, what it, what goes on on it. Here we go. So you did get my text messages and it said you didn't nice trick. It's just  yes. Mr. Jones. Oh, indeed. You didn't give this text message to him. He doesn't, you don't know where this came from. Do you know where I got this? No. This lawyer sounds like an evil villain  because yes, Mr. Jones, indeed, I do have these text messages. , it's every evil villain of every animation ever. I'm just gonna restart that for you. So you can actually listen to this beautiful evil villain laugh by this lawyer. Once he feels like he has Alex in the corner. I can't imagine how excited this lawyer was to actually get this trial, especially in a time where I don't know if there's been any other specific time in history where court cases have been so publicized and, uh, you know, just so in the public eye as the last six months or so even. Um, but anyways, listen for this beautiful, beautiful Disney villain laugh by this lawyer. So you did get my text messages and they said you didn't nice trick. That's just not . Yes. Mr. Jones. Oh, indeed. You didn't give this text message to him. You don't, you don't know where this came from. Do you know where I got this? No. Mr. Jones, did you know that 12 days ago, 12 days ago, your attorneys messed up and sent me an entire digital copy of your entire cell phone with every text message you've sent for the past two years. And when informed. Did not take any steps to identify it as privileged or protect it in any way. And as of two days ago, it fell free and clear into my possession. And that is how I know you lied to me. When you said you didn't have text message about saying, okay. Did you know that? I see, I told you the truth. This is your Perry Mason moment. I gave them my phone and Mr. Jones, you need to answer the question? No. Did you notice? No, I don't know this happened, but I mean, I told you I gave him the phone over. Just that, just answer the question you said in your deposition, you searched your phone. You. And that's where we really, you can start to see the judge just like rolling her eyes about the whole situation. She's just so fed up with having to actually sit here and do this trial. You know, she, she goes on, if you listen for her, you'll hear just the irritation and agitation in her voice. As she's speaking to somebody, you know, being Alex Jones on this trial. And then she actually directs it a little bit at the other lawyer because she probably feels the need to balance out her frustration  for the public eye's sake. Um, but you just listen for how frustrated and how like agitated. She sounds with Alex Jones. You said you pulled down the text, did the service function for Sandy hook? That's what you said, Mr. Jones. Correct. And I had several, several different phones with this number, but I did. Yeah, well, of course. I mean, that's why you got it. No, Mr. Jones. That's not why I have my lawyer sent it to you. But I'm hiding it. Okay. Mr. Jones, Mr. Jones, that just answer questions. There's no question, Mr. Bankson also only asks questions. Sure. Mr. Jones, in discovery, you were asked, do you have Sandy hook, text messages on your phone? And you said that under oath, cause you not didn't you. I, if I was mistaken, I was mistaken, but you, you got the messages right there. You know what perjury is, right. I just wanna make sure, you know, before we go any further, you know what it is? Yes, I do. I mean, I, I'm not a tech guy. I told you, I gave in my testimony, the phone to the lawyers before, whatever. And, and so you've got my phone, but we didn't give it to you now, Mr. Jones, one more time. And please remember if you need to assert fifth amendment, you can, I need to know that you can do that, but you testified, so you did. He goes on to say, if you need to assert the fifth amendment, you can, like the other team's lawyer is telling him, maybe you should be quiet at this point is hilarious. Like how many times has that happened in court? Like, Hey, if you don't wanna go to jail for perjury, maybe just maybe just sit this one out. Maybe just say you don't know  so again, I, I find this to be interesting. I, I think that it's, uh, what a horrible position to find yourself in. I, if you're in any courtroom at all the actual other team's lawyer and what is he gonna do with this? Right. I mean, I'm, I don't know what type of, you know, there is client attorney privilege and there's, this does raise questions about whether or not Alex Jones gets some ability to say that there's like some type of mistrial, but I guess, because it's a civil case and not a. You know, some type of, um, actual, what is it called? I don't know, whatever the other type of case, it's a civil case. So the actual ability to, uh, call it a mistrial or whatever, doesn't actually come into play here. Uh, so interesting. But he may be actually able to go after this lawyer, from what I understand for doing that, because he literally just killed his entire case, right? The, the lawyer has a responsibility to do his best to defend him regardless of the situation. And part of that probably does not have to do with sending the other team's lawyer.  every text message you ever sent ever.  over the last two years. Um, so unfortunate for Alex Jones. Uh, it'll be interesting to see what comes of that trial. You know, who see, who, who knows how much money they'll actually get out of him for that. It seems like, you know, just looking at the. Uh, the judge in that case, Alex Jones is gonna lose . So it'll be interesting to see how much money actually comes of that for those parents. But I don't know something to watch. It's I, I bet you, it's probably the most entertaining trial. Uh, Alex Jones is far more, well, you call him what you want, but he is far more entertaining than any of the other trials that we've seen, whether it's Kyle written house, whether it is, uh, you know, um, pirates of the Caribbean trial, that's been going on Amber herd and Johnny Depp, you know, but Alex Jones is far more entertaining, so at least, you know, gives us some good comedy. All right. Now on the backs of that, we are going to start discussing the Nancy Pelosi, China, America. Situation. But before I do that, the first thing I need you to do is go ahead and hit that subscribe button for me. Um, if you have not already, I would appreciate it. So, so much more than, you know, whether you're driving, sitting at home with your house, with headphones on cleaning, whatever the hell you're doing, there's nothing else that you could do at this very, very moment to get a sliver sliver of good karma. And you can do that right now by just tap, tap, tap that subscribe button. 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Check out the website, subscribe five star review. That's all I got. Thank you very much. All right now. What we're gonna be discussing is Nancy Pelosi throwing the very first punch in what could cause a domino effect into a potential world war. As we saw her go on a trip to Taiwan this week, over the last couple of days, she was in Taiwan taking 90 million of taxpayer money to be escorted with unbelievable military presence to get there. Now, the reason that she went was obscure, she wouldn't tell people why she was actually going to Taiwan, but. Some people have some theories and I have my own, and we will discuss those as well. But let me go ahead and read this article for you, because it will give us some context. We'll look at some of the timelines of what actually went on here. Uh, and I, and I think it's important to note what's gonna be happening moving forward, because basically where we're at now is that the us is going to keep Naval assets really close to Taiwan. As China begins to ramp up their own Naval deployments and military actions and exercises, which I, I think is like, kind of weird, right? Like what is an, what is a military exer like live fire drills? What's that doing? I don't know. Um, but let's go ahead and we'll read this article and see what they have to say about Nancy Pelosi. Um, so what it goes on to say is that Nancy Pelosi went to Taiwan. In high ranking, Chinese officials issues, a new threat over Pelosi's expected visit to Taiwan. That was the very first article surrounding it. The next one goes on to say that that Taiwan is going to be keeping their military, or I'm sorry, their military assets, uh, in ready formation as this situation unfolds. So when she went to Taiwan, there's, there's a few different situations surrounding this. We'll look at what the white house has to say about it. Well, look what Nancy Pelosi's own Twitter account has to say about it, which is completely contradictory. Uh, but, um, it goes on to say that according to the us Navy, the us Ronald Reagan, USS anti M USS Higgins, USS triple E, and a guided missile cruiser are in the vicinity of Taiwan and overstaying. After her movement reports also indicate that the two us Naval submarines are also operating in this area. And so it says the movement of war us warships to the east of Taiwan comes as China announced it was moving Naval assets near Taiwan ahead of targeted military drills and missile tests. In addition to various Naval war movements, two Chinese aircraft carriers left their port as speaker Pelosi arrived in Taiwan. The two aircraft carriers, uh, are expected to move towards the region. The ships are accompanied by type 0 75 amphibious assault ships. All right. So basically what that's saying is that the us is not going anywhere right now, right? The us is going to stand their ground in Taiwan, which is also contradictory basically to what, uh, the white house said, which will watch again here. Some of the situations that unfolded there and what the white house speaker actually, you know, had to say about it. Um, but China is going to begin a set of unprecedented live fire drills off of the Taiwan coast as a result of this. Okay. It goes on to say that this is from, this is from the guardian. It says China is to begin a series of unprecedented live fire drills that would effectively blockade the islands of Taiwan just hours after the departure of us house speaker Nancy Pelosi, whose controversial visit this week has sparked fears of a crisis in the Taiwan. Straight Taiwan is characterized the drills, which will last until Sunday afternoon and will include missile tests and other military operations as close as nine miles to Taiwan's coastline. As a violation of international law ahead of the drill, it says 27 Chinese war planes had enter its air defense zone. Pelosi arrived in Taipei on Tuesday night, under intense global scrutiny and was met by the foreign minister and the us representatives in Taiwan.  she addressed Taiwan's parliament on Wednesday before having public and private meetings with the president, our delegation came to Taiwan to make unequivocally clear. We will not abandon Taiwan. And we are proud of our enduring friendship. Pelosi said, which again goes completely against what the Weis house had to say about this with their one China policy and believing that Taiwan is its own, you know, sovereign nation. No, , that's what the white house said. They believe that, you know, basically that it's a part of China, which is what we'll see here in this video. So let's go ahead and see what. The white house had to say about this. We'll see what the text messages were said by Nancy Pelosi. And actually let's go right into that here, which is Nancy Pelosi's tweets, not text messages, sorry.  Nancy Pelosi's tweets. So Nancy Pelosi tweeted by traveling to Taiwan. We honor our commitment to democracy, reaffirming that the freedoms of Taiwan and all democracies must be respected. And that was directly from Nancy Pelosi's Twitter account. During this now Nancy Pelosi actually posted what seemed to be a hype video around her, her trip to Taiwan, which I feel is hilarious. Even like, listen to the music of this. And I'll kind of talk you through it if you're just listening here. Um, and then we will walk through the article together. So you hear this uplifting music as they show her landing and walking next to some Taiwanese people. She's speaking on a couch, waving her fist around as people wave their heads as a, in a yes. Motion. just like the music kills me on this. You know, just how, how, you know, she went to stock media.com and typed in make people like me. So I guess you could receive some type of honor as a result of this, you know, that hasn't been given to other people. Um, I don't know. It's, it's really quite interesting to just, you gotta see this video, go to Nancy Pelosi's Twitter account. It's hill Larry to see just the, the vibe and the feel of this video here. They're taking selfies together. Oh, the good thing she's wearing a mask. She might start a world war, but Nancy Pelosi is at least wearing a mask in her hype video who cares about the, the fighter jet scrambled to run after her. At least she has her mask on Oh, it's so funny to see the world politics on this stage. It's like, I'm surprised this woman even wants to travel to Taiwan at this point. Um, I don't know. So let let's go over the timeline here. We'll, we'll look at something here, which, you know, in a minute, what we'll look at is the difference between the way the media has addressed. You know, the headlines that have come out of this for Nancy Pelosi doing this, you know, very, um, what people say about it is somewhat aggressive act, uh, uh, and foreign policy against some of the things that we have said we would follow in the past, including our own white house. I don't know what this, this guy is not the curly headed lady, but the man, um, I don't know what his title is, but he says some, some stuff about what the us policy is about this, and it goes completely against it. But let's look at the timeline here of what actually went down, what actually happened and see how China responded. Let's just jump into it. So it says. Footage uploaded by civilians in China. So this was breaking news is they started to show China, basically throwing a bunch of military assets on the border of Taiwan, right? The immediately close vicinity of a city directly across from Taiwan. And it says that footage uploaded by civilians in China show, large military movements of troops and equipment. And speaker Pelosi is expected to arrive in Taiwan shortly. The large military movements have occurred on major highways and railways throughout the Chinese Providence of Fujian. Um, this was at 1:01 AM Pacific time and it says commercial fights have been abruptly canceled from airports in several cities, um, in the Fujian Providence. And this was, uh, due to regional traffic control and did not elaborate further for the actual cause of that 1 0 7. Um, the mayor of Ziman, I don't know if I'm pronouncing any of these cities, right? So my apologies has called on citizens to donate blood without detailing. Why at one 11 Pacific time photos coming in the military movements. One 14, the Chinese aircraft carrier is reportedly moving towards Taiwan in additional ship in Chan. Don was reported to have left Sanya Naval base on yesterday. 1 21. They continue to talk about the USS Ronald Reagan is on course towards Taiwan reports, estimated that the shift could arrive in Taiwan in the next six hours. And then we start to see us military aircraft departing Japan and heading towards Taiwan from, uh, air force based. OK, Okinawa, um, 1 37. You start to basically what ends up happening here is a bunch of military aircraft, a bunch of tanks, a bunch of all this military equipment is being shown as traveling all across China, to get over to the streets of Z to show Chinese, uh, military equipment. There's all these videos of all these people we're posting about it now. It started to say how Nancy Pelosi is gonna basically take a long way around to get there. You know, obviously because she understands what she is doing. And again, we'll talk about why people think she's actually doing what she's doing, which has to do with more. So her stock investments, as opposed to, you know, maybe us foreign policy, as we see the white house distance themselves from her. And, uh, let's go see. So at 4:57 AM Pacific time, that's 7:57 AM the morning of this happening. Multiple Taiwanese government websites went down, right? All they got shut down, which included the actual taiwan.gov website. So. From there, we start to see her travel. Now, if you were following this at all, you'd understand that there there's something called the flight radar 20 four.com, which is where you can follow military aircraft follow any type of aircraft that has any type of radar system that you can track through air traffic control. And there was over 300,000 people following this single plane of Nancy Pelosi, just praying to see it.  go down. You know, we've seen all of these, you know, hilarious comments about this. You know, people are just saying like, you know, just keep her, we don't, we don't want her anyways, if you want to, you know, shoot her down. Oh, no, we're so sad about it.  uh, I'll, I'll hold my opinion on it. Um, but there was some pretty hilarious comments. If you start to look at these things, um, but everybody was watching this 300,000 people across the world were watching her plane. I imagine be sitting in that aircraft and, and wondering what's gonna actually happen. I don't know it, it would be if you're Nancy Pelosi and you're all dressed up in your suit and ready to go take on, you know, Taiwan foreign policy or show your support for them. And you're just wondering if at any moment your aircraft could be shut down. Now I would wonder, you know, why they wouldn't turn off their radar. Um, so you know, what is more likely to me is that that was probably some type of, you know, if they're spending 90 million for her to be there, they're probably sending a couple planes and making one as a decoy. Um, but imagine being the, the pilot on that plane too, like, you didn't even ask for this, right? You're not going to check on your billion dollar stock investments in Taiwan. You're just flying planes, wherever your command tells you to fly them.  and all of a sudden you have to fly Nancy Pelosi through enemy territory to Taiwan. Wondering if at any moment you're gonna get shot down. For Nancy Pelosi to go check on her stock investments. Which again, we'll talk about here in a minute.  at 7:01 AM. China closed the Taiwan straight for commercial air tra air traffic control. Um, and then they started to scramble, uh, 7 21, which was 20 minutes later. Taiwan started to scramble fighter jets to intercept Chinese or, uh, aircraft heading towards the country. All right. Now, Nancy Pelosi later released a state.  and, uh, this beautiful picture of her with her hands up, you know, if you recall her rubbing her fist together and just so excited to clap for Joe Biden, um, but it kind of look like one of those situations, she's quite the awkward character. Um, it says our congressional delegations visit to Taiwan honors America's unwavering commitment to support Taiwan's vibrant democracy. Our visit is a part of broader trip to the end of Pacific, including Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, and Japan focused on mutual security, economic partnership, and democratic governance. Our discussions with Taiwan leadership will focus on reaffirming our support for our partner and our, and on promoting our shared interests. It's interesting that she calls them her partner. Our partner, right? Our partner.  not, not the United States partner. All of, all of ours, uh, all of our partners, um, which again, the white house begins to distance themselves from her as a result of this. Uh, but it says our discussions with Taiwan leadership will focus on reaffirming our support for our partner in on promoting our shared interest, including advancing free and open endo Pacific region. Uh, America's solidarity with the 23 million people of Taiwan is more important today than ever as the world faces a choice between autocracy and democracy. Our visit is one of several congressional delegations to Taiwan in no way, contradicts longstanding United States policy guided by Taiwan relations active 1979, us China joint and the six assurances. The United States continues to oppose unilateral efforts to change the status quo. Now things started to escalate here and what we've seen as a result of all of this, uh, you know, basically the very next, you know, several, several hours later, the China's military started to announce that it was going to launch targeted military operations to counter speaker Pelosi's visits, Taiwan, the military added it would resolutely, defend territorial integrity and national sovereignty. And they didn't say where they were aiming that at. They didn't say specifically in Taiwan, they didn't know anything specific about it just said that they're willing and able to conduct targeted military operations. Now they go on to seemingly say that they're going to be doing live fire drills. And again, this is my question is like, what does a live fire drill? What does that look like? Why would you, how does that, are you just like flexing your muscles before a fist fight? Like what, what is the point of that? Right? They showed the actual tra air traffic zones, like the, the fight areas that are gonna be sectioned off as a result of this. But who knows what's gonna come of this? I think this is the very beginning of what's gonna escalate. Uh, I, I just don't see that this saber rattling doesn't turn into something more, but we will see here in just a moment, you know, very shortly, just a few minutes here, we'll see how the white house responds to this, including what, uh, Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said about it. Um, China summon the us ambassador in China over speakers, uh, visit to Taiwan. China says it will carry out targeted military operations in response to the visit. And then the Pentagon press secretary John Kirby says that speaker Pelosi has a right to visit Taiwan. He adds that the United States believes China will ramp up military activity around Taiwan in the coming days. And then also said that they support the one China policy and will continue to support speaker Pelosi's trip. They basically say that like, yeah, she can do whatever she. Okay then let her do it. If she wants to go to Taiwan to check on her investment portfolio with microchips, then maybe she shouldn't be using $90 million of taxpayer money to do so. Maybe she should fly Delta.  