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So we've got the podcast today for you and Stu, how would you describe the podcast?

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Well, if you're listening to this podcast and you happen to be standing on a chair and you're fashioning a rope around it, around a beam, right.

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I would say this is not the podcast for you today, today, today, today. You should listen to it, but get down from the chair, take the rope down, get you a happy place to make sure you're just you're getting ready to go to bed and you have a bottle of a lot of sleeping pills. Yeah. Don't don't listen to it. Not today, but running a warm bath. And you have the old fashioned kind of razor blade.

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Yeah. Oh, listen, one of the one of the things we do talk about, the kind of puts you in this mode a little bit is a podcast. You can get on this feed tomorrow. It's with James Lindsay, a conversation with James Lindsay. He's been on the show before, but this is a different sort of conversation. Yeah. He got from a really logical mathematician, liberal, you know, never voted for a Democrat or a Republican before.

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And and said to me, I am absolutely terrified about what a Joe Biden administration means for this country. He said, I see no breaks with Donald Trump, he said, but I only see an accelerator for for Joe Biden. And the world he describes is not pretty. And on today's show, it just kind of teasing that and talking about it. I kind of almost let slip something that I told Stu, hey, when I say this on the air, get ready to pack up.

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And I almost said it today is that it just started to come out naturally and I didn't. But you'll hear that. You'll hear that moment and what led up to that moment. And hopefully you will agree and be able to wake up some of your friends to where we are. Also, we have we do have some fun on today's show. You don't want to miss this or the Friday, you know, get together with us. The Friday special on Blaze TV.

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Stew's doing a deep investigation on on how the hell was I admitted into the radio hall of Fame. I was not I'll be a spoiler alert, was not able to figure it out. But Blaze TV.com, Glenn, we're going actually back to through the show's history. If you're a fan of the show, you've been around listening to Glenn for a long time. You're going to appreciate this one myself. Glenn. Pat, if Jeff into the studio.

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Yeah, the studios only 19000 square feet. So so probably not. But maybe on Skype, we'll get Jeffrey out as well. It's going to be fun. Fun day of talking about the last 20, 30 years of radio and TV throughout this journey.

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Fun, fun, fun, fun. So listen to today, this podcast. Don't kill yourself and then have some laughs with us about how absurd the world is that I'm in the radio hall of Fame.

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You're listening to the best of the music program. Kim Classic, she's a congressional candidate and she has just made a and released a campaign ad that is fantastic here. Here's a bit of it. Listen, this is Baltimore, the real Baltimore.

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This is a reality for black people every single day, crumbling infrastructure, abandoned homes, poverty and crime. Baltimore has been run by the Democrat Party for fifty three years. What is the result of their decades of leadership? Baltimore is one of the top five most dangerous cities in America. The murder rate in Baltimore is 10 times she. The Baltimore poverty rate is over 20 percent. Homicide, drug and alcohol deaths are skyrocketing in our city. Do you believe black lives matter?

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I do. The vast majority of crime in Baltimore is perpetrated against black people who make up 60 percent of the population. So why don't we care about our community? The Democrat Party have betrayed the black people in Baltimore at the politicians walk the streets like I do. They would see exactly how their policies and corruption affect that. OK.

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I want to talk to Kim Classic, who is with us now. Baltimore City has the highest number of black Republicans for city council and Republicans running for city council in the country. She is running in a district that has voted for Democrats since 1953.

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Kim, how are you doing? I'm doing good, how are you? I'm I'm great. I was so happy to see your success with this video. And I think that this video and that approach needs to be the national approach because it just reeks of the truth.

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How is it connecting in your community? Yeah, well, first of all, thank you for this opportunity. There's been a lot of people that are now just ready to listen. You know, since that video dropped, it was a shock to us that it was even going to do so. Well, I just put that out. But since it's dropped, people are saying, you know what, she's not lying about what's going on here. We do need something different.

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And so now that we're not on this coronavirus pandemic down, we're able to go door to door, face to face, tell people about what we're trying to do as far as tax credits, job training, law and order, you know, all that good stuff that hasn't that's really just sensible policies. And people are like, you know what, I want the same thing. So maybe I should consider voting for you towards the end of this this viral ad that you made.

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You talk to people on the streets, in in your district, in that community. And how hard was it to find people when you said, do you want to defund the police? How hard was it to find people saying, good heavens, no?

