โ€œRunning Out Of Optionsโ€ - Supreme Court Keeps Trump on Ballot Infuriating the Establishment

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5 Mar 202420:04

Summary

TLDRThe video script discusses the unanimous Supreme Court ruling against efforts to bar former President Trump from running for office again. It delves into the significance of this decision, with the host, Vinnie, highlighting the Supreme Court's role in upholding federal authority over state-level decisions. Vinnie also explores the potential reactions and strategies from both sides, suggesting that the establishment may resort to more extreme measures to prevent Trump's candidacy. The discussion encompasses themes of fairness, accountability, and the preservation of democracy, while also critiquing the media's handling of the issue and the potential for further escalation.

Takeaways

  • ๐Ÿ˜ƒ The Supreme Court unanimously ruled against efforts to bar former President Trump from running for president again, emphasizing the need to prevent a state-by-state patchwork on Trump's candidacy.
  • ๐Ÿค The ruling was celebrated by Trump as a big win for America, while challengers saw it as a narrow technical off-ramp that didn't address the full story.
  • ๐Ÿ‘จโ€โš–๏ธ Liberal justices criticized the majority for exceeding necessary bounds, echoing concerns about avoiding unnecessary rulings.
  • ๐Ÿ—ณ๏ธ The ruling essentially affirmed that a single state should not decide who gets to be president, emphasizing that it's a national issue governed by the U.S. Constitution.
  • ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ The Supreme Court's unanimous decision underscores the importance of fair and open elections, preventing electoral mayhem from states selectively disqualifying candidates.
  • ๐Ÿคฏ Some critics, like Keith Olbermann, have reacted with extreme outrage, calling for the dissolution of the Supreme Court, highlighting the deep political divide.
  • โš–๏ธ The ruling was not surprising, as the oral arguments in February had already hinted at the court's leanings towards a federal approach.
  • ๐Ÿ”ฎ The ruling marks a significant setback for the establishment's efforts to prevent Trump from running, leaving them with fewer legal options moving forward.
  • ๐Ÿ” The establishment is expected to explore multiple campaigns and tactics in the coming months to undermine Trump's candidacy, as their desperation increases.
  • โšก Trump's ability to navigate these challenges effortlessly and let the game come to him, as described in the script, is seen as a formidable strength.

Q & A

  • What was the key ruling by the Supreme Court discussed in this transcript?

    -The Supreme Court unanimously ruled against efforts to bar former President Trump from running for President again, emphasizing the need to prevent a state-by-state patchwork on Trump's candidacy.

  • How did the hosts view the significance of this ruling?

    -The hosts viewed this ruling as a huge deal, with one host saying it was the biggest decision in the last eight years. They believed it was a major civics lesson for the American media, who were lobbying the Supreme Court as if to get the desired outcome.

  • What was the stance of the liberal justices on the ruling?

    -The liberal justices, including Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, and Ketanji Brown Jackson, criticized the majority for exceeding necessary bounds, echoing Chief Justice John Roberts' stance on avoiding unnecessary rulings.

  • What was the significance of Justice Elena Kagan's quote during the oral arguments?

    -Justice Kagan, one of the most liberal justices, questioned why a single state should decide who gets to be President of the United States, indicating that the issue was of national significance and not just a state matter.

  • How did the hosts view the reaction of the establishment and the left to the ruling?

    -The hosts believed that the establishment and the left were running out of options to prevent Trump from running, and they speculated that more campaigns and tactics might be employed in the next few months to undermine Trump's candidacy.

  • What did the hosts suggest about the potential for escalation from the left?

    -The hosts implied that the left might resort to more extreme measures, such as assassination attempts, as evidenced by the FBI's manhunt for an Iranian agent allegedly plotting to kill Trump and other officials.

  • How did the hosts characterize Trump's approach in light of this ruling?

    -The hosts suggested that Trump was reaching a level of calibration and stride in his approach, allowing the game to come to him effortlessly, which they believed would further frustrate his opponents.