like, see if the Delta airliner gets shot down, not a, you know, billion dollar, uh, you know, F 35 as a result of a dog fight that that came of this. So let's go ahead and watch this video. And then we'll talk about some of the, the preceding statements by the people in China, as well as the United States. But here is the Pentagon press, secretary, John Kirby, and his statements regarding this trip now on Taiwan. Cause I know that's on, uh, everybody's mind today. I wanna reaffirm that the speaker has not confirmed any travel plans and it is for the speaker to do so. And her staff. So we won't be commenting or speculating about, um, the, the stops on her trip. We have been clear from the very beginning that she will make her own decisions. And that Congress is an independent branch of government. Our constitution embeds a separation of powers. This is well known to the PRC, given our more than four decades of diplomatic relations, the speaker has the right to visit Taiwan and a speaker of the house has visited Taiwan before, without incident, as have many members of Congress, including this year, the world has seen the United States government be very clear that nothing has changed. Nothing has changed about our one China policy, which is of course guided by the Taiwan relations act. The three joint us PRC communicates in the six assurances. We have said, we have repeatedly said that we oppose any unilateral changes to the status quo. From either side, we have said that we do not support Taiwan, independence. And we have said that we expect cross straight differences to be resolved by peaceful needs. We have communicated this directly to the PRC at the highest levels. If you don't support Taiwan independence, then why is the speaker of the house going on to Twitter, supporting Taiwan independence? I just don't get how we can have such a disconnect between the third, second, third in line for the presidency. If Joe Biden dies tomorrow of old age COVID cancer or falls up the stairs, walking to get onto his plane, who's gonna take the presidency. Well, it's Kamala Harris and then it's Nancy Pelosi, who, again, we might have to worry about dying of old age at the same time, but if she's going on to these world stages and she is showing on Twitter, literally on Twitter. Saying that she supports Taiwan's democracy. We will have to choose between an and a democracy. We are showing our support of the democratic state. She's literally saying that she supports Taiwan's independence in almost every tweet that she talked about on this. And then he comes out here and, and it's all has to do with this gaslighting. Right? And he, you know, they've been gaslighting the American people for three years, and now they believe that they can not only Gaslight the people, they can Gaslight the Chinese government into thinking that, you know, we're not, we're not doing anything over here. We, we have nothing to do with our third in line for the president of the United States, making a direct attempt at threatening the sovereignty of a, some nation. You believe to be yours. It's it's it's I don't even know what to describe it as, but it's almost. As insulted as I feel when they Gaslight me, the Chinese government has to be like, yeah, what are you saying? I'm looking at Twitter right now. And Nancy Pelosi is saying that she supports the democracy of Taiwan. How do we misconstrue this? Because this man is 700 positions below Nancy Pelosi. He is not even close to this. And by the way, what the hell are these positions? Like the press secretary, the Pentagon press sec, the white house, press secretary, the Pentagon press. Secretary. What is this position for? What is this man doing besides literally getting paid to lie? About everything and read from a book, like how, how do you even get do for when you go through the interview process to be a press secretary, do they make you read Dr. Seuss allowed to people and see how convincing you can read Dr. Like, what is the process to become in this position? How much money do they get paid to literally just stand up there, sift through pieces of paper and lie about every single thing that they're talking about at all times. I don't know. It just seems like such a ridiculous position. Why don't you have the president of the United States speak to us? Oh, because then you'd have to find somebody and put somebody in that position who has the ability to form sentences. Right. That might be a problem anyways. So let's, let's watch the rest of this, but again, how I, I just don't see how you can have such conflicting conversations surrounding this. How, how the, the Pentagon press secretary can come out and say that we support the one China policy. We believe Taiwan is a part of China. And at the same time, the third, second, third in line for the presidency is going to Taiwan and saying she supports their democracy. I don't know, including as recently as last week and the phone call between president Biden and president she, the national security advisor, the secretaries of state and defense, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff have also made this very clear to Beijing in a half a dozen recent high level conversations put simply there is no reason. For Beijing to turn a potential visit consistent with longstanding us policy into some sort of crisis or conflict, or use it as a pretext to increase aggressive military activity in or around the Taiwan straight. There's no reason to turn this into anything. There's no reason at all. That's why we sent 26 F 30 fives. I'm making that up. However many fighter jets they sent surrounding her aircraft. However many huge ass military assets, $90 million of taxpayer money is what was expected to come of this trip to ensure her security so that she could go again. And again, we'll look at this article, but check on her stock investments, 90 million, if you believe. It's just so baffling to me that they can even say that. Why, why, why do you guys have a problem with this what's wrong? We didn't do anything. We didn't do anything. It's like a six year old with a cookie in their mouth telling, you know, telling you they didn't grab the cookie off the counter. Right. And they got chocolate all over their face. Why are you up so upset? We didn't eat the cookie. It's so stupid. And yet over the weekend, even before speaker Pelosi arrived in the region, China conducted a live fire exercise. China appears to be positioning itself to potentially take further steps in the coming days. and perhaps over longer time horizons. Now, these potential steps from China could include military provocations, such as firing missiles in the Taiwan straight or around Taiwan operations that break historical norms such as large scale air entry into Taiwan's air defense identification, zone ages. I think you all know that acronym, air, or Naval activities that cross the median line and military exercises that could be highly publicized. This could also include actions in the diplomatic and economic space such as further spurious legal claims by Beijing's public assertions last month, or I'm sorry, like Beijing's, uh, public assertions last month at the Taiwan Strait is not an international waterway. Some of these actions would continue concerning trend lines, uh, that we've seen in recent years, but some could be of a different scope and scale. The last time Beijing fired missiles into the Taiwan Strait was 1995 and 1996. After Beijing reacted provocatively to Taiwan's president's visit, uh, to deliver and address at his Alamo mater. I wanna contrast this now between the United States and China, we and countries around the world, believe escalation serves no one Beijing's actions could have unintended consequences that only serve to increase tensions. Meanwhile, our actions are not threatening and they break no new ground, nothing about this potential visit potential visit, which oh, by the way, has precedent would change the status quo and the world should reject any PRC effort to use it to do so we will not take the bait or engage in SA rattling. At the same time, we will not be intimidated. We will keep operating in the seas and the skies of the Western Pacific as we have for decades. We will continue to support cross straight peace, stability, support, Taiwan of course, defend a free and open endo Pacific. And we're still gonna seek to maintain lines of communication with Beijing. All of that is important. And all of that, all of it is preserving the status quo. We expect to see Beijing continue to use inflammatory rhetoric and disinformation in the coming days. United States by contrast will with transparency will. I am absolutely 100% positive. The United States will act with transparency as always as shown over the last three years. oh man. Gosh, this man, at least he's better than, uh, the other woman, the white house, press secretary at convincing people and holding a straight face and being able to finish a sentence. You know, at least it's not as insulting when this man lies to our face. I don't know it. It's it's funny. We're gonna read through all of the tweets that Nancy Pelosi had here. I have him pulled up, so we got 20 seconds left in this. I'll I'll give you the rest of the clip here and then we'll, we'll walk through those end up here. We'll answer your questions. We'll give you the facts. We are also committed to keeping open lines of communication with Beijing. As I said, this is what the world expects of, not just the United States, but of China. And we encourage Beijing to keep that commitment as well. One of the main things that he said there was that we continue to support the one China policy, right? The one China policy is the fact that China believes that they own Taiwan, right? That's the major overlying theme of the one China policy. Now, as Nancy Pelosi says on the backs of that, and the very first tweet that we see about this, well, maybe the second one, she says the United States  the United States continues to oppose unilateral efforts to change the status quo. Our visits is one of several congressional delegations to Taiwan and it in no way contradicts longstanding United States policy guided by the Taiwan relations act in 1979, she goes on to say that our delegations visit to Taiwan honors America's unwavering commitment to supporting Taiwan's vibrant democracy. Our discussions with Taiwan leadership reaffirm our support for our partner and promote our shared interest, including advancing a free and open Indo-Pacific region. Her very next, uh, tweet says by traveling to Taiwan, we honor our commitment to democracy. If you recall, China is not a democracy reaffirming that their freedoms of Taiwan and all democracies must be respected. The next tweet says our visit reiterates that America stands with Taiwan, a robust, vibrant democracy in our important partner in the endo Pacific. And this, this picture that she's in here outside. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 other people all in masks. And they're all in like black suits and she's in like a pink suit in the middle that like, somebody dressed her in , but they're all in masks, which again, you're outside. What are you doing? And even if you're inside, what are you doing? The very next post says, I like how she's like following a timeline here. Well, obviously she's not tweeting these. I would be highly, very, very surprised if Nancy Pelosi was actually on Twitter or knew how to use it in her age, but, um, in the recent days. Yeah. And she kind of moves on from the Taiwan situation. Uh, let's see if she has anymore here. Nope. She moves on. So, um, the last one that she said was, uh, about 17 hours ago and it said our delegation had the distinct privilege of meeting with the president of Taiwan. We discussed how America and Taiwan can deepen our economic ties. And by that she means her investments in longstanding chip companies.  we discussed how America and Taiwan can deepen our economic ties, further strengthen our security partnerships and defend our shared democratic values. Nancy, how do you plan on defending our shared democratic values? When the Pentagon says that they do not support your trip, that they have nothing to do with your trip, that you are going on this trip alone and they won't tell us why. And speaking of why let's jump into some of the theories allegedly as to why Nancy Pelosi actually went to Taiwan now to be fully transparent. This is not from any legitimate article, but several people online. Who are going to give their opinions as to why they believe that Nancy Pelosi is actually in Taiwan. All right. Now, an interesting situation that occurred was recently Nancy Pelosi actually sold, I believe about 50% or her not her. Of course not her. She would never trade stocks with insider information. It was her husband. He has nothing to do with her. They never share information. They don't talk about things that could potentially make them money. Of course they wouldn't do that. Her husband sold about half of their shares of the Envidia stock. All right. So, um, the first thing that says it's probably something to do with the millions that she just invested into Envidia uh, TSMC is the world's premier provider of Silicon wafer. Their clientele includes apple AMD, Invidia, et cetera. Invidia's particular in particular just realized they bought too much capacity for TM. TMC S's, uh, process nodes. The crash of crypto is to blame for that. The crash of crypto just saw demand for Nvidia GPS plummet. They ordered way too many chips expecting crypto to stay strong. Now as to why she's going there, TSMC will not change the existing deal for the chips. With Nvidia. This puts Invidia in a bad position because demand is now low and supply is going to be enormous. She owns a ton of Invidia stock and that stock price will plummet. If supply isn't reduced in some way, she's probably trying to go to Taiwan to get TSMC, to play ball. She could threaten them directly by holding up the chips act in Congress, costing TSMC, billions TSMC is set to receive money in the aforementioned act to subsidize the construction of a silicone fab in Arizona. It's literally a matter of national security that they build that fab. Otherwise when China sees as Taiwan and they will eventually China will control the best processors on the planet. Uninhibited even Intel is years behind TSM C's design Nancy probably just doesn't wanna lose millions on a bad buy. And she just is throwing her weight around threatening national security to make a few dollars. No Nancy Pelosi would not, not overcome her integrity would not, would not put her reputation on the line to make money. She makes $200,000 a year as the speaker of the house or something like that. Right? That's, that's more than enough to, to house herself in a $10 billion house or whatever the house she lives in.  uh, somebody asks on that thread do, should I buy TSMC stock now before China's takeover and somebody responds and says, China's seizing Taiwan as a matter of when. And they will control a good portion of the computer chip supply. It's one of the easiest annexes in the Asian region, but they won't invade before the us builds its own steady supply of chips because of political fallout, which would last for a duration of half a presidency until the public loses interest in Asians. I didn't say that , um, somebody said that she sold her position in Nvidia. Somebody responded by saying that she sold less than half of it, still 6.5 million position that she's in right now, which is approximately one 20th, maybe not 1 21 16th, one 17th of the total cost of the military tax hours that were spent for her to ensure her own safety, going to Taiwan in the first place. Maybe we can cut a deal with Nancy, like, Hey, don't go to Taiwan and start a world war. And maybe let's just, let's give her like a $2 million, you know, check as a result. And then she doesn't have to go play these little games and, and, you know, potentially cause the deaths of tens of millions of people, somebody else went on the same, speaking on the same subject about the chips, which seems to be a theme regarding this visit. They said that she is going to Taiwan to make a deal about TSMC. TSMC is quite literally a key part of Taiwan's defense strategy. There really isn't much competition with TSMC on the bleeding edge of chip production. And the few people that can compete are still behind them. If they were knocked out of the tech industry would be set back a decade. At least even if competitors Samsung could speed up their development and create a competing node, TSMC represents a huge percentage of the market that, um, that them going down would absolutely cripple tech markets. The other dominance of TSMC and the complete reliance on TSMC by the global tech industry is why Europe United States and China are all investing so heavily in ship. Taiwan, isn't stupid. They know they can't stand up to China and they fight TSM. C's dominance is their defense strategy. Taiwan has made the west so helplessly dependent on them and the west can't afford to let China invade. Pelosi is there to make a deal. I have no doubt. She will line her own pockets in the process, but let's not get ourselves here. Pelosi does not give a shit about the United States. You think she gives a fuck about Taiwan. This person says she will coddle them like the rest of the west until the very moment the us chip fabs can complete can compete and don't need TSMC anymore. The second Taiwan is no longer an integral part of the economy. You can bet your ass. People like Pelosi. Won't give the AODA of a fuck about them anymore.  that was beautifully written. Thank you so much. Um, Again, somebody else said, should I invest in their stock? What happens if the stock value in China captures Taiwan? Um, somebody else said that it's being kept down by the China threats, providing how stupid ball street is insanely undervalued stock. Nothing will happen to TSMC. The tech they use comes from ASML in Europe. If they can rebuild it somewhere else, it can be rebuilt somewhere else in the world. The chip act is supposed, uh, supposed to pay for them to build a plant in Texas. Supposedly Taiwan doesn't want to do it because they don't wanna lose their bargaining chip against China. Interesting. Very interesting. So there you have it. That is the theories behind why Nancy Pelosi is actually going there because she wouldn't tell anybody Nancy Pelosi would not disclose why she was going to Taiwan besides her tweets that make it seem like she's doing it for foreign policy, which is obviously according to most sources and by most sources, I mean, a bunch of random people on the internet  has nothing to do with it. Um, so take it with a grain of salt, but that's what they're saying. All right now, one thing I do find interesting regarding this whole thing is the difference in the way that they headlines reacted to the, to Nancy Pelosi, going to Taiwan and Donald Trump specifically just taking a phone call from Taiwan's president Nancy Pelosi, literally met with Taiwan's president and Donald Trump took a phone call and got just obliterated for doing so. So let's read the headlines. It says Nancy Pelosi tells this is both from the same article or from the same writer from the guardian. And it says that Nancy Pelosi tells president Cy us will not abandon Taiwan. That is the statement made by the guardian about her visit. Okay. Now what they said. When Trump specifically. So if you like recall the way that Trump was treated in the media, it's quite comical to look at the variations compared to that his presidency and no, right. He was just like, you know what I'm saying? It was, it was just the way the media treated him in the headlines was like everything that he did was a national crisis. Every phone call, literally every phone call he took was an atrocious act of self, you know, uh, self help and, and not for our country, you know, everything he did was horrific. So Nancy Pelosi goes to meet the president and the headline is Nancy Pelosi tells president SI us will not abandon Taiwan. The other headline is that Nancy Pelosi's, Nancy Pelosi pledges us solidarity with Taiwan. Okay. Those are your two headlines by the guardian for Nancy Pelosi. Okay. Now. The headlines for Donald Trump. When he specifically just took a phone call, all he did was take a phone call, nothing crazy. The headline was Trump's phone call with Taiwan, president risks, China's wrath risks. China's wrath for taking a phone call, not for flying a plane there with a bunch of military assets to protect him along with all of these aircraft carriers and you know, all of these missiles on top of those beautiful carriers and F 30 fives following in pursuit. And no, none of that just took a phone call. Now let's just read the first little couple sentences here. It says Donald Trump looked to have sparked a potentially damaging diplomatic role with China. On Friday, after speaking to Taiwanese president on the telephone and they move experts, would an expert said would anger Beijing, the call first reported by the TA a times and confirmed by the new financial times is thought to be the first between the leader of the island and us president or president elect since ties between America and Taiwan were severed in 1979 at Beijing's behest. The us closes embassy in Taiwan, a democratically ruled island, which Beijing, Beijing considers a breakaway Providence in the late 1970s. Following the historic re reapproach between Beijing and Washington, that stemmed from Richard Nixon's 1972 trip to China since then the us adhered to the so-called one China principle, which officially considers the independently governed island part of the same single Chinese nation as the mainland. Trump's transition team said Cy, who was elected Taiwan's first female president in January had congratulated the billionaire tycoon on his recent victory. So they start to fear monger. They say that it's gonna be against that just for taking a phone call  now Nancy Pelosi goes there. And all of a sudden the guardian believes that she's doing the right thing, right? that they say that China cannot stop other world leaders. Visiting Taiwan says Nancy Pelosi, right? Singing the praises from the mountain tops. And when Trump takes a phone call, he's dealing with the wrath of China. Wild. All right. And then the last thing that we will talk about here, something that is not in the news, as much as it should be currently is that Paul Pelosi Nancy Pelosi's husband is to be arraigned on DUI charges in Napa county. Paul Pelosi husband, the speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi is scheduled to be arraigned at eight 30 on Wednesday today in Napa county superior court. According to a press release from the Napa county district attorney's office, the DA's office filed charges after Pelosi was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence on May 28th, Pelosi was reportedly in a car accident. The night he was arrested, the charges include driving under the influence of alcohol con causing injury and driving with a zero, uh, 0.08 blood percent blood alcohol level or higher. According to California pen code 1977. Defendants may appear through their attorney for misdemeanor DUI cases, meaning they don't need to be present in the courtroom unless a judicial officer orders. It Pelosi has not been ordered according to the DA's office at arraignment, a judicial officer nor, uh, notifies the defendant of the crimes they have been charged with. Then a formal reading of the complaint can be waived da LA, then the defendant and their counselor can enter a plea. The case may then be continued to another date after a plea charge. Is set in the jury trial. Now it's interesting that he even got charged in this case that he's even going to court and that anybody ever found out about it. I would think if you're Nancy Pelosi and you have the ability to get 90 million to be, you know, your, your fleet of vehicles that you get to take with you to show that you're a thug against the Chinese government, that you know, maybe our own government wouldn't go after your husband for a DUI. Oh, and here's another article showing his mugshot, which is absolutely atrocious. Looks like a, um, methed out author.  