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Actually, we didn't find anyone that wanted to defund the police. You know, those people came outside because they thought as far as shooting across the street from where they were and they came over to talk to us and asked us what we were doing and told them. And then, you know, Betty Johnson is the one that did that video is the turning point. He said, you know, can I talk to you guys on camera about the funding, the police and that moment when you see that gentleman talking about losing three sons to gun violence in Baltimore?

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We had no idea that was what he was going to say. You know, the camera was rolling and we were just in shock. And so, you know, people don't understand. A lot of the crimes are perpetrated against other black people in these communities. So the last thing black people want is less police. They want more police protection.

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So how how is this translating? Do you think do you think that this is a message that is being heard and felt in black communities? Is is Black Lives Matter, which is a corporation and very well funded by a bunch of old white guys and has nothing to do with helping black people, in my opinion.

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Is is this is this being exposed in the black community? Is it starting to register with people that way? That's not what they say it is. Is this a movement that we might see around the country? I mean, I hope so. Know, we're actually going to put together a video talking about what Black Lives Matter stands for, because I don't think anybody really knows what their views are, their mission. You have to know it just by going to their website.

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And one of the big things that they push is they're against family structure. We need family structure. That's the first thing on our list. Baltimore City. So we're going to do a video kind of exposing what they're about, who's been funding them, where those funds actually go. And so we're just going to lay it all out and start telling the truth to people. You know, the mainstream media is very good at dominating the message. And that message isn't actually what the voiceless and people in this community want to even have.

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You know, for them, they want something totally different. You know, the lack of career opportunities is first and foremost. Yet Democrat leadership in Baltimore never talks about it. My opponent, Kweisi Mfume, who's been in Congress now, sworn in nine months ago, hasn't done anything. But he's making noise about the post office. You know, what about the homicides, the murders? You know, so people are listening and I think they're ready to look at other options.

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Kim Clitic, Kim K. for Congress dot com is how you can find out more and donate to her campaign if you wish to do that. Kim K. for Congress, dot com. Kim, any thoughts on the DNC message and Joe Biden and everything? Have you been following it this week? I assume you have. Yeah, I mean, I saw the interview with or the speech from Michelle Obama talking about how hard it is to be black in America and the victimization message that she had from her mansion in Martha's Vineyard.

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You know, I mean, how has the Obama family could go to the White House with not much money and then leave as multimillionaires? You know, how does that happen? But what I didn't pay attention to it a lot. I think President Trump's going to going to win in November 3rd. And so I'm just here to support him, support his message and keep truckin ourselves.

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Thanks a lot, Kim. I appreciate it. Kim K. for Kim K.. For Congress. Dot com. Kim K. for Congress.

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Dot com. Is the best of the Glenn Beck program, lay the article out.

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So as we saw on the the third night of the RNC right away, they started pushing gun control. They had some survivors of gun violence on talk about why more restrictions to firearms is needed, especially because of the recent crime wave that certain cities are experiencing. And as I wrote, well, that only tells half the story because, as you know, I was on the ground in Minneapolis during the height of the riots back in late May. And I saw firsthand how the Minneapolis police department completely abandoned whole sections of the city.

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And this was before the state police and the National Guard really came out in force. So entire sectors of the city were at the mercy of rioters and looters. And we saw just how widespread that destruction. We saw how widespread that was. And so the really the only places that survive in terms of businesses and even some homes was because they had firearms. And NPR actually did a very good story on a Latino group on Lake Street, which is one of the main streets for all that destruction happened.

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It was a Latino group that had firearms to protect their businesses, but also because there were apartments up above the businesses. So, you know, them setting the business on fire wasn't just going to hurt them financially, but it was going to affect them personally, whether what their lives are being homeless. And so basically what we're seeing is and as you alluded to in your preview, was that we're now having this backdrop of gun control in addition to defunding the police.

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And as we've seen in all these cities where they've defunded or gotten rid some of their policing units to appease the mob, the defund the police mob, they've seen an increase in gun crime. And so what I'm saying is that it's completely tone deaf and out of touch for the DNC to say you guys can't have certain firearms and you also can't have your police but vote for us and you'll be safer. It doesn't it doesn't make any sense.

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So do we have any common sense left in us anymore, though?

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I mean, there are so many things that are diametrically opposed to the truth right now that we're being asked to swallow. And it seems to me the people are swallowing it.