  • What did the hosts say about the potential for future tactics from the establishment?

    -The hosts believed that the establishment and the left would not give up and would likely employ multiple campaigns and tactics in the next few months to undermine Trump's candidacy, as they had already tried various tactics that had failed.

  • How did the hosts view the Democrats' response to the ruling?

    -The hosts criticized Democrats like Hillary Clinton and Keith Olbermann for their reactions, which included calling for the dissolution of the Supreme Court and claiming it had betrayed democracy. The hosts saw these responses as extreme and indicative of Trump Derangement Syndrome.

  • What did the hosts say about the potential for a civil war or military intervention?

    -The hosts suggested that the ultimate goal of the establishment and the left might be to push for a civil war, which could then lead to military intervention and the confiscation of guns, effectively ending the game for their opponents.

Outlines

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๐Ÿ›๏ธ Supreme Court Unanimously Rules to Keep Trump on Ballot

The Supreme Court unanimously ruled against efforts to bar former President Trump from running for president again, emphasizing the need to prevent a state-by-state patchwork on Trump's candidacy. This decision was seen as a big win for Trump's campaign, while the challengers viewed it as a narrow technical off-ramp that didn't address the full issue. Liberal justices, including Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, and Ketanji Brown Jackson, criticized the majority for exceeding necessary bounds. Justice Amy Coney Barrett emphasized the unanimity of the decision while acknowledging differences in opinions and results.

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โš–๏ธ Significance of the Supreme Court's Unanimous Ruling

The unanimous ruling by the Supreme Court is considered a huge deal, as it essentially tells the states that they do not preside over federal matters like determining presidential eligibility. The most common rulings by the Supreme Court are unanimous, rather than the contentious 5-4 rulings that often make headlines. The ruling upholds the principles of accountability and fairness, preventing a state-by-state patchwork that could lead to electoral mayhem. The media's reaction to the ruling highlights their lack of understanding of civic processes and the role of the Supreme Court.

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๐Ÿ—ณ๏ธ Democrats' Failed Attempts to Stop Trump's Candidacy

The unanimous ruling by the Supreme Court is seen as a setback for the Democrats, who have made numerous failed attempts to prevent Trump from running for president again. These include the Russia collusion hoax, impeachment efforts, criminal indictments, and attempts by states to disqualify Trump from their ballots. Some Democrats, like Hillary Clinton and Keith Olbermann, have expressed outrage at the decision and called for undermining the Supreme Court's legitimacy. The ruling is viewed as a strategic choice by the Supreme Court to opt for long-term thinking over short-term political gains.

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๐Ÿ•ฐ๏ธ Trump's Effortless Stride and the Game's Momentum

The Supreme Court's ruling is seen as a significant victory for Trump, who appears to be hitting a stride where the game is coming to him effortlessly. As he faces less resistance, his popularity and support seem to be increasing. The narrator draws parallels to sports, where athletes are advised to let the game come to them naturally, rather than forcing things. Trump's ability to maintain this effortless stride is seen as a concerning development for his opponents, who are becoming increasingly frustrated and may resort to more extreme measures in the months leading up to the election.

Mindmap

Keywords

๐Ÿ’กSupreme Court

The Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States judicial system. In the context of the video, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled against efforts to bar former President Trump from running for office again, emphasizing the need to prevent a 'state-by-state patchwork' on Trump's candidacy. This decision is described as a 'big win for America' and a significant ruling on the federal level regarding presidential eligibility.

๐Ÿ’กInsurrection

Insurrection refers to an act or instance of revolt against civil authority or an established government. The video mentions the question of whether a former president is 'disqualified for insurrection' from running for president again, referring to the events surrounding the January 6th Capitol riot. This question of insurrection and its potential implications for Trump's candidacy was a central issue addressed by the Supreme Court's ruling.

๐Ÿ’กElectoral Mayhem

Electoral mayhem refers to a state of chaos or disorder surrounding the electoral process. In the video, Justice Sonia Sotomayor is quoted as saying that allowing states to decide on disqualifying candidates could lead to 'electoral mayhem,' with states potentially barring candidates from their ballots based on partisan interests. The Supreme Court's ruling aimed to prevent such a 'patchwork' scenario and maintain a consistent, federal-level approach.