it says that mugshot from Paul Pelosi husband, the speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi has been released at the night of the arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence. Last month, Pelosi was arrested on May 28th by the California highway patrol for driving under the influence of alcohol, um, under the suspicion of D a DUI. So I've heard people say that maybe this is, you know, some type of. You know, uh, some, some silly people have reported that. I dunno. It's interesting that at the same time, as she's flying millions of dollars of us tax dollars in military assets to Taiwan, her husband's in court over a DUI for running into somebody. Now, I don't believe this is the first time he's dealt with this. Uh, I've heard, I don't know, maybe I'm wrong, but I've heard that Pelosi's husband has been in this type of trouble before. And he's 82 years old. What are you doing? Getting a DUI at 82.  like, let, like you're getting drunk enough to be over the limit at 82 years old. And then also driving your vehicle. Like, was he like hanging out with the homies at the local bar? I don't know, but here here's what I think. I, I think we're getting into some really iffy waters with this whole worldwide conflict situation between Ukraine and Russia. Right. We haven't seen as much Saab rattling from Russia recently with the United States, but now China entering the arena. We've kind of been waiting on this. We've been looking out for this situation. China has now entered the chat, right? China is now Sabre rattling, not just at Taiwan, but at us leadership in governmental officials. So this is where it starts to get iffy. And if China enters the conversation and Russia's pissed off at us, because we were throwing our buddies in Ukraine, all of the missiles we could find to kill their own citizens. Mm. Things could get squirrly. Right. Uh, again, I've, I've talked about this analogy a bunch, but if you were in a bar and your buddy was in a fight and all of a sudden the guy that he's fighting, his buddy throws him a knife. You're probably gonna throw him a gun. Right. If you have the ability to right. It's like this weird consequence of events, when you're funding the oppositions. Uh, you know, ability to fight against a world superpower. Eventually they're gonna come for you. Right? And now that we have China and Russia entering into this worldwide global arena at the same time, things are just gonna get weirder and weirder. So we're gonna have to see where this goes. I'm not super posi. You know, I'm not super, uh, optimistic that this doesn't go in a direction that doesn't have to lead to some sort of war conflict for the first time between world super powers since you know, 1942. Uh, but hopefully that's not the case, but it's definitely a concern right now. You know, we see all of this weirdness going on, all of the things leading up to this and within a year of presidency, not only does Russia, Ukraine, Russia invade Ukraine, and China's saber raddling at Nancy Pelosi, visiting Taiwan. Again, we're gonna have to see where it goes, but it it's, it's, it's quite concerning. And that's what I got for you today. I hope they gave you an update on Nancy Pelosi. Now, one thing that I would like to do in the future, I'm going to get back to some deep dives. I'm going to get away from all of the political rhetoric that we've been talking about over the last several episodes. We'll include some of the recent events and things like that. But I am going to get back to our roots, which is talking about.  all of the craziness that is going on behind the curtain. Right. I think the next episode, or at least in the very new future, I would like to talk about some of the, the food aspects. Right? You see all of the bugs, they're trying to get you to eat. you see, um, you know, all of this things about seed oils coming out and all of the things that are government in our, you know, uh, worldwide, um, multinational corporations are pushing on us as a, a culture. You see bill gates buying all the farmland, you see China buying all the farmland, you see all of these fad diets coming into play, and, and that have all of these, you know, chemicals and grossness involved. And then in the very near future, we're gonna start bringing on some guests. 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Hero’s Exist | Freedom of Speech Died & The Media’s Pandemic of Fear
Jul 28 2022
Hero’s Exist | Freedom of Speech Died & The Media’s Pandemic of Fear
On this week's episode we discussed Elon Musk denied having an affair with the wife of Google co-founder, Sergey Brin, Jim Harbaugh's offer to his students, and the upcoming climate crisis being the new pandemic as a leaked conversation with CNN Executive exposed. We also discuss the death of the freedom of speech via AI algorithms and the white towel seemingly being waved by our politicians. Lastly, we discuss the recent mass shootings and the fact that hero still exists in a world where there seems to be plenty of villains.    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!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website:     Full Transcription   Welcome to the revolution.  Hello and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and today is episode number 37 37 of the red pill revolution podcast. And I appreciate you listening so much. We have a very interesting episode today. Got some pretty, uh, intriguing topics today that we're gonna discuss, including Elon Musk denying an affair with Google's co-founder Serge Brins wife.  that's one we'll touch on. We're also going to talk about, uh, the Highland park shooter being indicted by a grand jury on over a hundred well, 117 total charges. Um, Jim Harborough. From the university of Michigan, shout out to Jim har har Harba Harba yeah, something like that anyways, so that he was willing to raise his or his, uh, players' babies. Um, basically telling them that they, he said, don't get an abortion. I will raise your children for you. We're also going to discuss the world's first named heat wave. Hmm. We've been talking about this for the last several episodes where there's been this humongous, humongous push recently through the mainstream media to, I don't know. And sensationalize, you know, heat  as a, as a, as the next killer pandemic. Uh, so find that interesting. Um, so we'll discuss that, read about that article, see where, um, what the actual name of that heat wave is going to be. Uh, we're also going to discuss a update as the Biden administration offers to exchange Britney Griner and Paul Whelan for release of Russian arms dealer. That doesn't sound right. Offers to exchange. Yeah. So two people for one, they want to exchange a Russian arms dealer for a w N B a basketball player who got caught with M. I dunno, find that one. Interesting, but all of that to more all of that, to more all of that and more, uh, on today's show. So stick around, I appreciate you so much. And if you're wondering if you're watching this, why I have this white little, I don't know, eye patch over my eye today, I look like a mix of Nellie and Rocky Balboa. Um,  I will, I'm happy to tell you, so stick around and we'll talk about that too. Um, welcome to the Revolut. Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. 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, let's get. Into it. All right. So the very first thing that we're gonna discuss today, oh, I have a couple other topics, uh, that are gonna be discussed today, including Kamala Harris's conversation about her, uh, blue suit  and so hilarious. Um, so we'll, we'll also discuss that. All right. Um, so thank you again so much for listening. 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Um, so I posted the video to basically just reading some of the information about that reading, um, some of the texts which were not graphic whatsoever, um, and somehow managed to get myself banned for putting negative connotations around a pedo. Hmm. So right now I have very little platforms, if any, to get the word out and I need you guys to help me out. All right. What I need you to do is if you do see my stuff on Instagram, or if you don't see my stuff on Instagram, go ahead over to my Instagram. You can search it right at the top of the Instagram search bar. And you need to put in the full name. It's red pill. Revolt is the username you have to put in the full thing. They will shadow ban me until you put it in and press the enter button. And then you will see my account with more than 49,000 followers on there, but you can't see it until you press the whole damn thing in there. You'll probably even see my backup before you even see that, which just has two Ts. Um, but head over there. And it, it would really, I mean, the only, literally the only way I have right now to get the word out on these things, to speak, you know, up in these times of craziness, where somebody gets shadow banned for discussing a president's son, who's being accused of being inappropriate with his family young. Underage family members. I get censored for that, right? So I need you guys to help me out, share my stuff, post it on your story. You know, re-share my videos. Um, you know, do whatever you can to help me get the word out about this. I would appreciate it more than you'd ever know. You know, this is something that I would love, love, love to do as my full-time career. And I was looking to do that by the end of this year and on the trajectory that I was on. And just a few months into this, um, was absolutely doable. I got like 50,000 followers in my first five months, and then that got shadow banned into oblivion by Instagram and it killed all of my traction, killed all of my growth. I've literally lost. 3% of my followers have gained zero. Um, over the last 90 days, um, going on five months now, since that happened. So, um, again, just a few ways that you can help me out if you head over to that page, hit the notification button at the top, right. You can hit the three little, um, three little dots at the top, right. And, uh, turn on your notifications for the red pill revolt, uh, Instagram page. And that would mean a lot to me. Um, and just share my shit. I appreciate it. Like I said, but the very first thing that we're gonna jump into today is going to be Elon Musk denying his affair with Google co-founder Serge Brin's wife. Okay. So Elon Musk denying his affair with the Google co-founder's wife. Um, and we'll discuss this because it, it seems to be like, you know, Elon Musk is shouting disinformation  whereas the Google executive, I'm pretty sure basically. Divorced his wife over this. So if Elon Musk is just, you know, or if they're going after Elon Musk, this guy's pretty committed to doing so by divorcing, like actually legitimately divorcing his wife over this , but it goes on to say that TE's, uh, Tesla boss, Elon Musk has denied having an affair with Nicole Shanahan, the wife of Google co-founder Serge Brin must comments came after the wall street journal reported that his friendship with Mr. Brin had ended over the alleged affair, replying to a link to the story posted on Twitter. Must refer to the report as total BS. Musk went on to say that he is still friends with Mr. Brin and that they were at a party together last night. Hmm.  citing people familiar with the matter the wall street journal said that Musk has, was engaged in a brief affair last year with Ms. Shaham. This prompted Mr. Brin to file for divorce earlier this year, over this and ended the long friendship between the two high profile technology billionaires. The paper also went on to say, but must tweet it. I've only seen Nicole twice in three years, both times with many people around and nothing romantic. His tweet said verbatim. Um, this is total BS, Serge, and I are friends. And we're at a party together last night. I've seen Nicole twice in three years, both times with many other people around, nothing romantic at the time of the alleged affair in December Mr. Brennan and his wife were separated, but still living together. The wall street journal said citing a person close to miss Shanahan. Then cite them. What, in this separate tweet, Mr. Musk said the wall street journal has run so many BS, hit pieces on me in Tesla. I've lost count even though they have PR uh, even though they have a prenuptial agreement, Mr. BN and miss Shaham are currently negotiating a divorce settlement, which could be as much as $1 billion. uh, Mrs. Shanahan is a California based attorney and founder of legal technology company, clear access IP and the bio echo foundation. Uh, according to her LinkedIn profile, the BA echo foundation is a philanthropy organization that promotes reproductive, longevity, inequality, criminal justice reform, and a healthy livable planet. Wow. That is the most vague thing ever. Sounds like money laundering to me.  Mr. Musk, who is also the boss of rocket firm. SpaceX is also known for how he operates his many companies, but is also attracted press interest in his private life. Um, So this goes on to show a few other recent articles put out about Musk just in the last three months. And it does seem like there's been several, several hit pieces on Elon Musk over the last 90 days or so leading up to the Twitter buyout. All right. So let's just read through some of these articles, which says that, uh, let's just read on down. What are the Elon Musk headers from this? Uh, the, the news company that I'm looking at here is BBC. All right. The, the first one is Twitter spent 33,000,003 months on must deal. Tesla sells most of its Bitcoin holdings. That was six days ago. Twitter must dispute heading for October trial, Twitter, sus Elon Musk, over 44 billion takeover deal. None of those are hip pieces must became father of twins. Last year. Elon must daughter cut ties with her father and Elon must deny sexual misconduct allegations. That was all the way back in may. So. Who knows. I could see Elon being a sneaky little bastard, especially knowing that he was in some type of sexual engagement with Amber herd. If you're willing to do anything with that bat shit crazy lady, then you're probably not above, you know, banging your buddy's wife. so it is a strong potential that this has actually happened in my opinion. Um, but you. Nothing, nothing, uh, nothing, uh, coming out yet. That gives us one way or another, besides a close, confident informant. Like they, you know, alluded to on there. Uh, but I found that to be interesting. Elon Musk out there doing the dirty, dirty deeds against his own friends, uh, wives  now, um, I guess we'll have to see what comes of that. If there is any further tweets, um, but time will tell, uh, who knows. Um, I think Elon Musk is probably, and she's getting a billion dollars, right? If she goes from being with Elon Musk to this Google executive or from this Google executive to Elon Musk, and you get a billion dollars while cheating on your husband and screwing, you know, the world's most rich man  I think, I think you're doing well. Um, so this sounds like a lose lose for both of the men and a win-win for Mrs. Shanahan. Or miss Shanahan now to clarify,  no longer misses. Um, but sounds like she won right. Elon Musk lost as in this hip story, although maybe he did get some late night shenanigans with the Google co-founder his wife. Um, and the Google co-founder seems to be the loser loser here because he both got cheated on and will lose a billion dollars as a result. all right. Now the very next thing that we are going to discuss is going to be Jim Harbaugh. Saying that he is willing to raise his players' babies instead of them getting an abortion. All right, now it says that, uh, Jim Harbaugh is fiercely against abortion, says that he'd be willing to raise the baby of any of his university of Michigan football players. If they had an unplanned pregnancy and the couple decided to have the baby, he went on to say that I've told them the same thing. I tell my kids, boys, the girls, same thing. I tell our players and our staff members. He said that on Saturday, I encourage them to have a pregnancy that wasn't planned to go through with it, go through with it. He told ESPN, let that unborn child be born. And if at the time you don't feel like you can care for it. You don't have the means. Wherewithal then Sarah and I will take the baby. He said the Wolverines head coach who signed a $36.7 million extension in February was the key note speaker at a recent right to life event. Hmm. Interesting. I didn't know that about him. Um, I don't happen to be a university of Michigan fan, uh, but a, you know, one of their rivals fans  um, however, uh, I would say that he just went up in my book, right. To know that he's actually at, out, out there, um, you know, boots on the ground and pushing for some of his beliefs, including, you know, not, uh, AB boarding slash killing potential human life during the abortion speech, 58 year old Harba spoke and about having the courage to let the unborn be born as for why he chose to speak out about the controversial topic. Jim says, while it may be difficult, it's an incredibly important issue for America.  um, now it goes on to say, uh, another quote from him, which is just, I just think the issue of life. I think, I just think this issue of life save the, a life. The abortion issue is one that is so big that it needs to be talked about. It's a life or death type of issue. And I believe in and respect people's views, but let them discuss it because there's a passion on both sides of the issue. This is on the backs of the row verse Wade decision to be overturned now, um, good on har for doing this right? I would. Absolutely. I love that. I love that, right. That this man is so willing in. So in his own beliefs about this, that he's willing to take on the responsibility, right. Even of his staff members, not just his own children, not of, you know, his, just his players, which is a pretty audacious, uh, position to hold to begin with. I don't know if that word applies there  but, but then all, not only that, but your staff members too. So good on Harba for speaking out, speaking up, going to these rallies, um, being a keynote speaker at them, um, just looking through some of the pictures of this conversation that he had here, uh, posted by Detroit Catholic, um, in Plymouth, Michigan in the recent speech. Um, but. Very cool. I love that. I think that's so awesome and, and good on him. You know, I think there's a, a longer conversation to be had. We've had this conversation several times since then, but, you know, as my position is held, you know, there's definitely some options. One of those options is adoption, right. Or, you know, worst case scenario, foster care. But I don't think if you interviewed any child ever who's ever been birthed ever after not being aborted by their mother and being given up to foster care or via adoption that any of them ever would say that they would rather be dead. Just my opinion. Um, but good on him. I think that's awesome. You know, there's very little positive headlines being pushed out there today and I'm sure 100% positive that he's going to catch a bunch of shit for this. Um, and he knew that going into it full well. Right. He knew that, but he decided to do that anyways, which I think is just awesome. All right. Um, so one of the next things we're gonna discuss here is going to be the name of the world's very first heat wave  right now. But before I do that, I need you to do one thing for me, head over right now to red pill, revolution dot sub stack.com. All right. 