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I think so, too, unfortunately, and and because, you know, in my in my travels around the country recently from from Seattle to Atlanta, New York City, it's really concerning to see how they see defending the police as a solution to this problem of police brutality. You know, I myself was a victim of that. I got shot with a rubber bullet by a state trooper during the height of the riots in Minneapolis. So I don't you know, I'm not saying that police brutality isn't a problem.

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However, it's their solution is going to end up hurting more minorities because a lot of the victims of the of this recent crime wave that America is experiencing are minorities. And so I really don't know why they they continue to insist that the funding the police is the solution to to their problems.

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So you see this this record breaking pace of guns and ammunition sales around the country.

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I mean, like every month it breaks the last month's record, and it is because people feel unsafe. And I'm sure that there's a lot of people that are like, I'm going to the Fort Worth gun show this weekend just because I want something I can do with my family. So we're going to go out there. But I think that includes a lot of people that already have guns.

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But there are people that have never had gun, never wanted to have guns that are now that are now buying it.

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How does the how how will that wash?

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Let's just say my biggest nightmare happens and Biden and that crew wins and they start taking away guns because people are protecting themselves.

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How is that going to work exactly without civil war?

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And I don't mean just from the right, but I mean even people on the left that now own guns.

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Yeah, I mean, hopefully it doesn't it doesn't reach that point. But I mean, and that's why I wrote the piece is because because of those record number of sales of firearms and ammunition. It's not just people who already have guns. It's there's a lot more new gun owners out now than it was back in May. And so the DNC, because you have to remember, right, Joe Biden said that payroll work was going to be essentially his gun controls are like he was going to lead that effort in his administration.

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And they said that he said, hell, yes, we're going to take your pain and people are going to be too happy with that, especially if their police department is massively, massively understaffed because of budget cuts and because of the crime still being very high, higher than normal. And so, I mean, we've seen this in Minneapolis now where the city council is moving to completely get rid of it. The Star Tribune said that crime has reached unprecedented levels since from the past 10 years.

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So people are aren't going to stand for it. And, you know, I really think that this is going to be a very key issue that's going to drive out voters because, I mean, you know, gun rights has just been always been a big driving force for people to vote. But I think now more than ever, especially because there's more gun owners than before, I think this is going to be an issue that voters are definitely going to be looking at.

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We're talking to Julia Resourses, a senior writer at Townhall.com. Have you been watching the convention this this week? I unfortunately had to watch.

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That's the late everyone I know answers it. Yeah, I have to watch it.

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Tell me what your impressions are walking away. Upside, downside, what they do. Well, what what what is the taste left, do you think, in the average Democrats mouth and the average American mouth?

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So it was all virtual and so there were a few technical glitches. But overall, I think the the virtual side of things went pretty smoothly, except, I mean, of course, they had a duplicate of people clapping for for Harris's speech. So that was pretty funny to watch. But in terms of in terms of like what's being people taking away from it, I mean, I'm not entirely sure. I mean, people are not really excited about the Harris Biden ticket or the Biden Harris ticket because they just don't really have the same enthusiasm as they did for maybe some of the other, more younger, more diverse candidates that that they saw.

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And really, the only thing that they're really having to run on is just like, oh, let's just get rid of Trump, which sure is something that they the voters do want, but they also want more outside of that. And so Biden's speech did touch on that a little bit, but it was just very general, wasn't too specific. So I don't think the enthusiasm is still there. I mean, again, people are very upset at Trump for a lot.

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Things and their eyes, and so I think that's still going to drive votes, but in terms of, OK, they got rid of them. So what's the after, you know, build back better? I mean. Right.

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And is there a is there a movement that is real, do you think, from the left in the Marxist in this and the Sanders people that they would come out and vote for Joe Biden? Do you think that strategy will work?

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I don't really think so, because, again, from what I've seen and Portland and Seattle and Minneapolis, they they really do not like the Democratic Party because they don't think that they are progressive enough. And so that's why they want to. Sanders But even then again, some of the more radical elements, they don't even like Sanders because he's not progressive or radical enough. And so I don't think that they're going to have that really good harmony of coalitions between the Biden wing and the more progressive AOC Sanders part of the party, just because, again, you know, Biden is to give a quick example, Biden doesn't really want to fund police departments, whereas, you know, the more progressive side of things and radical side, they want to completely get rid of it.