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Um, the name of the, the world's very first named heat wave and the name is Zo Zo. How anti climactic and they started at Z , so, Hmm. Interesting. Uh, so it says blistering temperatures ranked as a category three, the most severe tier in Seville's Spain's new heat wave system. Um, the world's first named heat wave hits Seville Spain this week, pushing temperatures past 110 degrees Fahrenheit and earning the most severe tier in the city's new heat wave rink, new heat wave ranking system. Interesting how new this is. Oh, and they're also gonna call it zoo, which has brought scorching temperatures to the Southern part of the country for the last few days, particularly in the region of Vania where Seville is located when in the evenings, the Spanish meteorologist service recorded temperatures that hovered above the mid eighties in some areas and extra stress on the human body, which relies on cooler nights to recover from high daytime. uh, so this is all just telling you, like there was a recent video that came out from, I think it might have been project Veritas, but it basically, um, caught a CNN executive basically saying that the climate crisis is now going to be the new COVID push that they had. Right. So they they're over the pandemic. The death numbers are off the side of it. Right. And now the new way that they're going to instill fear in you gets you to lock down your businesses, take away your rights is going to be through the climate crisis. And now we know it because CNN's executive just said it literally from his mouth while being schmoozed on a date that wasn't really a date. I find that to be one of the most hilarious parts of the project Veritas stuff is like, not only did you get leaked saying some shit that you probably shouldn't say, not only are you going to probably lose your job for doing so and get ridiculed by everybody you've ever known in your professional career, but you also now know that that probably pretty hot girl that you thought you were going on. A date with that was super into you was full of shit. And just having a conversation with you. So she could steal information from you. Like literally like some cagey B spy stuff going on here in, uh, I believe it was project Verto it looked like a project Veritas video. Um, I don't know of anybody else who's been doing stuff like that. So it, it likely has to be, uh, but.  it says that the, the, uh, the worst of the heat is expected to begin tapering off today. It was poised, uh, as it a, it posed a significant risk to human health while last day, according to ProMED Seville. Yeah. Who cares this big, big push by all the mainstream medias. I've talked about it several times over the last several weeks, every new article, the hu thousands of healthy people will die in the UK, right. Or wherever it was Europe. Um, all of these articles coming out now, CNN coming out and saying that they are literally going to instill fear in you through this. And then they come out with a naming system. For a heat wave. Like they've never done in the history of humans ever. And not only that, but they were dumb enough to start it at Z So we'll see where that goes. But I, I really do think this is exactly what's happening is they're going to push for a climate lockdown 100%. Right? Everybody knows C's over. Everybody knows besides maybe Fauci, who wants to still try and push fear in you because he's so irrelevant at this point. And nobody cares what he says, but this is their new way of trying to instill fear. This is their new way of trying to instill totalitarianism. This is their new way of trying to take away your jobs and your. It's just what's gonna happen. And there's, this is like the scariest part about all of this for me is there's like, literally nothing we can do. There's not like, I don't know what, what we can do. Like protests, maybe like get, gather and get in front of these people. I guess that's the, the OG way of doing it. Right. We gotta get, there's gotta be some type of organization. That's going to put these things together because there's not even a whisper of these things happening right now. Not even a whisper of anybody at all in the United States of America, pushing back against this totalitarianism over the last several years, right there. Wasn't like even the trucker rally that was supposed to go on, like just drifted off into the winds. Like nothing happened. Nobody heard about it. Nobody talked about it. It didn't help with any change at all. Right. So on the backs of all of this climate crisis, all of this food shortage crisis, which is basically just bill gates in China, buying up all of the farmland in the United States so that they can force you to shove bugs in your mouth. Like Nicole Kidman. If you saw that video, you, if you haven't seen it, you gotta go watch it. Nicole Kidman, basically. Uh, what does she say? Like 50% of the world are some stupid statistic that she gives eats bugs. Mm. And then she has like a four different types of bugs that she eats. It's like this gross, gross mixture of Hollywood and global elites pushing their like next wave of societal shifts that they're gonna profit trillions off of. And then, and I think that's an interesting point too, is like, that's the way that when you have billions, when you have hundreds of billions of dollars, you know how you get trillions, you make societal human systemic shift.  right. Like shifting everybody from eating meat, to eating beyond meat, shifting everybody from focusing on, uh, good whole sourced beef to crickets and meal worms and all of this grossness. Right. It's like, what they've done is they've found ways over the years to take a whole way of human beings, operating systems and shifting it in a direction of something that's profitable for them. Right? Like we saw it with the pandemic, with the vaccine. We saw it with like this hyper inflated sense of fear that they instilled in people to do. So, um, you know, here's an example of, of, you know, just the, the beyond me is such a good example of it. Bill gates, trying to ma basically shift the whole world from eating literally what was put on this planet for us. To consume just like every human ever has consumed forever. It's not like cow farts. All of a sudden are tearing down the ozone. Like cows have been around for a very long time. Right. They're not just now, you know, pooping enough to, to blow up the world. Right. It's it's so stupid. And so you see them make these huge societal shifts, right? These huge, you. Concerted efforts to instill fear in the human psyche enough to make you want to spend your money and holy shift over to something new. And here's an example that I've used before. It's like if bill gates decided that he wanted to take a 500 billion and turn it into $5 trillion, what he could do is he would go and he would lobby and he would push through all of the mainstream media. That water is now toxic. The water you drink is bad for you. You should stop drinking it because if you continue doing so, you're going to die, everybody's gonna do going to die. And if you don't stop drinking it, your neighbor's gonna hate you. Your friends are gonna hate you. You're gonna be the most hated person in the world. Cuz you're contributing to all these people in the world who are now dying because they're drinking water. And then after pushing that message for so long, he decides to lobby against all these politicians who are now going to. Gates are raid, right? The brand new water. That's better than the old water. It's like Gatorade, but better. Right? And he's gonna in, he's gonna lobby through all the higher up governmental societal positions and he's going to pay them off. Like I said, 500 billion gets you pretty far with politicians, pay off all these politicians, right. Pay 'em off. And now eventually you're gonna get these infrastructure bills that are gonna be passed to put in new pipings for gates raid, right? Bill gates, Gatorade  that is taking over water. And then eventually every single person in society is going to point their grubby little finger at you for drinking water. And now gates took that 500 billion and turned it into 5 trillion because now nobody's drinking water and they're all drinking gates, array . And if bill gates steals that name from me, he owes me some damn royalties, cuz that would, or my idea if he steals my idea or. My name, he has to pay me royalties, calling it right now. All right, because that's a pretty damn evil plan that I just outlaid for him and a pretty damn good marketing name  for doing so, uh, definitely better than beyond meat, right? It's like, I've seen all of these like vegan, vegetarian people like shoving their BS meat down your throat. Like if you're gonna be a vegetarian, great. If you're gonna be a carnivore diet, great. Anything is better than the standard American diet. Literally anything is better than the standard American diet, but don't try and tell me that eating meat is horrible for you. And the reason that people die don't try and tell me that eating too many vegetables is that no, it's the standard of American diet is the enemy, which by the way, was pushed on you by the government, right? Anyways, just a side tangent that this is what they do. They're going to cause these big societal shifts like climate change, like vaccination, like COVID like lockdowns, like, uh, gates array, right beyond me, all of these things that they're gonna eventually try to make these huge societal shifts to turn billions into trillions. And this is how they're doing it. They're gonna start with the mainstream media pushing these scarce scare tactics on you. Right? They're gonna start putting up counters for all the people who died from heat shock. And then what they're gonna do is just the literal the same exact playbook of COVID is just gonna be implemented for climate crisis climate. right. The heat waves everybody's dying. And then it's gonna be the, you know, the ice age and all of this crazy fear and stilling stuff then comes the societal shifts. Right? Then they're gonna start pushing and pumping money, which they're already doing into the governmental structures to try and make you stop driving a gas vehicle. They're going to try to make you stop eating meat. They're going to try to make you stop heating your home with gas. Like all of these things are gonna go away and now they're gonna shift you, even though they didn't need to. They're gonna shift society from one thing to the next, so that they can take an entire industry and plop it back into their wallet and profit trillions off of something that is likely a complete bullshit facade. Like we saw with the pumping up of numbers of COVID with the ages or the death certificates being shifted at the last minute, like the, you know, the, the literally murdering people like mass murder of people by shoving REM VIR down their throat and not giving them access to ivermectin or to, you know, any of the other holistic, you know, monoclonal antibodies, all of these things that were proven to help that they did not allow, right. Just like, they're not going to allow you to, they're gonna cause these big shifts, they're gonna buy up all the farmland and they're not going to allow you. They're gonna cause these like scarcity and meat. And eventually they're hoping that everybody goes to either eat beyond meat, which is a 45 ingredient, chemical bullshit or meal worms like Nicole Kidman. Right. I wonder how much they paid her for that.  I'm sure it was a fair, fair amount of money to eat bugs, right? If you're Nicole Kidman, are you eating bugs? No, unless you're getting paid a shit ton of money, which I'm sure she was. Now, the next thing that we're going to discuss here is going to be the deal that is going down, that the Biden administration is willing to trade a convicted Russian arms dealer for a w N B player who got caught with a marijuana cartridge. Hmm, that to me doesn't seem like a fair trade  I don't know. Um, so I find this to be interesting. Let's read this article. It says that the Biden administration has offered to exchange a convicted Russian arms trafficker in order to secure the release of two Americans in Russian custody. After two months of debate, w N B a player Brittany Griner and former us Marine, Paul Whelan may be freed. If the us offers to release Victor bout, it says that bout is star a starving bout is starving a 25 year prison sentence. That probably should be serving. Who am I reading this from the sun? Yeah, not the, I don't know, decently legitimate kind of sensationalist, but, um, I don't think they're starving a 25 year prison sentence. The sun, if you need an editor, gimme a shout.  Austin at red pill, revolution.co happy to help bout is serving a 25 year prison sentence in the states after being convicted by a federal court in 2011, for conspiracy to kill us citizens and officials. And we're trading that for a w N B player who got caught with weed, we put substantial, substantial, a substantial proposition on the table weeks ago to facilitate the release that secretary of state Anthony blink, blink added that he plans to speak with Russian foreign minister Serge Lara to bring up the proposal. It will be the first time the two have spoken since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in late February, Wayland has been held by Russia for a legend espionage since 2018. Russian authorities said Whelan had confidential documents in his hotel room while he was visiting the country to attend his Fred's wedding and was given a 16 year. Well, in a sense, claimed his arrest was a political stunt, according to ABC news. And he said, the guards call me tourist. He spent 18 months in detention and spent a waiting trial and said that when he was first arrested, he didn't believe it was even happening. How was this a fair sentence? How was this a fair trade at all? Like, I don't know. I stopped playing Pokemon a long time ago, but I know if bullshit trade, when I see one  we're trading, a convicted Russian arms dealer who is allegedly conspiring to kill Americans for a w N B a player who took weed into the country, doesn't seem all that fair to me. Now, if you go back during Trump's presidency, he I'm pretty sure it was, uh, like little Duval or something. Right. I'm pretty sure. Uh, he got him released with like literally no. Oh, wait. No, that's that? Not Lil Duval. Lil Duval is a comedian that was recently airlifted to a hospital after a car crash. Um, I don't remember who it was, but Trump basically released a rapper without any negotiations like this without any trades. He just basically said, Hey, that's mine. Give it back.  and they were like, uh, okay, fine. Right. We're not gonna mess with Donald Trump. What kind of deal is this, what kind of no negotiations is that maybe you should start a little bit lower than murderous Russian arms dealer for w N B a player who smokes weed. That's I don't see the, and on top of that, they threw somebody else in there. Like it wasn't enough, right? Like, oh, I, no, nevermind. That's wrong. They, they did two for one the opposite way. Okay. So maybe that's better  than what I was thinking. Um, but obviously this isn't a fair trade. It it's crazy to me. Now, now the most crazy, the most ridiculous part about this is that we are literally negotiating with Russia to release somebody for somebody who we know 100% violated their laws and is rightfully being IM prisons. For something that we currently have people sitting in jail in the United States for today is, is Joe Biden going to start trading? I don't know, German scientists from the Nazi regime to release, you know, people who are currently in marijuana, in jail for marijuana right now, probably not how many people are sitting in jail right now for marijuana charges in the United States. And we're literally negotiating with Russia with a murderous arms dealer to get one individual out as a publicity son, publicity stunt. This is 100% of publicity stunt, right. They're just trying to show that they can negotiate. Right. And I would be surprised if at this point, Putin does anything. Why would he care to get this arms dealer back, especially when you can shove it down the United States throat and go? Nope. Nope. She was here head illegally. It's against the rules. Maybe don't travel with weed to Russia. Probably a bad idea, right? Even if you're a world famous w B player, maybe you should follow the rules. I don't know if there's any, I can't name a single w B player.  no, on the backs of that. You should go watch the, uh, it's actually, um, a little bit of a letdown to me, but you should go watch, um, bill burs has a special on Netflix. There's some funny parts to it. It takes a minute to get heated up, but there's definitely some good enough jokes that it's worth your time to go to go watch it. Um, a couple of them that I'll highlight for you. I won't give 'em away completely, but there's one about abortion. And he talks about how it's like the perfect analogy is like, you know, you can, I'm all for abortion. He says, but you, you can't tell me it's not killing a baby because if I'm cooking a cake and somebody comes by before that cake is done halfway through the time in the oven and throws it on the ground. And I go, Hey, what, what the hell? Why why'd you. Destroy my cake and they go, well, wasn't a cake yet. it's like, no, it would have been had you not thrown it on the ground. Right. It was a great, great bit, much better executed than I could ever do. So go watch that. Um, pretty funny, uh, but even better as Andrew SCHs, uh, recent comedy special, that's just released. I think there's probably like three days left. If you're listening to this, you probably gotta buy it in the next two days to actually listen to it. But they pulled Andrew schuls comedy special from a major distributor, like Netflix, Hulu, somebody, um, and told him he needed to edit out jokes. Andrew schuls said, screw you and bought his for like a million dollars, bought his special back from them and then released it on his own and made three and a half times the money that he would've made in the first, like four days, then he would've made from selling it to one of those streaming services. And I think this tells you where people are at on this. Like, people don't want somebody to be censored, right? People are willing to give their money up and don't want the censorship, AI fucking mark Zuckerberg algorithms to beat the human race out. Right. That's what I found to be like the most gross about this. And I could go on a whole long tangent on the censorship stuff because I'm so, so beyond frustrated with how much it's like been the lynchpin for my success, with this, um, in, in how difficult it is to do anything without it. And, and the fact that just, I could go on forever about it, but the fact that Andrew S SCHs won out against these streaming services who wanted to censor him about his own jokes. I find that to be incredible. I'm so glad that he did that. And it just proves, you know, to me that people are willing to support you. If you speak your mind and don't give in to the censorship, right. Um, So even better than bill burs is go watch Andrews schuls is special. I think it was just like, I I'm personally am definitely gonna watch it here in the next couple days and buy it. Um, so definitely, definitely put that on your list of things to watch, uh, and support somebody who is speaking their mind in a time where you get ridiculed, ostracized, and censored for doing so. Uh, so anyways, that's all I got for that portion of the shocking update. Joe Biden trading a murderous arms dealer for a w N B a player who had weed. I just, it baffles me that that is the trade. All right. So the next thing that we're gonna discuss here is going to be let's go ahead and watch this video of Kamala Harris at a recent discussion. Just basically giving the most hilarious intro of herself. Like it, it literally seems like a skit from of Michael Scott  from the office. If he was in a position of political power right now, and just didn't understand how pronouns works. So here's the clip. Let's watch it together. And then we'll just, uh, good afternoon. I wanna love these leaders are coming in to have this very important discussion, um, about some of the most pressing issues of our time. Um, I am KA LA Harris. My pronouns are she and her. I am a woman sitting at the table wearing a blue suit and, um, Oh, my God, my name is Kamala Harris. My she, my pronouns. Are she her? I am a woman sitting at a desk in a blue suit.  it's like, how ridiculous, how ridiculous are these pronoun things gonna get? Like, how far are we gonna take this to where we have to, like, you could have given me an, any number of like, first of all, you're Kamala Harris. We know who you are. Second of all, you're Kamala Harris. We know you're a woman third. Well, yeah, we know you're a woman. Third of all, we know you're wearing a blue suit. Fourth of all, we know you're sitting at a desk, like we're getting to a point now where reality has become so obscured that you have to identify the object in front of you.  because we're afraid somebody's gonna miss gender it as a chair instead of a table. Like, my name is Austin Adams. I identify as a, he him, I am a man sitting at a desk in front of a microphone with a blue shirt jeans. I have 10 fingers and my favorite color is blue. Hmm. Like how far are we gonna take this? And, and also, I don't think Kamala Harris knows how pronouns work.  like saying a pronoun does not have to do with the color of your shirt, by the way, Kamala, if you didn't know that , it's like this clown show of an organ, uh, of an administration is just every, I I've yet to see a clip yet to see a clip, a single clip of a powerful. Like, and I'm thirsty for it. Like I wish Biden and Kamala Harris would be incredible leaders. I wish the words coming out of their mouth would just run along my ears. Like the softest of silks  I wish they were bold in their speech. I wish they were confident. I wish that they said things that made people feel better in times of terrorism. Like we've seen all across our nation domestically over the last year and a half of this presidency. I wish this administration the best. And that says a lot, but because I want what's best for our country. I what's be what's best for you and your family. I want what's best for me and my family. I want what's best for our country. Despite my political beliefs, despite my beliefs about the election and how that went down, despite all of that, I want what's best for our country. And what's best for our country is when somebody is locked in for four years as the leader of our country, that they do a good job. And I have yet to hear a single speech, a single speech by either one of these individuals that was coherent, let alone powerful and impactful or comforting. And I can't tell you how frustrating that is. I'm sure you understand, right. This is, this is our country. I like, I grew up as a Patriot. I love what our country stands for. I love what our people stand for. I love what our flag stands for. I love our constitution. Like if anything, I'm a, like a constitutionalist. I believe in our constitution. I believe how it was written is how it should be.  and they're just literally trying to strip that away from us line by line with gun reform laws and censorship through third party AI algorithms. And like that's what baffles me the most about the censorship conversation and sorry that I'm going back to this again, but you're just so bothersome to me that we're being governed by AI algorithms in our speech. Our constitution was not stripped from us by some politician with votes. Our, our freedom of speech was not stripped from us by somebody that we even put into power. Our freedom of speech has been ripped away from us by mark Zuckerberg's AI, robotic algorithm. And there's nothing you can do about it. Nothing you can't, you can't even write a fucking support ticket to Facebook or TikTok and expect a response from a human, right. Like. It's so crazy that we've gotten to this point. It's so dystopian and literally every politician has dropped the conversation. There is not a single politician right now, who is vehemently going after these social media companies for censoring, all of the American societies, freedom of speech, all of the freedom of press. Like nobody watches the news anymore. Nobody watches the news. Nobody's getting a damn newspaper delivered to their house. Nobody's doing any of that way of like the, what the press was before, the way that it is now we need constitutional, like fucking little bullet points under it that now outlined that like, how is there no conversation around the fact. Where 90% of speech and news is released is also a freedom of speech platform, right? How is it that where so much of our conversations are like 90% of human interaction occurs on the social media platform, whether it's DMS, whether it's posts, whether it's Instagram posts, whether it's videos, whatever it is. Freedom of speech where people where speech lies today is in social media where the press lies today is in social media, right? Where all of the, like people don't get their news the same way that they used to. So the fact that Instagram and YouTube and Google and Facebook, and all of these grimy little dweebs sitting in Silicon valley and China, communist China right now today, determining what you can say, determining what I can say and deciding whether anybody gets to hear it at all. Right. They, it is just a, a loophole and it drives me nuts that there's not a single politician anymore. Who's even discussing this. Now a single politician is even talking about it on social media, because they're getting silence too. How the hell are these politicians? Not the ones who are speaking out against this because they're getting like, why isn't Ted Cruz? Why isn't Rand, Paul? Why isn't Ron DeSantis? Why isn't Donald Trump? Like, we're like, oh, we're gonna take our party over here. No, the speech is happening where it's happening. The reform needs to happen there. And we need to make some type of legal recourse when a company decides who gets to say what and when. Right. And we found this out recently that, you know, the FBI whistle blowers have come out and said that they are purposefully stifling, the recent release of information about hunter Biden's iCloud. Uh, league and I saw it literally with my post. I just got ripped off of TikTok for negatively talking about a pedophile. I lost my platform for saying something negative about a pedophile who happens to be the prince of the United States of America, allegedly who can do no wrong. Even when he smokes, crack has sexual relations with underage family members that all of his family talks about gives half of our country's economy away through shell companies in Ukraine. And yet I'm the one that's getting silenced for talking about it. And nobody, nobody in politics is currently making any concerted effort that I've heard of recently at all right. If you think back to like two years ago, where a year and a half ago where Ted Cruz was grilling mark Zuckerberg in front of Congress, um, like. A congressional hearing where he was like the robot with the water and all this weirdness, I don't know this, this, this censorship stuff just drives me nuts. And what drives me nuts even more is the fact that it's the conversation's done. They conceded, they are now allowing freedom of speech to be a thing of the past. Like, like anybody's buying a newspaper and you're going to legally stop them. Like they've, it's just a proxy. They're, they're stifling your freedom of speech by proxy, through AI algorithms with social media networks. The, if you don't think the FBI, the CIA, the department of justice, the Homeland security is actively in conversations with these social media platforms to stifle conversations around news stories and topics that they don't want discussed when they don't want them discussed. Like the very thing that we saw with hunter Biden's laptop initially, and what we're seeing now today with the iCloud leak round two,  and nobody's talking about it. Nobody's doing anything. No legislation or bills are, are being written to be passed about it. Nothing. And they've conceded, they, they threw their hands up and they threw in the damn towel and they've literally allowed our freedom of speech to be ripped away from us in the last two and a half, three years. And we are ideally standing by and allowing it because what are you gonna do? You gonna not use Instagram? And like, if, if you are not using Instagram to get the word out on something like this, or you're not using Instagram to promote your business, or like, what are you doing there? Cuz Instagram sucks right now. Instagram sucks right now. Like you scroll Instagram the way that they just changed everything. And it's like every other post that you have on your timeline now is either sponsored or recommended in some way. And it's all shitty content cuz they're algorithms suck, go look at your Explorer page. It's terrible. It's awful. And meanwhile, there's, they're, you know, stifling free speech about people saying negative things about pedophiles, cuz that's a going to be a protected class, just like all the other, you know, alphabet soup, transgender BS. So infuriating anyways, anyways. So the next video we're gonna watch, there's two situations that have come up recently about the shootings that have happened, both the Highland park shooting and the UAL day shooting. Um, we're gonna discuss that. And so we'll jump right into it. The Highland park shooter was indicted by the grand jury on 117 counts. All right. So one more time. The Highland park shooter indicted by a grand jury on 117 counts. The Illinois state attorney's office has announced that a grand jury has indicted July 4th, Highland park shooter on 117 separate accounts. Robert. Not gonna say his name is being charged with 21 counts of first regain murder, three counts for each child, victim killed 48 counts of attempted murder. 48 counts of aggravated battery with a firearm for each victim who was hit by a bullet or a bullet fragment. Um, in a statement, the state's attorney, Eric Reinhardt said that I want to thank law enforcement and prosecutors who pre presented evidence to the grand jury today. Our investigation continues and our victim specialists are working around the clock to support all those affected by the crime that led to 117 felony counts being filed today. And this is  just a sensationalist way of going, like, what are you gonna do with 117 counts? If five of those stick, he's going to jail for life. They're just trying to like sensationalize and get the, the public eye and spotlight off of them. After so many people are pointing it. Every literal thing that could have went wrong, went wrong. Every coward who could have been wearing a badge was wearing a badge that day. Even, you know, like the, just the grossest situation you could imagine. If you go watch the new footage, that's come out recently. It, it is just infuriating to even see like some guy literally getting hand sanitizer in the middle of a shootout where children are bleeding out in another room, five rooms away from him. And he is getting hand sanitizer, another guy on his phone, laughing, smiling about whatever he saw on his phone at the time. And there was almost 300 officers on. And, and so we'll watch this video of prime time, Alex Stein, if you know who that is, he's the guy that's been going from, uh, like school district board meetings to city council meetings, to all these things. And he is done like the raps about COVID and like all these very comical he's a comic to begin with. He's a comedian. Um, but this one ended up being a little bit different than what you would expect, uh, a little bit more serious on his part. I didn't, I, I was kind of expecting some type of comedy. I didn't know how he was gonna walk that line. Um, but he did it fairly well here and there wasn't really much, much comedy. It was pretty serious and, uh, glad that he did here. Um, so let's go ahead and watch this clip. I'm here in Uvalde, Texas at Rob elementary school, the site of the mass shooting where 19 children and two teachers died. Normally I try to bring awareness in a humorous way, but tonight I'm speaking at the local city council meeting to expose the lack of response time from the police force 372 officers. Waited 77 minutes to go in and stop Salvador Ramos. I'm here to bring attention to that so that nothing like this happens in the future. And we have police that are more courageous. Thank you, council. My name's Alex Stein. And uh, a lot of times I speak at a lot of city council meetings. And usually I like to use my platform to make people laugh, to expose a lot of the leadership problems that we have. But here today, there's nothing funny. When I drive into your city, there's a stain on this city that will never be lifted ever. It doesn't matter what you do. It doesn't matter how reactive you are. It's your lack of proactive result. We have principal Gutierrez who was fired that knew of security issues, knew of it. The principal knew of security issues and now 21 people are dead 19 students. So you can say, oh, well, it's not. It's the lack of police force. What? Let me go chip. Let me use my three minutes. We're not the school district. Listen, I understand you're not the school district, but this your city. Are you the leader of this city? Do you lead this city? You're telling me the city council is not the leaders of this city. Is that what you're telling me? Is that what you're trying to tell me, chip. So you guys don't consider yourself leaders. See, that's why it's because you don't consider yourself a leader. You don't take responsibility for your action. That's why you sit there. And that's why you are a direct reflection of these cops. They were cos it took them 77 minutes. And you're a coward. You sit there like a coward, trying to combat what I'm saying. I'm bringing awareness to your city. You still had the audacity. After 21, people died. Chief Aaron Dondo, you SWM in. I don't care that he resign. You swore him in, you do two meetings a month. Mayor MC that's 20 meetings a year can't even show up. I don't care where he is at. He should be here digitally. I don't see a screen with his face. This is 2022. We just had a pandemic. People can be at a meeting digitally and remotely, but you've all day. You can't figure it out. Because you can't protect your 21 kids and you can't run a meeting digitally because you know why he do protests too much, you know, you're guilty and you feel guilty and that's why you're yelling. That's why you're combating me. And that's why I'm here to expose you guys because we gotta hold our leadership responsible for 21 people being dead. Do you realize that? Do you know how many people I think we all know, and we're all very frustrated with it happening. I know you did not pull the trigger, but it doesn't matter. There is a set of circumstances that a domino effect happened. One domino set off stuff that a kid was able to get through an unlocked door and shoot 21 people.  that's pathetic. That's disgusting. And now this is the biggest story in the entire world. And guess what they're gonna take away. They're trying to take away the guns from 350 million people because a school couldn't lock a back door basically. And because of the response time was so disgusting. 77 minutes. I have these pictures. This is not you've bald there. I want you guys to show you this. This is somebody doing hand sanitizer. He's more worried about protecting himself from COVID than protecting the 19 children that were bleeding to death. This is a cop on his phone, smiling. There's nothing funny about 19 children bleeding to death on their cell phone saying I want my mom. And then when their mom tried to run in, what did they do? They stopped the parents from coming in the school. That's pathetic. That's disgusting. You guys should all be ashamed of yourselves and I'm going to expose this. And I know with, let me just say my last point. I know the investigation will come out and you guys will probably not get in trouble because it's not necessarily your fault, but you guys as leaders should take responsibility for this in order to be proactive instead of reactive. So no more children had to die because right after the fact, you didn't let go of a Redondo. If another school shooting would've happened, he still would've been in charge. Think about that. Thank you. Thank you guys. Oh, and if any parents wanna meet me and get any, you know, you want any attention, please contact me after the meeting. I'm Alex se, thank you. So there you have it. So prime time, Alex dying, if you don't know who that is, he's a comedian and political commentator he's been on, uh, Tucker Carlson and stuff for, he did these like funny raps and this was a bit more serious for him. You see him literally going off and the, uh, school or the city council. Now I, I don't know exactly what his point was on that. Was kind of a obscure, um, argument where he was just really frustrated and angry at them. It seems like he was mad that the, the head of the city council wasn't there. Um, and they weren't seemingly taking responsibility, you know, and that the individual that they allowed to be in the position that was there at the time made the wrong call, you know, and this is something that we're seeing come up recently is the fact that the, uh, it came out recently that the, I think it was the police chief was had, was struggling to find keys for a like 77 minutes or so until they realized that the door was unlocked. Ugh. If it's, it's so sickening to me being a parent and just, I cannot imagine the heartache. And like, if I was a, a family member or a, a father or a mother of one of those children and, and he even points out like they, the mom was trying to go in there. Trying to go in there and got stopped and like literally put in handcuffs by, by police officers for trying to do so to save her children. And there was another police officer who was there, whose wife was the teacher who got shot. And he got stopped from going in there when he was walking in there and looked at his phone. And, and she said that she got shot and texted him. And, uh, he like started to walk towards there, like halfheartedly and got stopped by the other guys who brought him back. And like just a horrific situation. Now, again, I don't know what's exactly gonna come from something like that, just that, you know, really riled up speech, but God, some, somebody has to shed a light on it and I'm glad that Alex Stein did. Um, so, you know, tho those situations to me are just, just horrific and all of the new video evidence that's come out and the like almost was a 300 police officers, or even more that were out there at the time that literally did nothing. and it seems like beating a dead horse because everybody knows it. But how do we get to that point? Where, where nothing was being done in this situation. And there wasn't a single person besides a mom who jumped a fence to go save her children. Um, just baffles me and I don't know, it, it, you try to go into like the systemic issue. And obviously it has a lot to do with mental health. It has a lot to do with SSRIs and there's all these conspiracy theories. And like speaking of that, Alex, uh, Jones is on, you know, defamation trial or something like that for the Sandy hook situation. But. You know, there's been things that have come out that have showed grooming by FBI and CIA agents, pushing for people to commit things like this in the past. And you know, this, this isn't a crazy, like the Sandy hook idea was that it was all staged and none of these kids existed. And there was a video of a dad, like smiling at the podium and getting into character. He went out and that was like defended somehow. Um, but I don't think it's that complicated. I, I think there's way too many loose ends for it to happen like that. And, and all it could have been is a kid who's super troubled and they know where these watering holes of these like misguided youths are on the dark web and on four Chan and on Reddit. And they can find them where they're at and just prod them a little bit and send them a nice little care package. And next thing you know, something like this horrific happens because we literally have yet to find a motive for these individuals doing this. It makes no sense, no sense in either of these cases, you know why this would've been done the way that it was, why they went after children, why they went after, you know, people on July 4th, like all of this horrificness is just baffling. And, uh, so again, happy to see somebody shed light on it. Happy to see somebody like get riled up because we should be, we should all be so emotionally frustrated at this point with these things happening and in the conversation just immediately being politicized into something about the weapons. Right? And we saw that with like the 22 year old, who literally shot a potential shooter at a mall, uh, last week and hit him eight times from 40 yards, which is like nuts and saved how many countless lives and how many you. News companies did not post about that. Right? That should literally be the shouting from the rooftops right now, by, by media companies that look, somebody saved these people. There's a hero, these things happen, but there's also good people out there doing good things, protecting people from these things happening again, and they didn't wanna talk about it. They didn't wanna shed light on it, right? Just literally a 10th, a hundredth of thousandth of the media coverage on somebody saving lives with a weapon, protecting the lives of children and family and friends around him and random strangers in a public area. And did it in a unbelievable fashion. If you know anything about shooting 40 yards with a Glock or whatever type of weapon he had with a pistol eight outta 10 rounds hit his target. Like. Nuts. And it was 22. Right. So obviously, you know, had some, I'd be interested to see what type of training he had there if he shot a lot or, um, but on a positive note, there are very good people out there like this young man. Who are there to protect you, who carry with them every day, a tool just in case something happens around you and you should applaud those people. You shouldn't condemn them for carrying a weapon because they wanna protect people. Right. I thought, I thought that was an interesting statistic and the way that people view it, like people who view guns as the issue on this often view themselves as the potential victim, not as the potential protector. Right. I know in these situations, if I'm ever in a situation like that, luckily I will have something around me. Most of the time, far high percentage of the time, where I would be able to protect myself and protect those around me in a situation like this. And I carry that for a reason because I know I am a protector. I know, well, I will put myself in a PO position to stop something like this from happening. And I know too that I don't wanna be in that position and not be carrying. And not have the ability to protect myself or my family or my friends or random strangers or children around. And there's people out there that are like that. And, and just applause to this young man for being one of those people who carries on him enough to have it in this situation and have trained too, not just carry it on you. Like it's a, a damn watch, but train enough to be able to utilize it in that situation effectively. Um, so on a positive note, there are heroes out there around you at any given. Willing to put down their lives and protect you and protect your family members with a weapon. And we should applaud those people. We should scream their names from the rooftops. The fact that how many people can name the Highland park shooter, the UVA shooter, and how many would never even know an ounce of information about this 22 year old man? Um, let's look up his name by the way, and give him some credit, talking about the fact that we don't bring these people up enough. Uh, let's find this man's name because he, his name should be brought up. His name should be on every news network, um, where they're talking about this, this individual. And so his name was so this reads a 22 year old man with a gun stopped in mass shooting at an Indiana mall on Sunday, saving countless lives. According to authorities, the man who fatally shot the active shooter has been identified as Elijah Dicken. Here's what we know about the young man and the shooting. So Elijah Dicken is the hero who shot down a potential mass murderer mass shooter in this mall from 40 yards away with eight, very, very accurate, accurate rounds. Using what I was correct. A nine millimeter Glock handgun. Um, Dicken started firing after only 15 seconds of the attackers. First shot. I will say this, his actions were nothing short of heroic. Greenwood police, chief Jim eon said Greenwood park mall surveillance footage captured early the entire incident. He noticed he noted Dicken engaged the gunman from quite a distance with a handgun was very proficient in that very tactically sound. As he moved to close in on the suspect, he was also motioning for people to exit behind him. A good guy with a gun. Elijah Dicken, 22 years old has been cited as the hero who saved lives when he used his concealed carry weapon to stop a mass shooter firing into a crowded food court. And these are the type of conversations that they're not having. Why? Because he carried a weapon. He protected people. He saved lives. His gun was legal. He carried it on him rightfully right with the constitutional carry that was passed in Indiana. Right. It did not fit the narrative. Right. And that's why they didn't want it being talked about because if constitutional carry was around, how many of these potential shootings would've been stopped? How many people don't carry on them because they believe that they're, they don't wanna worry about these silly little laws and going to jail for legally carrying a weapon or they're whatever their card expiring or not wanting to go to the class, whatever it is that stops people, you know, how many lives would be saved. And that's the, the, the conversation they don't want us having is there's heroes out there every single day. You. Willing to lay their lives in a line to move towards the shooter in these situations and stop them with the same thing that you're sitting here, trying to condemn and stop people from being able to carry, because one dumb ass child decides to go after people when they're gonna find a gun either way. And we found that with Shinzo Abe's assassin who assassinated, you know, him in Japan, that he had a literal two pieces of metal pipe with duct tape wrapped around it and a piece of wood and found a way to make his own makeshift weapon and killed somebody with it. So we, we don't need to eliminate guns completely from the good guys because there's more guns than there are people out there. And there's a very, very, very small percentage of sick individuals completing these, doing these crimes, but on a positive note, Elijah Dicken, you are a hero. Thank you for doing what you did and more of the mainstream media companies need to be covering this. All right. 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Biden Family Catastrophe | Joe’s Cancer & Hunters Prostitution Charges
Jul 22 2022
Biden Family Catastrophe | Joe’s Cancer & Hunters Prostitution Charges