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So, you know, they're not going to be happy with just shifting some money here. And they're just even on this hot topic issue that we've been talking about recently there on just the complete opposite side of it.

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Who, in your opinion, is the alpha dog? If Biden would win?

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Is it the Chuck Schumer's Nancy Pelosi's of the world or is it the radicals?

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Who's the alpha dog? Who will really be controlling that?

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I think I mean, I think it would just be the more radical elements, because, remember, these are the people that are willing to go out and protest for days on end and they're willing to put the pressure on on the more moderate parts of the party. I mean, you just look at Portland. I mean, we're about to reach one hundred days of protests and riots straight, and I wouldn't be surprised if it goes until the election. And so they're the ones willing to put in the groundwork to put the pressure on the party.

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And we've seen them capitulate on the local and state level. So, you know, all they need to do is just protest for days on end. And I can easily see it and just just venting and eating them up and just doing what they want.

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Is there a is there a line that you think Americans won't cross? For instance? They're now starting to be in just regular neighborhoods and they're starting to these mobs are starting to intimidate just people in the suburbs, waking them up in the middle of the night, marching through the streets. And no one's coming. The police aren't coming to help. To me, that's a very frightening line that should wake a lot of people up and go, OK, all right.

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This is this is craziness, but it's not happening yet.

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Do you think there is a line or, you know, in the terms of alcoholics, some people's some people's bottom is death or suicide.

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Do we have a bottom?

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I mean, I certainly hope that that there is a line at some point because you're right, we've seen I mean, again, just to point to Portland, they were targeting the federal courthouse for weeks. But, you know, they got tired of that. And so now, I mean, just just last night, they were going through neighborhoods, waking people up. And we've seen it in Seattle. They were saying that preparations were coming. They were demanding that the white residents hand over their houses over to the black residents.

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And so it's reaching it's going to reach a boiling point. And we saw a little bit with the McCluskey's in St. Louis, right? I mean, they they they they broke in into their area, into a private residence. And so they they didn't want to take one. They didn't know what was going to happen. They didn't know who these people were. And so we saw a little bit of that boiling over. And thankfully, no one was hurt in that incident.

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But the more and more that this happens, the more likely there's going to be a chance of someone getting becoming cross with the wrong group. And unfortunately, something might happen. And, you know, I hope it doesn't reach that point, but this is just going to continue until somebody and I don't think it's going to pause until unless someone gets hurt and we don't want to see that happen. But buttons are continually to be pushed. Julio, thank you so much.

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Thanks for being on the program with us. And thanks for all of your reporting and good writing at Townhall.com.

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This is the best of the Glenn Beck program. I want to introduce you to somebody who is an investigative reporter that I think that actually means something to this individual creator of the hit YouTube show Lives Matter. He's got millions of views across all social media platforms and he is out on the street doing interviews and real time reporting at the protests and the riots all across America. His name is Drew Hernandez and Drew is with us now.

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I want to go over one of the stories that that you covered from Portland, that this driver was pulled out of a truck.

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And it's an amazing story. All he wanted to do was get a drink at the 7-Eleven.

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Hi, Drew. How are you? Good morning, Glenn. Thank you for having me.

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You bet. Tell me tell me the story and what happened. I know this has gone viral, but in case people don't know.

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Yeah, let me provide full context because it seems like context just doesn't matter in this day and age. So let me provide for your viewers this morning. So I was reporting on Sunday this evening, Black Lives Matter specifically had a rally in front of the Justice Center in downtown Portland. So they had a guest speaker this night. And the guest speaker was extremely vile, was spewing violent rhetoric. She was saying things like she believes that police officers that she doesn't like should be electrocuted.

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She wished that when they were babies that they would have had their umbilical cord strangle them when they were babies. She said that she was at war with America and she did say that she's willing by any means necessary. And she repeated it many times, by any means, any means necessary to achieve her goal of justice and her mission. So this was the kind of rhetoric, Glenn, that was being preached before like about an hour and a half before these acts took place.

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So about an hour and a half later in front of the justice center, in front of the federal courthouse there, right next to each other, literally right next to each other, there were these black lives matter. They were attending the rally. I don't know if they were activists, protesters. They were definitely demonstrators. These three men, they started to aggressively accuse this young white individual of recording them right in front of the courthouse. And they got extremely aggressive.