In this week's episode, we take a DEEP DIVE into the Hunter Biden iCloud leak. We discuss his salacious text messages, shady business dealings and potential creepy situations with his underage family members. We also discuss Joe Biden admitting to the world that he has cancer in what appeared to be another rambling speech as the white house scrambled to disprove his own words. We talk about AOC pretending to be handcuffed, and Merriam Webster changing the definition of the word Women. 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!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website:     Full Transcription   Welcome to the revolution. Hello, and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening today. This is episode number 36 of the red pill revolution podcast, and we've had a very, very interesting last few days and some crazy, crazy outbreaks of new information, including what is going to end up being a deep dive today. So we're gonna have a few topics before it, but the main topic of today's discussion is going to be hunter Biden's iPhone iCloud leak. So we will get into that in detail. I don't know how long this is gonna go, but I got myself a nice bottle. Of, uh, basal Hayden here. That is absolutely, uh, just, just water in the bottle. It's not actually whiskey. So, you know, I'll go ahead and pour myself some of that water now, because this is gonna be a fun, fun episode, the deep, uh, deep dive into hunter. Biden's iCloud leak. Now, the other thing that we're gonna talk about today is Joe Biden. Speaking of the Biden family, Joe Biden today saying that he has cancer in what seemed to be another dementia ridden speech. Um, so the white house seemingly backtracking, we will discuss that as well. We're also going to touch on Miriam Webster, changing the definition of a woman in true 1984 fashion. They are now going back and changing the definition of our words and it is no surprise. The other thing we're gonna talk about is AOC faking her own arrest. I guess she actually did, uh, get arrested apparently. During a protest about Roe V Wade, but, uh, we'll discuss that more and actually watch the clip together. Uh, we're also going to discuss quickly and briefly a article that I just found to be the most ridiculous title you've ever heard, which is humanity faces a collective suicide over the climate crisis, warns the you UN chief. So this isn't like this, isn't just some random news article written by Joe Mo in his basement. This is the UN chief saying that there is a collective suicide over the climate crisis. And then on top of actually digging a deep dive into the iCloud leak from hunter Biden, we're actually going to discuss the possible federal prostitution charges that he may be facing after this leak. So all of that, and more today, I'm very excited to talk it through with you guys. Um, so without further ado, episode number 36 of the red pill revolution podcast. Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. 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. Episode number 30, six of the red pill revolution podcast. And the very first article and discussion we're gonna have today is in true 1984 fashion. Merriam Webster changes the definition of female and they do it in a very obscure way. I find it to be very interesting here. So we'll read the article first, then we'll actually look at what Miriam Webster has to say about what a female is today. Um, and then we will discuss it. So it says Miriam Webster's online dictionary has cave to the trans agenda. In order to appease woke activists, the dictionary publisher has added a secondary definition of female that defines the term as having a gender identity. That is the opposite of male. . The key term here is gender identity, which demonstrates that Miriam Webster maintains that gender is not directly connected to sex. A female is a woman trans identifying males are not female. This is an article from. National review. So I don't know where their bias lies, but it seems pretty prevalent that they're not for this . It goes on to say that this is not only a part of the definition that has changed the online edition of Miriam Webster notice, the preliminary definition of female was originally of relating to, or of being the sex that typically has the capacity to bear young or produce eggs. Hmm. That seems, you know, quite direct. And unobscured, to me, seems to make sense, right? If you can have eggs, allegedly, you are a female, but accordingly, according to Miriam Webster, that is not the case anymore. All you have to do is have a feeling in your gut, the eggs that you have, no ma no longer matter your actual ability to, uh, you know, make children and birth children. You know, you've heard all these, all these terms now it's like birthing capacity last week. Um, before that was pregnancy capable, like all these ridiculous terms that you've heard lately, So what I find to be the most interesting without diving too far into some random article from the national review, um, is gonna be the fact that they changed it from originally what it was now, the original definition was, um, let's see here, if I can pull it up for us now, there, there was a few different definitions that they changed the first one being girl. Okay. They changed the definition of what a girl is from a female child from birth to adulthood, to a person whose gender identity is female. So that's where this started. And I think that's where it's important to note is that the very first definition that they changed, when you look at the, you know, how the actual, you know, how the steps went here, the very first thing that they changed is what is a girl? Well, a girl is a person whose gender identity is female. Okay. Now, if we're talking about what the actual definition and what words mean here, now we have to go look at the next step, which is what do they define as female? Okay. And that's what we'll look at here. So they originally had female. Definition was of relating to, or being the sex that typically has the capacity to bear young or produce eggs. Okay. Makes sense. Now what they changed that to was, um, person who let's see what they changed that to was somebody who identifies as being female or the opposite of a male. Okay. So now we're playing ring around the rosy with definitions. So  we first started with what is a girl? Well, a girl is somebody who identifies as a female. Okay. What is a female? Well, a female is the opposite of a male. Okay. What is a male? Well, a male is the person who identifies as the opposite of a female. So now there literally is no definition for what actually a male or a female is. It's just a sound that we say with our mouths that has no meaning. Okay.  it seems to be, like I said, if you've read the book 1984, you know what I'm talking about? You know, what they do is they change the literal definitions of words, um, to change the way that society interacts in their language and change the way that people literally think, right? You think of, you know, double think and the, the ministry of truth and all of these things. And one of the very first things that they did is they started to change the definition of words. And now we're actually seeing this happen here in reality.  so Miriam Webster has now made the definition of a female, the opposite of a male and the definition of a male, the opposite of a female, but nowhere clearly at all, identifies what either of those terms. So they've essentially stripped humanity of the ability to, you know, identify with their own sexual organs. Like, you know, we've talked about this before, to me, it just, you know, you can be whatever you want, call yourself whatever you want, wear, whatever clothes you want, have, whatever job you want, do whatever you want to do. You know, you can have whatever reality you want to create in your own head and, you know, surround yourself with people who believe the same things, but you don't get to push those ideologies onto other people. Right. You don't get to, you know, um, you know, like go back a few years and you remember the video of like the game, uh, what was it, uh, you know, in the, uh, God, what was it? Um,  there was the story where it was like the, the I'm a maam. Like you remember the, how, the, how that, you know, whole situation went where this woman who I, I guess woman identified as a woman screamed at, at the guy behind this counter. Um, because he called him se, but she very clearly looked like a sir, you know, generally, according to societal standards in biology appeared to. In every category, a man. Um, so, you know, kind of just pushing your ideology onto other people. And that's what we're seeing here with Miriam Webster is they've literally taken away and stripped everybody of their femininity and masculinity. And I think that's like kind of the end goal here is like, if you can take away the, you know, feminine power, like if you understand that, you know, I've, I've had this conversation, you know, before, it's like if you think of, of, of women in a literal sense, and you think of like what actual superpowers they have, um, between being able to 3d organically print a human  and multiply in the world. And not only that, but the fact that a, a woman is, you know, they have their own cycle, right. You know, it's kind of a weird conversation they have, but you think about it this way. The moon has cycles, the earth has cycles. And so do women, they're literally attached to the world in a way that men are not. If you put a man in a closed room with four walls and no windows, he will not be able to tell. When the months go by, a woman will be able to, her body does not need sunlight to know when the month changes. It, it it's quite crazy. So sorry, Miriam Webster, you don't get to change what a woman is. A woman is still and has always been and will continue to be somebody with a capacity to produce eggs and bear children. Sorry. That's just the way it goes. All right. Now the next topic that we're going to discuss here is going to be AOC fakes, being handcuffed after an arrest at an abortion rights protest. And we'll actually watch the video here. Cause I find that quite comical now AOC has had a tendency of doing this, you know, between faking the fact that she was like, literally about to be murdered on January 6th, hiding under a desk. When she was, you know, there was all this talk about, you know, she was actually had people around her who, um, you know, wanted to do her harm. And then little did we find out that there was no harm even close to her, but she said she was about to be like murdered on January 6th. She seems to like, to like incite these things. And then if you go back a little, even further than that, she like took pictures in front of an ice facility. Like, um, and now she's pretending to get arrested. Like you can actually do, like, you can get handcuffed, like do something deserve to deserve being handcuffed and they will handcuff you. You don't have to go to these links to like. Um, so we'll actually watch the video here, but we'll well, before we do that, we'll go ahead and read through this article, which says that, um, AOC was roundly mocked on social media Tuesday after she put her arms around, behind her back to imitate being handcuffed, following her arrest at a pro-abortion demonstration outside the Supreme court, the Bronx and Queens democratic lawmaker was gently escorted the way by a capital police officer, along with fellow. City representative Caroline Maloney, after blocking traffic outside the court building AOC, it kept up the charade of being restrained for a few steps before raising her fist to supporters watching from the sidewalk. Now she's literally just doing this. So the, the three, four photographers that she sees, like up in her grill, get the shot that they're looking for and she gets to post it on her social media. Right. I've talked about this before. It's literally click bait politics, right? That's all they're trying to do is get likes on social media and try to be famous. Try to be famous on Instagram and famous on TikTok by these videos of them, pretending to get arrested with her arms behind your back, like AOC, if you wanna get arrested, get arrested. it's not that hard. Right. And you know, apparently they did actually get arrested, but never were actually, you know, in jail or anything like that. Of course. Right. Um, so let's go ahead and watch the video. I find it to be quite comical and I think that you will too. So she has her arms behind her back until the photographers get their shot. And then two steps after that she raises her fist like she's Martin Luther king for pretending to get arrested at a pro-abortion rally  you can get arrested. It's really not that difficult. Right. You can actually be put in handcuffs if you want to be, if be about it. Right. Um, so AOC as always, you are a clown. And, uh, maybe, um, if you actually did your job, instead of just looking to get likes on social media, people would like you. But I don't see that happening in the near future. All right. Um, now the very next article, which I'm just gonna touch on for a second here. I really don't see it being worth our time to, to, you know, sit and harp on this, but I just found this title to be very interesting to me. Now, the UN chief warns that humanity faces a collective suicide over climate crisis. Now we've been seeing this conversation ramp up this week, like crazy. Like I've never seen so many articles being shoved down my throat, as I've seen this last week, over the climate crisis right now, it, before it was climate change. And then it was global warming. And then it was, you know, what was it with Al gore, something about, you know, the, the next ice age is coming like, and now all of a sudden it's a collective suicide. Like I think that's probably a little disingenuous to say the least. And if nothing else, it's probably a little, um, You know, it, it, it's probably a little bit more than disingenuous to the actual word suicide because you know what you're doing there, right? There's actually people who commit suicide now, I'm not gonna be soft enough to believe that he actually meant that that way.  but just to point out the fact that maybe we shouldn't use the word suicide, unless it's actually applicable. And in this case, it's obviously not right. We saw the heat waves in Spain and Europe, uh, temperatures above a hundred degrees, right. It was like 40 degrees Celsius, 104 degrees Fahrenheit in the, um, in Europe today or yesterday. And they were freaking out about it saying how all these young, healthy people are going to die. Um, And in reality, you know, Arizona's 112 degrees the same day and nobody's dying. Afghanistan's like 175 degrees in the middle of the night and nobody's dying just because of the heat, especially healthy individuals. Right. Um, and I saw some people saying like, oh well, but they have, we have air conditioning here. And their houses are meant to keep heat in. Okay. Air conditioning was invented in 1851. We have been here as a species homo sapiens for 200,000 plus years and probably a lot more than that. And we did that without air conditioning. They literally built the fucking pyramids without air conditioning.  and yet you're gonna say that these random healthy CrossFitter Europeans are just gonna die because it's a hundred degrees out. Like, eh, I think you'll be all right. All right. So I do just think it's interesting. And this comes on the back of Biden saying that he's going to issue a climate emergency or something like that, which basically is, um, you know, uh, just a deeper way of saying he's gonna under more Mon money to his buddies who put him in office and, you know, kind of control everything that he's doing anyways. Um, so, you know, we'll see what happens now, if he does do that, I wonder what gas is gonna be. You know, one can only imagine now, speaking of Joe Biden, Joe Biden today says that he has cancer. Thanks to the oil industry. Now the white house goes on to say that it was skin cancer years ago, but that is not what Biden said. So let's go ahead and watch the clip. Then we will read this article and then we will discuss it. Here we go. It drove us. And rather than us able to walk and guess what? The first frost you knew what was happening. You had to put on your windshield wipers to get literally the oil slick off the window. That's why I, and so damn many other people, I grew up have cancer and why I can't for the longest time. So he says something about an oil slick, and you had to use your windshield wipers to get rid of the oil. And that's why I, and that's not why I did. That's not why I had, that's why I, and so many others have cancer. That's what your president of the United States just said today. Now I can't imagine what the actual administrative office of our government is thinking right now. Watching the most powerful man in the world say that he in a dementia ridden, you know, speech like everyone that he ever gives, you know, and again, this is like, it's hard to have sympathy for the man when he's literally shoveling our country's grave. As we speak by peddling every single tax dollar that you've ever given and given in your entire life to Ukraine, just so that he can, you know, make the money back to Barisma through hunter Biden, which we're gonna find a little bit about more here when we go through all these text messages and iCloud situation. Um, but let's read through this article. It says that president Biden said Wednesday that he has cancer. Forcing the white house to have a press conference to quickly clarify you mean lie on his behalf, cuz he said something that you didn't want him to say.  that he was referring to skin cancer treatment that he had before taking office last year, there were micro initially appeared to be a stunning CA stunningly casual health announcement during a speech about global warming. And this is like, when you think of the president of the United States, they literally don't flush his shit on air force one because they're afraid of people like finding his poop and like figuring out the medical situation that he's in. Right. So then he literally goes on to TV. I don't know what this is. If you're looking, I did like a robot  he goes on to TV and just casually announces that he has cancer talking about the climate crisis. It's uh, goes on to say, that's why I, and so many damn or that's why I, and so damn many other people I grew up with have cancer. And why for the longest time Delaware had the highest cancer rate in the nation. Well, I'd like to see that compared to your soldiers, because the actual amount of U United States, military members and veterans that have cancer as a result of burn pits, agent orange, uh, asbestos, um, P OAS on air force bases that are the result of like leaking fluids at, uh, you know, um, you know, if you don't know this, it's like there's a documentary called the devil, you know, I think is the name of it. And it's a whole documentary about 3m and it talks about the, uh, basically when, you know, we had a situation happen in my air force base when I was there. Uh, where, if there's. A jet fuel fire. Like if one of our aircraft lit on fire in a hanger, they had this foam that would basically cover up the entirety of the hanger in like 30 seconds. And it would stop the, the fire from happening. But what they didn't tell you is that when it did that, it also leaked into all your water supplies and caused high, high levels of cancer rates and all of our veterans on us air force bases. And if there's a tracking website that you can go to where you can actually look and see the maps, like a heat map of where there's high levels of P OAS in the water. And, uh, literally every single red mark on the map is an actual air force base. It's unbelievable. Um, so it's gonna be really, you know, quite terrifying to see down the road, how many people in the air force actually end up with cancer, um, terrify.  anyways, side note. You should look at the documentary cuz it's crazy. Um, it goes on to say it's unclear. Why Biden chose to use the present verb tense to describe his experience with cancer? Well, you can't even say that he's an idiot and can't speak a full sentence or has dementia or, you know, you, you have to say it's unclear. Like, no there's either one of two options either. He has cancer.  and you don't wanna talk about it or B he has dementia. That's a and B there's no C here. That's the only options here. But you decided to say it's unclear. Yeah. Okay. um, Greg prince of X strategies, LLC tweeted. He said I have cancer in the present. You absolute dip shits  I love, I love how they quoted him there. Like it was a, just a beautifully articulated tweet about our president, um, anarchist author, Michael malice. Meanwhile joke. Don't worry about Joe Biden, having cancer. He is married to a doctor oh, the doctor Jill Biden thing just kills me. Um, it refers to the fact that, uh, first lady Jill Biden uses the honorific doctor to note her 2007 doctorate in education. Hmm. It goes on to say that skin cancer is extremely common, especially among older adults who didn't wear sunscreen in their youth and generally isn't life threatening. Okay. Who cares? All right. Moving on to the thing that we all want to discuss here. Is hunter Biden facing possible federal prosecution for prostitution charges after new documents are released. Now we'll go ahead and watch this video. Um, the video that we're watching is coming from ABC 33 40. I don't know if that's an actual yeah, it looks like it's an actual ABC news. Uh, good on them for actually posting this. Um, so let's go ahead and watch this video where it discusses the actual prosecution chart or the, the prostitution charges. And then we will discuss it a little bit. And then we are going to do a deep dive into everything about this iCloud leak, every single article, every single topic, all the disgusting pictures, which we won't show, um, cuz they're terrifyingly gross. And so is hunter Biden. Um, all of the drug use all of the shady shady business deals that hunter Biden was involved in. Um, but first let's go ahead and watch this video and then we'll discuss. 