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And Markese love, the guy that actually kicked the truck driver in the head, actually initiated this this individual that I'm speaking of that got aggressively escorted out of the protest was not the truck driver. This is how it all started going. So they start aggressively escorting this young white man out of the area of the justice center, accusing him of recording them. They're saying we're going to beat you up if you run away, we're going to chase you down and beat you.

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This is all on footage on my YouTube channel from beginning to end. And so they did they start beating him in the middle of an intersection in front of a 7-Eleven. And at that point when they were first physically assaulting this young white man, this is when you see the transwoman. We don't know exactly what she identifies as. I don't think she's come forward to my knowledge yet. But she started defending this first individual saying, just let them go, let them run away.

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It's enough. Enough is enough. So then the Black Lives Matter militants, their anger shifted towards her and she felt threatened because out of nowhere, this whole mob starts to threaten her just for standing up for someone. They start calling for other people to come from the protest, females to come and handle her, I guess. And so that's what happened. They started to mug her. They looted her stuff. They took her bag, her skateboard, and she got it.

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She started defending herself with pepper spray. I would have to if I was being mugged on the street for no reason and just being a good Samaritan. And so at that point, they started taking off on her, Glenn, in front of the 7-Eleven. They get her on the floor, they start punching her, kicking her, getting aggressive with her. And that, Glenn, is what led to this truck driver. He then stepped in. He was just hanging out on the corner the whole time.

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A lot of these people were because stepped.

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OK, hang on just a second. Because the truck driver, he said that he just he was there.

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He supports Black Lives Matter and was just wanting to go get a drink.

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And but when he saw what was happening, he was like, hey, guys, guys, knock it off. Right?

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I mean, he was yes. He's not an antagonist to Black Lives Matter.

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One hundred percent, Glenn do is just hanging out, just chillin Sunday night, dude. They're just hanging out on the corner and in front of 7-Eleven. Just just this was brought to them. And that's why the context is this mob was brought to them. So when they started physically assaulting this transwoman, this is when Adam Hayner started defending her, trying to calm down the situation, trying to de-escalate it, not aggressively, not intervene or demeaning. Or even disrespectful way, you could tell he was genuinely trying to calm the situation down.

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They already beat her up, enough was enough, but then their anger shifted towards him and his wife or his girlfriend, and they started teeing off on them. They punched his girlfriend in the face multiple times, tackled her on the ground. I believe she had a hairline fracture on her ribs because of it. They were punching him in the face through his truck. And this is when Tifa and I specifically call them out, because this is what they do on Twitter was trying to say when Adam got in his truck, oh, he just showed up to run over a bunch of black people because he was a white supremacist.

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Absolutely not. He got in his truck because his wife or his girlfriend was getting mobbed and beat up in the street. So he got in his truck to try to evade the situation. And if you watch the footage, he's even very careful and cautious when he's driving away. He doesn't even hit the gas instantly. I mean, I don't know, Glenn, if I was in a situation like that where I'm being mobbed by a bunch of people, regardless of skin color, I would have jumped in my car, deviated quickly.

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This had some serious patient glass, and that's what he did. And they chased him down the street until he finally crashed. And what you see in the video is exactly what happened. They started to beat him. They took him to the ground multiple times and eventually dealt that ridiculous kick to the head, which in my case was a borderline attempted execution. It was completely uncalled for, Glenn, because to give you some nuance, Adam was already on the floor.

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He was he was begging them to allow him to even use his phone to call his girlfriend to find where she was. He was already storing up the white flag when it was so uncalled for at that point when they came up from behind him and kicked him in the head. That's why I'm saying some pretty aggressive statements by claiming that I believe it was a borderline attempted execution. He could have died quite well.

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He woke up, didn't wake up in an ICU three days later. Yeah, he did.

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And his girlfriend did an interview. And she is indicating that he he didn't even know that his truck was totaled. I think she made the statement saying that. I think he just believed that his truck had a dent and that was about it. So he is he is displaying some form of memory loss. I would be shocked if he didn't have some kind of long term effects because of this. But I guess we'll see in the next upcoming days. And I will say this, Glenn, is I hope the media shows him some compassion and mercy, because when you get when you get beat up like that, your head is not going to all be there like the next couple of days.

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I think we have to give him some time to really gather his thoughts and see where he's at so he can really talk about what happened.