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After a new document is less leased released. Hmm. And here we go. The secret service now saying they are aware of a potential hack in a hunter Bidens iCloud account, some alleged content already posted online. The hack still UN unconfirmed suspicions. Now arising that Google was censoring search engine results. As hunter Biden related news broke Monday, multiple users posting photos on Twitter of fruitless searches. The daily mail reporting hunter Biden may Face's federal prostitution charges for bringing three escorts from Boston to New York for a fun night. That may actually classify as a, not so fun. Federal offense, transporting prostitutes across state lines. Hunters escorts often have ties to Russia timelines show. He would pay for these services after receiving large money wires from his dad. No evidence shows Biden knew how hunter spent that money. Another controversy emerging involving the president, his son, and the sale of nearly a million barrels from the American strategic petroleum reserve to China, literally giving away our emergency supply. And we're not seeing the gain from that. A private equity firm previously tied to hunter Biden has a $1.7 billion stake in the Chinese state owned company. Biden sold oil to is another example of how bad things really smell with all the issues around hunter Biden. How hunter Biden got high up positions in these companies, still unclear critics, arguing his connections had more value than his talent. I think the American people deserve the truth on this because Joe Biden is certainly compromised. DOJ, still assessing if they. All right. So that sounds like they're going a little bit more in detail than I want. But basically what this says is that the secret service confirmed Monday, that they are aware of a potential hack, a potential hack. Yeah, absolutely. Is his hack. You can tell by his grimy little hands, all over a crack pipe, you know, and, and, you know, stroking the hair of a, I don't know, didn't see that, but allegedly underage Asian women, um, or children. Uh, so it says secret service confirmed Monday that they're aware of a hack into the president's son's iCloud account. Some alleged content has already been posted online through the site. Four Chan suspicions are now arising that Google was censoring search engine results. As hunter Biden related news broke Monday, multiple users posted photos on Twitter of fruitless search. Yeah, right. Fruitless. There's a whole Reddit feed. I found very easily that shows all of this very, uh, very in depth. So, um, and again, I'll share that on the subst. So if you're listening to this right now, or you're on the live on TikTok, go ahead. Over red pill, revolution, subst stack.com. All right. Now, um, it goes on to say that, uh, hunter Biden may face federal prostitution, prostitution charges for bringing three escorts from Boston to New York for a fun night that may actually classify as a federal offense transporting prostitutes. You mean sex trafficking? That's what that is. That's not transporting prostitutes is sex trafficking, not whatever the hell they just called it. Transporting prostitutes, sex trafficking across state lines. Hunter's escorts often have ties to Russia reports indicate timelines show he would pay for these services after receiving large money wires from his dad. No evidence shows president Joe Biden knew about Hunter's. How hunter spent that money? No evidence really, because he literally sent him, like, it was like $5,000 while he's sitting there talking with a prostitute on a video or something. I don't know. Um, wild. So we'll, we'll go into that in just a minute. We'll finish reading this article though. It says another controversy emerged involving the president, his son, and the sale of a, nearly a million barrels from the American strategic oil reserve to China. And that's another part of this. So there's like really three main parts of this hunter Biden, iCloud leak, which is, you know, a, a, an in addition to the Mac release, like the, the, his, um, his, uh, laptop release that was during the presidential election. And this is like 456 gigabytes, like a ton, a ton of data. Now there's a website. I'll give you guys where you can search through every single one. Of his emails that were on there, including all of the, uh, Barisma emails, um, the Rosemont Seneca emails, which was his, uh, um, which was his company that he was a part of, that was an investment in consultant foundation company that, you know, basically just Pedald his dad's influence for money. Um, so we'll talk about all of that, um, in just a second here, but now we'll move over to basically what is a, a really good breakdown of this. Now this is through Reddit. Um, and then the title of this article was, and it was posted six days ago by Walter Oche. Um, and it's the title of this is the hunter Biden saga continues. Now he goes on to post what, um, some, you know, basic screenshots and, uh, talks about how they're talk. They're kind of trying to, you know, push a lot of this conversation away from the business dealings and more towards his like crack and prostitution usage. Um, Which eventually is tripping him up anyways with these prostitution charges. Uh, but um, this individual says I have followed the hunter Biden saga for years. Allow me to sum up and address some of the disinformation. I just hate the word disinformation. I think it's so stupid. We don't just get, like, what, how, what was the first time you heard that word? Right? Like how, how many times have you heard the word disinformation? Five years ago? Um, I dunno. I dunno. Just rubs me the wrong way. Um, I have follow, allow me to sum up and address some of the disinformation. That is a part of the modified limited hangout, modified limited hangout being run. Okay. That's. Obscure. Um, first there are three pictures that have been making the rounds that are intentional. Um, the first one is Natalie Biden with cocaine on her nose. It's not Natalie sure. It's a striking resemblance, but it's verified as being a cam girl. Um, this as being used by others to say that the data is fake, but really their argument is that is what's fake. Anyone with the data knows this picture. Isn't real Joe Biden with an Asian girl. This is actually a BDSM, uh, video from X videos that has been around for years now. I've seen this circular. I like had some people send me this and I like didn't even open the video. Cause I was afraid that it was real. And you know, I don't know. Didn't, didn't want to get caught in that, you know, crossfire of whoever's gonna, you know, be seeing exactly who's opening this, but there was a video that looked, uh, quite a bit like Joe Biden where he's has this woman like kind of like, I don't know, a little, a little too, uh, uh, crazy, but he was basically like, um, I don't know, it looked like a younger Asian girl and he was like some way assaulting her with some type of like object. I don't know, not like sexually, but like, yeah, kind of weird anyways. Um, he's saying that that was fake. And in the next one, he says, is hunter Biden with five young girls. This is not hunter Biden is hunter Biden was never, uh, sported the eight black soul patch.  that's probably the only thing that would make hunter Biden look crazier is if he did have a black soul patch  um, now it goes on to say that is hunter Biden a pedophile? Yes. He searches for underage pornography as it states here. And that's was shown by in his search results. During this, uh, iCloud leak, there was something that he searched like 12 year old girls, like. Some type of websites that he was looking for that, um, it says that he is constantly accused of being a child molester. He sleeps with Natalie Biden. Natalie Biden is, um, he sleeps with young cousin Lilly and he's engaged in grooming behavior and is likely providing drugs to underage family members. Um, now this person comes with the receipts, every single thing that they're talking about, he kind of, uh, or she, somebody, um, kind of links, a bunch of different things showing, um, his search results, right? So he was looking on X videos for 12 years old. He was in shows some of his like searches that he was looking for. Um, and then the other thing that it goes on to show that, uh, and I'll post all of these, you know, not obviously all of the data, but I'll post the actual post itself for you guys. So you can see it through the subs stack. Um, but it also goes on to show these screenshots. Now, if you don't know, I believe, um, Natalie is his younger niece. Um, Natalie is his younger niece who is underage. That is the daughter of his late brother, Bo Biden's wife, like his niece, his niece, and he's being super creepy. And it goes on to show you some even worse things about their conversations, including them meeting up in like a trader Joe's bathroom. Like you think that Joe Biden would have a classier place, um, but pretty, pretty wild stuff. Now I have a thing here where I would love to just contact every single trader Joe's within 25 miles of where they live and try and because there's literal timestamps, this was on, you know, the, the actual conversations that they're having here was October 8th, 2018, so four years ago. Um, and I'll read the conversations for you. Um, and this is coming from his underage age niece. It says, I love you more than anything in the world. Are you coming home to sleep with me? Underage niece, Natalie, you are wonderful. He says aunt DIA and maybe uncle David will be there tonight. I know that David thing was just a joke, but aunt Daria is not. So I'll see you tomorrow. I guess. Call me in a few minutes, please. Um, she says, I love you. Come home, please. Where are you? Come home. Can you call me please? DIA, just left. So you are the person watching us. What does that mean? You are the person watching us. That's creepy. Um, I love you so much, uncle. I fully understand why you are mad at me. You are the re the adult said I'll never, uh, I'll never be over in a bit or I'll be over in a bit. I love you, Natalie. Can we please just have a little faith and compassion in and for each other right now and you're right. I am the adult and I need to take responsibility for myself and for my connection with you no more playing the cop or the guardian angel, no more playing the role you think your daddy played. I failed you in that way. I can only take responsibility for myself. That is like, even if you're not being creepy, that's a creepy, weird conversation for you to be having with your knees. Super weird and creepy. Um, then there shows a, another screenshot of him saying, you know, in the conversation with somebody, like, it seems like a prostitute, uh, or a, you know, what do they call the woman? The Madam saying that your child bride is having a tough year. So that was another conversation that was had, um, even shows him like writing a rap  hunter Biden wrote a rap. All right. You want to hear hunter Biden's rap? Um, it's called lolli girl lolly girl. Okay. Um, which is telling, because it talks about toes  and a lot of hunter Biden's, uh, videos and stuff that was, uh, that was pushed out, showed him having some sort of weird feet fetish. I don't know. Um, lolly here's here's his rap. Okay. Lo lolly, your okay. There's explicit words here. So if they hurt your ears, you know, close 'em Lolli lolli your bi%#h on her knees sucking my toes. She a thoty popped a lot of Molly lolli lolli that thoughty has a body. She is very naughty sucking on my lolli doing lots of Molly. You are such a thoty Wow. This 50 year old man is writing raps about somebody sucking his toes I don't know how, if you're hunter Biden, you haven't like moved to a far away country to escape the embarrassment of your own actions. Um, This goes on to say that there does appear to be nudes of Natalie, which again, this is niece underage niece. Um, but his criminality doesn't stop there. I get that. People want the salacious stuff first, but keep in mind, hunter Biden participates in policy decisions that the president of the United States. So that's the important part is like, there's a lot of deflection here, like showing him smoking crack. Right. And then Joe, Biden's gonna turn that into a positive, right? Like, oh, everybody smokes crack. You know, even though there's a video that surfaced recently of him saying that, you know, even if there's, um, like fingernail size amount of crack, that you should go away to jail for a really long time. Um, but it goes on to say, uh, it goes on the show, like a lot of his, uh, emails and stuff, and even, um, some voicemails, it appears. So let's see if we can even hear this voicemail and see what it has to say here. Now, again, this is gonna be a slower episode than normal. We're gonna take a, a deep dive into this. So we're gonna kind of jump around here and have some slower conversations than usual than just, you know, Uh, one off, uh, topics here. So let's, let's see if we can actually hear this. Hey, who is dad? I'm in DC. Mom's teaching. Uh, I left, I have to go visit, uh, have a meeting. I told you about Hillary. I'll be gone. I'm in the car now heading there. Probably won't be back till one, my meeting 3, 4 30 my guess, but I left the door and the gate open to the house. If you're in DC, I love you. Let me know where you are when you get choose. Okay. So that sounds very much sounds like Joe Biden  um, uh, just appears to be a voicemail, um, goes on to show, oh, just showing that. So basically what that portion of it is just showing is that he's engaged in these policy decisions and that he's flying all around and getting voicemails from his dad about, you know, the meetings that his dad is going to and other things, uh, Now, it also shows now an individual that's been a huge part of this and including Rosemont, Seneca, a ton of the emails that were Le released, um, a ton of the shady business deals that were done. Um, it was actually the individual who helped him set up Rosemont, Seneca, so he could pedal his dad's influence. Um, there's an email here that says your dad's Delaware tax refund check came today. I am depositing it into his account and writing a check in that amount, back to you since he owes it to you, don't think I need to run it by him, but if you want to go ahead, I'm gonna give you money. And if you want to ask him if it's okay, you can do that. But I don't think you need to, if not, I will deposit it tomorrow. Now again, that's Eric swearing. Um, who is a kind of a shady character within the Biden family who is taking care of their finances for a while also helped run and helped pedal his dad's influence to all these companies through the shell company, Rosemont, Seneca, um, which we will talk about more in a little bit. Um, this goes on to say the a hundred Biden engages in a lot of illegal behavior, which makes him ABL, which makes him black mailable. This is a huge national security concern. His payments to Ukrainian based escort service, U B E R G F E triggered a bank red flag as over $200,000 that hunter Biden paid to a single prostitution company in Ukraine. Um, this also comes with receipts showing the actual, uh, suspicious activity information from JP Morgan bank.  so there's the actual email from them talking about the payments that he was making to this prostitution company in Ukraine. Um, now, uh, don't see the reason to read through that for you, but if you wanna find it, go ahead and find that, write it article and you can see exactly what I'm talking about here. Um, let's see. It says hunter writes checks to his escorts to cross, um, to cross state lines via plane and train. Now, this is what tripped him up, I believe from the sounds of it. Um, so it says hunter Biden participates in human trafficking and it shows the actual checks that he's writing as well as the plane and train tickets for the individuals that he was sending. So there's literal receipts of him buying train tickets for prostitutes. In other words, sex trafficking. All right. And it goes on the show, basically all four of the receipts there. It says, in one instance, hunter Biden buys a GPS tracker and has a woman place it in another woman's car, literally stalking. And it shows the conversation in the text messages. Now this is what's crazy is again, there's 456 gigabytes of data on this release. So it's like so difficult to even go through it all. Um, but I'll read you a little bit of the conversation. Um, it says let's see here. Um, it says that I want to get my phone under her seat. Um, no, do it tonight. And this is hunter saying this? No, do it tonight. If you come with old phone and get a backup power thing there for it, get, get a backup battery. So he was taking a cell phone, having a different woman, put it under the seat in a car of another woman's car. So he could stalk and track somebody. Um, Crazy. Then he goes on to like, literally go after this woman to make sure that she did it. She said, I charged the phone in battery pack leaving. Now. I also ordered that GPS to the device work call. Uh, we'll call you in five minutes. This is obviously a foreign individual with the way to texting. He said, dude, you're killing me. She said, sorry, you gotta work no other way to get money. Um, he says, Hey, just text me some info that you're getting, babe. I may come in tonight. She said, huh? What info? He said in all caps, didn't you put phone in car? she said, yes, I didn't understand your tax. Sorry. Ready to send it? He said that's because you don't love me anymore. Like literally like a 15 year old in a weird early stage relationship. Um, she said, yes, I do. I'm just going through a lot. He said, kidding. Kidding. If you can get me skinny spinner chick, that likes what I like. Let's hang out at R R N. What's wrong. How do I help sweets? What a fucking creep. All right. Next thing it goes on to talk about is going to be the Troy hunt database, um, which has all of your email and password combinations while hunter Biden's credentials are in them along with the rest of the Biden family. Now, this is the Troy hunt database is basically a large, large data. Of email and password compilations from a huge leak that was done free, or a, a huge leak that you can find, um, where this is. I'm pretty sure where they actually cracked his password from, um, this is like four Chan and this like, whatever weird, um, whatever four Chan is, , it's like a, a, a, um, Reddit just without rules. Uh, basically just went on a big effort to try and see if they could break his iCloud and they found it through these leaks here. Um, now it says that this data is a source of many, many leaks, including the who and Wuhan Institute of virology. It says in early 2019, hunter Biden's Rosemont Seneca email password, along with Rosemont, Seneca passwords were leaked. Even prior to that, the corruption surrounding hunter Biden, Rosemont, Seneca was already widely reported on, and it shows some articles, including a New York post article titled inside the shady private equity firm run by Carrie and Biden's kids. And that was in 2018. Another one was by the AB Q journal, which was there's a hunter Biden, Santa Fe connect. Through its uh, through the old Rosemont Seneca, uh, Rosemont Realty now controlled by a Chinese firm. It shows some emails from that. It says a freedom of information request provides the allegations in the aforementioned news articles where true Rosemont Seneca Behe, uh, bank records listing. So it shows the actual bank records. And it says prior to the leaks, we were already looking at a 100% certainty of corruption with a web of cutouts Rosemont, Seneca Boha harvest Barisma Robinson Walker, LLC transatlantic energy group. Um, can't pronounce this Chinese name, Syne Hawk Thornton group, LLC, Seneca global advisors, Hudson west, uh, the third boys Shiller Lionheart group. Um, and it goes to show receipts for each one of those.  um, and is talking about all the different incomes that he is making through each of these different shell companies. It says this corruption is merely an extension of why Hillary Clinton began with the uranium one scandal where the mining and energy complex is consolidating power monopolistically. Uh, it says, in fact, we see an extension of these globalist type plans for American resources, plain as day in Hunter's data. I don't really have an opinion on the originating laptop draft off for repair, but I suspect that the leak was inevitable because hunter Biden's accounts were already compromised by the run of the mill internet investigators. The floodgate was already opened, but where I sat, I was concerned, the laptop repair story was exceedingly convenient, but whatever, eh, it seemed convenient because they held onto it till when they needed it. And then it got shut down just like this story did by Google  of course, cuz that's just what they do. Um, now. Let's see, uh, this goes on to say that this was approximately, this is an early October of 2020. The first trip, uh, occurred publicly. I was sent a mega link that has now expired that contains some of the laptop materials. This was approximately the first sample I received. Um, the first damming thing was evidence of a wire transfer from Chinese intelligent asset to Hudson west. The third LLC, the rest was a bit random and it shows that, um, wire transfer and actually gives the links to all of it. Interesting. And even more of what's going on here, including what appears to be a pregnancy test. I think this is all of hunter Biden's conversations. Um, yeah. Interesting. Wow. There's some really, let's see if this is even his stuff here with DIA. Wow. Um, now there's some even more interesting text messages that talks about his niece, right? Um, And even like, you know, talking about how he met up with her in that trader Joe's bathroom, I'm pretty sure it was trader Joe's or some, something like that. Um, but it says, we already know that the emails and banking records are real per the free freedom of information act, request. The number of emails can also be verified with D K I M authentication and also being available to see both sides of the conversation like the Devon Archer's email from his own account to and from hunter Biden. It says the second largest set of files included a mass amount of salacious content. The, the people surrounding this conference controversy love to focus on hunter Biden's genitals in order to distract from the corruption. Indeed, a file named screenshot blank, blank, blank, um, shows hunter Biden's. In his Wiener on a piece of pizza.  what, what many escorts are featured in this data? Dump? Unlike what was minimally reported on their faces were visible and uncensored. I rant them all through facial recognition right away with mixed results. Indeed. They are mostly escorts, but Hailey Biden and other friends. Ash Akai grant are also feature featured with hunter Biden naked. And one of the pictures hunter is with his computer, where he is logged into, uh, a porn account where he is uploading videos of him and Hailey and others engaged in sexual behavior, Bo Biden. Then by the way, seem to be fully aware of the relationship between hunter and Hailey, Hailey being his brother's wife, who ended up dying. His brother ended up dying and he ended up being in a relationship with his brother's wife, his dead brother's wife. So that tells you anything about his character says seem to be fully aware of this relationship between hunter and Hailey, where hunter sent him pictures of acts together. This is why many believe Natalie and or hunter, maybe hunter Biden's biological children. So he is doing that to his own daughter. Says at this stage in 2 20 20, the Q movement, all, but shut down, they had seemed to be waiting for something like this. For years, they finally had it all in the entire Q astroturfing movement, completely shut down. And, uh, they deleted itself from the internet. This was very suspicious. The conservative new news outlets refused to cover what was in the first set of leaks, which was only a portion of the hard drive. Uh, it says zero hedge, gateway, pun, big league politics, all these outlets. I would've expected to jump all over this content did absolutely nothing. In fact, they even participated in some light disinformation. In some cases it says, um, I pose it don't know what that means that the cube movement was a Carlisle group SIOP, um, aided by numerous astroturfing firms like up votes.club, but was also a by government contractors like C a C.  in Q I N E T I Q. Um, it says one concerning aspect of hunter Biden's data, data that was available in 2020 was that the heavily featured Natalie Biden, hunter Biden was in possession of hundreds of her personal pictures. It appeared to be obsessive beyond the pictures. It became clear that many people were concerned about hunter Biden, sexually inappropriate interactions, where he is naked and smoking crack in front of Natalie Biden. Um, it says what is also concerning concerning, and it goes on to show some of the conversations here, and this is where it gets interesting. Okay. So finally found this portion of it. Okay. So here's the conversation where he is talking about, uh, talking to Natalie. Um, and this is what the conversation says. It says, I'm sorry, Natalie, but she won't even take my call. She's made her decision clearly she's chosen what, uh, she's chosen to do what ha Haley wants her. And she says like, Dar teaches the rest should just worry about themselves. That includes me and. I guess you and hunter and your aunt, and I love you, but your mom just decided that she is willing to risk having you taken from her rather than spend a month with family in Malibu. She told pop that she would call the police if you tried, if I tried to see you and hunter, um, so it's basically just outlining, you know, exactly these like weird obsessive inappropriate conversations with a minor that is within his family, including a, I want to fold clothes for you is what he sent her, which is, I think is a reference to a J Cole song. I don't know, you know, any other reference to that other than this J Cole song that I know, um, which is, uh, you know, go look it up. Um, but it says in bathroom at whole foods, so not trader Joe's, but whole foods. And this was 5 29 of 18 at 1:51 PM. Why would you text somebody that you're in the bathroom at whole foods? Now the conversation continues and it says, yes, it seems like an endless test of my sanity to hate as much as I do right now. Um, Hailey won't let me see Natalie, without my father present, it says, can you imagine that that is messed up? So it says that is, you know, effed up that I've effing shielded for two years and taken all the heat is keeping me from, uh, talking to or being around her. Um, it says, hunter, it is imperative. You call me or your father. Now I believe this is his mother. This is from, uh, this says Jim Biden. Hunter is imperative that you call me or your father. Your father is, uh, getting as I am, uh, barrage by Hailey. He has not responded and I have not responded. We both agree with you and trust you. She is spreading what you told me and I believe you, which is the fact that he was in a sexually inappropriate relationship with his niece. And he says that there lies once again, we both need you to side or your side of the story so we can both shove it down. Her effing throat. I implore you the call, please. I, we are on your side. I believe you. This is nothing short of character, assassination, assassination. Love you. Jim sounds like Jim is his uncle. And it goes on to say that, um, let's read through more of this conversation and says, or my mom tells him things like I'm sexually inappropriate with the children. This is hunter Biden's words too, in this case, uh, which just gives you the phone number. Um, now continuing this conversation about who he is sexually inappropriate with his own cousin and all of the receipts and text messages showing this says, call your mother. Now, this is a, uh, I can't read it through it, but it says call your mother. It seems every time we talk, she's telling people I'm inappropriate with you. So this is too Natalie. And the only reason it's blurred out, which I can't see is because she's underage. Um, and you can tell by the way that she talks, uh, she says, call your mother. It seems every time we talk, she tells people I'm inappropriate with you. I don't want to make matters worse for you or for myself. This child said bra. And then a bunch of words, hate life, man. I'm on the airplane. A I R P L a I N  with no headphones. Um, and then, uh, he says back to that, she said that when aunt blank told the girls, they shouldn't be with me alone, that it proved she was just plain evil and mean, and that she was hurting the girls more than she was hurting me. um, it says, lastly, that he is inappropriate with Natalie. He Factimes everyone naked. Wow. What an embarrassment he is. He clearly can't be around my children. Um, there's the phone number directly on this three oh two five three oh zero six. I'm not gonna give you the rest of it.  um, and it goes on to say that, um, he says, again, telling people I'm inappropriate with her daughter. So we get the point. He was absolutely. And his entire family believes that he was sexually inappropriate with Natalie, who is his niece, um, who was underage at the time of all of these conversations. I don't know how she old she is now. Um, and then goes on to say, and the last one that you would have to, when she says, can I come up there, please? Uncle I'm dying inside. So depressed can't handle life. He said you would have to come with adult because you can't stay with me. Cuz everybody thinks that hunter Biden is a pet aile.  interesting. So it shows literally all the text messages, which you got directly from the iCloud dump. All right. Now that. Probably should be brought up legally anyways. Um, but it goes on to say, um, it says what is also concerning that despite being banned from seeing her alone, hunter Biden is still meeting in secret with Natalie in places like a whole foods bathroom. Natalie is. On a family outing, then sneaks to the bathroom to meet hunter Biden, to fold clothes by mid 2021, it is clear many people had Hunter's data and the hard drive was repackaged in a variety of ways with each repacking, data was taken and inserted. I gave up relying on these anonymous dumps and focused on how to verify what was important. And with the, uh, with the usual O S I N T techniques, they always cry about source verification and context. So what is important to preemptively? Give it to them, to take away their crybaby ammunition. Now that the issue is, has gained more steam. You can actually per peruse a lot of these emails yourself and the website. Now this is important. The website that you can actually go to to search every single one of, one of hunter Biden's emails is hunter laptop emails dot. Now, when you go to this website, I went to it and there's some really interesting things that you can search. The few ones that you can search is the big guy, a second one that you can search is come pizza. And you'll see some emails from that. Um, you know, you can see emails about, you know, another little key search term I used was illegal and you can start to see some of the shady business dealings that he had there. But I recall one where the swear or whatever that guy's name was, that was a part of Rosemont. Seneca actually discussed him, going to a Hillary Clinton party at come ping pong in Washington, DC. And if you don't know about come ping pong, if you've ever heard of the term Pizzagate pizza gate was allegedly a conspiracy where, uh, all of these celebrities, um, and Hollywood elites were getting together at comic pizza and doing all sorts of satanic pedophilia, ritualistic BS, um, and you can see it directly in there that he was invited to these parties, which allegedly never happened. And we're all, you know, A bunch of politicians playing ping pong together at a pizza place.  um, now it goes on to say that, um, in most of the reliable ways to see the new leak is just by downloading the torrent yourself and opening an iPhone backup extractor, um, it gives the magnet link and it says, so now here we go again, whenever conservative news outlet should be screaming this stuff from the rooftops, it seems that nearly all hunter Biden's posts are getting deleted on all sites, even for Chan, especially Reddit, Twitter, and in Twitter is banning people consistently over it. Um, it says in short, there are one, there is 100% proof of criminality of a variety of types showing that the Bidens are above the law and will destroy your country for pennies. On the dollar says that hunter Biden will sell out billions of American resources for crack and hookers. He must be stopped and this behavior is ongoing and it continues to give screenshot after screenshot, after screenshot, after screenshot of these. Transfers from these companies in the millions of dollars for these shady, shady business deals. Okay. Um, we'll see if I can go through any of these here. It just seems to be a receipt after receipt, after receipt of him receiving just hundreds of thousands of dollars from all of these Chinese corporations, um, all these conversations that are, uh, through about his payments from these companies. So on and so forth. Um, now let's go see if we can actually jump over to that website with all of the emails here. Cause I think that was a little interesting to me and it's where you can actually get. Put on your tin, foil hat and get pretty, uh,  pretty wild going to this website here. Um, so let's go there and see if we can search some of these emails. Now, before I do that again, the next thing I need you to do head over to red pill, revolution.co. Um, this is literally the only way that I have any monetization guys. I don't have any paid advertisers. There's no third party ads here, nothing at all. Um, the only thing that I do ask of you is if you are married, if you have children, or if you are in a situation where you need life insurance, or if you have life insurance, screw your agent. Screw that guy. He has nothing to do with you. You don't listen to him. Talk about a hundred Biden's emails for an hour and a half . So head over to red pill, revolution.co um, life insurance is seriously important guys. 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So it says, here are 128,000 emails from the Biden laptop, which is the modern Rosetta stone of white and blue collar crime under the patina of the Delaware way. Don't know what the hell that means. Um, it says prior to the discovery of the Rosetta stone, a number of ancient languages where mere gibberish and hash marks, similarly, the emails and hunter Bidens illuminated, uh, hunter Bidens, laptop illuminated previously convoluted webs of the people you are seeing, uh, the charge for global governance. Truly the emails can be considered a translation tool for open source, intelligent gathering. Um, and this actually. References back to what that individual was talking about on Reddit, which is the O S N I OS I N T, which is what they referenced for how to properly translate these emails. Okay. Now what you can do on this website is you can search different individual terms. Um, a few of that they recommend is, you know, the big guy now, some of the fun ones that I've done has been, um, you know, we'll just start off here and look at that comment, uh, pizza emails, cause I'm pretty sure, you know, that's an interesting topic when people want to talk about, uh, pizza gate and Hillary Clinton and you know, all of the shady, weird stuff that was going on there, um, seems to get a little bizarre. All right. So here we go. This email is again from that shady figure. Eric swear. Schwerin Eric Schwerin. Um, Eric Swen sent him an email and this was on two, uh, March 30th, 2016 at approximately two 16. O'clock. Two 16 o'clock  two in the afternoon. Um, and it says presidential pizza, Mattie Beckwith, Ezekiel Emmanuel, Tony Poda, and Chris Petula are hosting a pizza party for Hillary Clinton next month, featuring campaign chair, John Podesta, senior policy advisor, Maya Harris and pizza chef James Avantis of comic ping pong, a maximum $27,000 contribution includes a special reception with John Podesta and all Clinton logo. Haters need to check out this version, which has pepperoni pizza slices for the arrow. Now let's see if that works, cause it would be no surprise to me that Hillary Clinton has a pizza  in her logo. Now by clicking this link, I'm probably immediately sending five FBI agents to listen to this live stream on Reddit. Ron TikTok, sorry. Oh yeah. Look at that link expired. Well, that's probably good for my behalf.  um, it goes on to say nothing, cuz that's the last of that email. Um, but there's several other references to comment ping pong, but I find that one to be the most interesting. Um, as far as the come ping pong situation goes, I don't know. I just found that to be an interesting one to look up. Now, when we go look up illegal, you can start to see some of the shadier business deals of them talking about how not to do things illegally. Some of the interesting conversations that they have between these shell companies of Rosemont, Seneca of, uh, VDI V I D E was one that I recall that was a Chinese technology firm, which had no technology, um, just a shell company. But if you search the term illegal, uh, it comes up with let's see how many pages, 23 pages, ages of emails. Now it is interesting to note, well, it's not really that interesting, but it's probably pertinent to note that some of these emails are just newsletters, um, like from, uh, but some of them are not like the morning score from political, um, other ones, uh, like this, a cheerful Biden family gamely fills in for his boss. Um, and that's, again from Eric Sherwin, let's look up who this Eric Guy is because he's a shady character. Um, so Eric Sherwin, besides having a stupid name, um, let's see if we can find out who this guy actually is. So the New York post has a article, um, That says, who is Eric Swen? What to know about hunter Biden's business partner. All right, now this goes on to say that Eric Sherwin CA became one of hunter. Biden's closest friends, business associates, and an emotional pillar to the Biden's troubled second son over the 20 year relationship that transformed the enigmatic money man into a DC power player. The 52 year old fixer who made at least 27 visits to the white house and other official venues during the Obama and Biden presidency is likely to be the focus of the looming Republican house probe into hunter Bidens, overseas business dealings while Swen Swen, Swen has not personally been accused of any wrongdoing. Uh, his deep, personal and financial ties, both to Joe and hunter Biden. Continue to cast out on past claims about president Joe Biden, that he has no involvement in his son's business dealings, hunter Biden, and shrin. Uh, likely first met when they were worked in president bill Clinton's commerce department. Sherin arrived at the agency in 1994 with a stir Sterling resume, having earned a bachelor's from the university of Pennsylvania and a master's from the Elliot school of international affairs at George Washington university. Before graduating, he spent a year in Czechoslovakia as an English teacher. He rose through the ranks quickly becoming an international trade specialist in 1997 before claiming the title of senior policy advisor to the secretary of an international trade in 1999. And here's a lame picture of hunter Biden in a leather jumpsuit, taking a picture of himself with what seems to be a gin and tonic in an elevator in elevator mirror. Um, alright, cool buddy. Um, I worked with him in the department of commerce and I always found him to be a good and decent guy. A nice pleasant guy said former colleague. Um, which they told the post, um, hunter Biden was the same age as Sherwin in fresh out of Yale law school, where he had one admission after president Clinton personally lobbied Dean Guido Calabresi to admit him after bouncing around some cushy banking gigs in Delaware, he landed at commerce as a policy director, specializing in the burgeoning internet company, according to the new Yorker, the pair headed off when George W. Bush became president hunter Biden, left government and started a lobbying shop with William Oldaker, a DC lawyer who worked on his father. Uh, his father's aborted 1988 presidential campaign in 2002, shrin joined him and became a partner in the company. Lobbying disclosure forms shown here in 2008. Senator Barack Obama sought more than 3.4 million in congressional earmarks for Hunter's clients. The Washington post reported at the time. He stayed with a lobbying firm until 2008 shady, shady business character. Here's another picture of Joe Biden or hunter Biden in an all white outfit, a yellowish  sweat stained shirt with some white pants. with his face like this in his legs crossed like he's a GQ model. Um, I don't know. So this guy seems to be a shady character. Who's all over, all over, um, all over these emails, all over the shady business dealings with Rosemont, Seneca, all, all over. All of it. All right. I don't know, it seems a lot like you could really dive deep and find the correlations. You know, I, I guess where you should start is looking at Rosemont Sanco, looking at the, um, Barisma deals that happened, looking at the China deals that happened where he was peddling, his father's influence. And you can go back, let's go back to that email list and see if we can find some, the big guy emails. You know, if you've heard that before, you'll know what I'm talking about, but in these emails, hunter Biden, uh, refers to the big guy, right? And he refers to the big guy in these business dealings where he's basically peddling somebody's influence, um, to basically, uh, exchange conversations with his father, Joe Biden, with world leaders, uh, for profit and, uh, economic leaders and CEOs of companies for influence in exchange for hundreds of thousands of dollars per month in retainer fees. Okay. Um, and we can look into these here. Now. There is 19 pages with the term, the big guy in it, right. And there's approximately, I don't know, 25, 30, 40, maybe 50 emails per page, and a ton of these have Eric Sherwin within them. Okay. Um, now if we go, this starts all the way back from 2010, uh, February 12th, 2010, he started peddling his, uh, dad's influence. Um, interesting. His first email with Eric Sherwin was with in 2010 about the big guy. Um, let's see if we can find where this actually happened. Um, but basically what he ended up doing was giving a percentage of his companies, giving a percentage of these profitabilities through these corporations, to the big guy, the big guy, allegedly being Joe Biden, um, as he was exchanging his influence. Uh, for these conversations. Now, when I went into these emails, I went like line by line, by line, by line, um, to see these actual shady business dealings. Now I, if I recall correctly, one of them was with Rosemont Seneca. Um, and we'll see if I can actually find the email where they had this laid out because they actually had it in a literal business, uh, dealing outline, like who is getting what percentage from where, um, and for what right. And there's actual pictures that you can use to corroborate these emails, where you can look at the pictures. You can look at the emails and see the dates line up with pictures of Joe Biden, having golf outings with these CEOs of these companies, um, in exchange for putting his son on retainer, right? And this is where all the, the, the weirdness gets into play because hunter Biden was peddling. His father's influence. Um, In Ukraine. Right. And all of these Ukrainian companies and a lot of them had to do with energy companies. Right. And so now when we're seeing Joe Biden give hundreds of like almost a hundred billion dollars now to Ukraine, it's like 70 billion at this point. Um, it, it all starts to make sense to me. I mean, obviously I haven't taken a year, a piece of yarn and like connected every single dots, but it just seems super shady. Um, again, this is a podcast called red pill revolution. So take it with a grain of salt  um, but I think it's important to, to take a look at who he's talking to here. Right. I don't have time to go through all hundred and however, many thousand of these emails. Um, but, uh, it seems to me that. They will eventually have people going through each one of them. And we will get that yarn string from company to company, to individual, to individual from Joe Biden, to Barisma from Barisma to China, from China to Zelensky and to Zelensky to, you know, so you get all of these hundreds of billions of dollars that they're gonna be Pedald to these companies over time. Um, and eventually it all leads back to Joe Biden. Now, again, that's all a conspiracy. I don't know if what I'm saying is correct.  you can look at these emails for yourself, double check and see. Um, but to me it seems pretty shady that now we're sending billions of dollars to Ukraine after his son did billions of dollars of, of influence peddling to them over, you know, what appears to be 10 to 12 years through Rosemont, Seneca and his other show companies, um, shell companies. And, uh, I don't know, pretty wild, but the other side of it, you know, there's like three categories of this when it comes to these text messages and it comes to the iCloud emails or the iCloud.  the first one is pedophilia, right? Let's just highlight each one of these categories for you.  the first side of it is him being super creepy and sexually inappropriate. According to all of his family with Natalie Biden, who's his niece and potentially his daughter. According to that, I don't know. Um, the other side of it is super shady business dealings that were happening with Ukraine, Ukrainian energy companies and China. The other side of it is peddling his father's influence for profit through those companies. The next part of it was his unbelievable amount of drug usage. And then the last part of it was allegedly sex trafficking that he's now being indicted for federal. Okay. Um, so again, you can check out the Reddit article directly for yourself by going and searching the topic title. So just search Reddit, the hunter Biden saga continues. It's under the subreddit conspiracy. Of course. Um, you can find the emails for that at, uh, Biden, laptop emails, dot com. You can actually use every search term you could ever want in there to see use names, emails, individuals, illegal might be a good one to look at, um, pretty wild. Um, but I guess we all know that thingss gonna happen about this. That's the most frustrating part is if I did this, or you did this, or your friend did this or anybody that we know every single one of us would be literally in jail right now. No questions asked now, obviously he's the son of the president of the United States. But that might change if hunter Biden is correct and he has cancer, if he's correct about his own medical status, which apparently the white house seems to believe that he's not. But anyways, I did wanna just touch on each one of those categories for you guys. You gotta jump into this and, and dive in deeper if you'd like to, but I gave you the resources to do it. All right. Um, but anyways, I hope you guys have a great day. Thank you for listening. I appreciate it so much and welcome to the revolution. Have a great day.