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Well, this should be this should be an open and shut case because you have it all on video. This is being contested and you're like, look, here it is raw. I'll show you exactly the sequence of events. It's raw right here.

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Exactly. And that's why you know, because I know how the media works. And that's why I released the video with no commentary. I didn't release it as a podcast. I didn't release it with any opinion or even, you know, going play by play, just even talking about what happened. I just released what happened and people need to watch it for themselves. That's it. You make your own decision. I didn't edit it. That's body cam footage from beginning to end.

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And people can make their own opinions based off of what they're watching and thing. And that's how I wanted to leave it. It's a you said this name, but I just want to emphasize, Markese Love is the name of the guy who delivered an NFL football kick to the head, and he's a 25 year old former security guard.

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Now, the truck driver said, I'm not seeking vengeance against him. I just I, I karma will take care of him. And I hope you learn something.

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They are pursuing markese love, are they not? I mean, charges are going to be filed, right?

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I mean, you know, Glenn, it's Portland. I don't know. You know, it's Portland.

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That's all I got to say is their justice system is corrupt to the core. And I know a lot of DHS agents. I know a lot of police officers that are listening to me in Portland right now are probably agreeing with what I'm saying. We'll see. We'll see. Definitely. There is a lot of incriminating evidence that this guy should be put behind bars for a very long time. But like I said, Glenn, it's Portland. It's Portland.

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I don't know a lot of these kids, violent and criminals, they're committing arson. They're committing attempted murder on federal buildings. They're trying to light federal buildings on fire while they're occupied with human beings. And they're getting a slap on the wrist. And it's not the police fault. I blame I blame the local officials that have the ability to carry out those kind of not only arrests, but, you know, the punishment that comes from that. So I would like to see not only Maki's love brought to justice, and I think Adam Hayner is trying to play it smart, which I think he should, because Portland's corrupt.

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I think he's trying to avoid another beating. But respect to him. However, he wants to handle it. But only I would I would love to see the rule of law. I would love to see that hammer come down hard on every single criminal that's in that video. Because, Glenn, this is America, Glenn. It's like you're watching a video, you know, from like Juarez, Mexico or something. It to me, it's embarrassing.

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It makes me embarrassed to know that this is being allowed in my country.

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Yeah. Are we allowing this? I was going to say, you know, we've seen riots, we've seen things, but there is no justice now. There seems to be no justice.

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The this is it's turning into a banana republic.

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It is as if the the drug cartels are here and ruling the streets and the justice system isn't doing anything because it's all bought off.

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It's the same thing. So there's no drugs involved that we know about.

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Yeah. Drew, I appreciate it.

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Are you worried for your safety? Absolutely, Glenn. I've been physically assaulted by antifa. Once they threatened me, they confront me. They threaten my life face to face while I've been out there. I've even been and, you know, no disrespect, I make this statement because I want America to see just how successfully Antifa is subverting the First Amendment. I have also because I go undercover, I have been hit pretty hard by police officers because I go undercover and I don't blame them.

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Glenn, this is the point I want to make and poses as press. They run around masquerading with press badges as if they're actually press, but they're not. Some of them do that on purpose so they can get closer to police to throw paintballs at them, to throw they still they still little light bulbs or light bulbs the size of softballs with white paint, and they throw them in police officers faces so they can discombobulate them and attack them. They masquerade as press so they can get up and close and commit these things or they masquerade as press so they can get up and close on the riot lines so they can get in the way of the police officers trying to deal with the threats behind them.

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And sometimes when I'm undercover, Glenn, I get caught in the crossfire because I can't wear a press badge now because police officers don't know who is who. And I think Antifa is successfully subverting the First Amendment this way. It's a pretty serious situation, Glenn. I think people don't realize, you know, a lot of reporters like myself and, you know, like Elijah Schaefer was slightly offensive and bless our lives are on the line out here because the First Amendment is being subverted.

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That's our protection, Glenn. And we're losing we're losing it, Glenn. And it's it's seriously a concern. And I think there's a fight that has to be made to preserve our First Amendment right, obviously, all of our American civil rights. But there does seem to be a Marxist attack on our First Amendment right now. And I'm not afraid to say that because I think there's a lot of sufficient evidence to prove. So there's more than enough.

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Drew, thank you so much. Thank you for your bravery, your courage and for all the work you do. And please look at us as help. If you ever need anything, you just reach out to me.

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Thank you to.