๐Ÿ’กCivics Lesson

A civics lesson refers to an educational lesson or understanding of how government and civil society function. The video criticizes the American media for needing 'a damn civics lesson,' suggesting they lack a proper understanding of the Supreme Court's role and the separation of powers between state and federal governments. The ruling is portrayed as a necessary civics lesson on the federal nature of presidential eligibility.

๐Ÿ’กTrump Derangement Syndrome

Trump Derangement Syndrome is a term used to describe an irrational, obsessive hatred or criticism of former President Donald Trump. The video suggests that some critics, like Keith Olbermann, are suffering from this 'syndrome,' as evidenced by Olbermann's call to 'dissolve' the Supreme Court over the ruling. The term implies an extreme, unreasonable reaction to Trump and decisions related to him.

๐Ÿ’กAssassination Plot

The video mentions an alleged Iranian plot to assassinate Donald Trump, Mike Pompeo, and others as revenge for the killing of General Qassem Soleimani. This assassination plot is presented as a potential threat or consequence of the Supreme Court's ruling, suggesting that some may resort to extreme measures to prevent Trump from running again. The inclusion of this plot portrays the high stakes and heightened tensions surrounding Trump's candidacy.

๐Ÿ’กCalibration

Calibration refers to the process of adjusting or fine-tuning something to the proper level or degree. In the context of the video, it is suggested that Trump has reached a level of 'calibration' in his approach, where he is effortlessly influencing events and frustrating his opponents without overtly trying. The use of this term implies a level of mastery or control over the situation on Trump's part.

๐Ÿ’กFloating

Floating is used as a metaphor to describe Trump's smooth, effortless, and seemingly weightless approach to the situation. The video compares Trump's current state to someone expertly dancing or 'floating' on the dance floor, implying a level of grace and ease in his handling of the Supreme Court ruling and the reactions to it. This 'floating' phase is presented as a concerning development for Trump's opponents.

๐Ÿ’กCommon Sense

Common sense refers to sound, practical judgment or the ability to perceive and deal with situations in a reasonable and sensible manner. The video suggests that the Supreme Court's unanimous ruling prevailed through 'common sense,' even among the liberal justices who disagree with Trump politically. This implies that the decision was based on a logical, impartial interpretation of the law and Constitution rather than partisan interests.

๐Ÿ’กAmerica First

America First is a political slogan and ideology that emphasizes prioritizing the interests and well-being of the United States over other countries or international organizations. In the context of the video, the Supreme Court's decision is framed as putting 'America and the Constitution first' before political parties or personal biases. This aligns with the 'America First' rhetoric and the idea of upholding national interests and the rule of law above partisan divides.

Highlights

The Supreme Court unanimously ruled against efforts to bar former president Trump from running again, emphasizing the need to prevent a state-by-state patchwork on Trump's candidacy.

Trump celebrated the decision as a big win for America, while the challengers saw it as a narrow technical off-ramp that didn't address the full story.

Liberal justices, including Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, and Ketanji Brown Jackson, criticized the majority for exceeding necessary bounds, echoing Chief Justice John Roberts' stance on avoiding unnecessary rulings.

Justice Amy Coney Barrett emphasized the unanimity of the decision while acknowledging differences in opinion and results.

The media needs a civics lesson because they were lobbying the Supreme Court as if to lobby the court to get what they want, which is not how it works.

During oral arguments on February 8th, Justice Elena Kagan, the second most liberal justice, questioned why a single state should decide who gets to be president, suggesting it's a national issue.

The decision was expected to be 5-4 in favor of Trump, with Roberts joining the conservative majority and Sotomayor siding with Kagan and Jackson.

The most common rulings by the Supreme Court are unanimous, contrary to popular misconception that 5-4 rulings are more common.

The ruling upholds the principles of fairness, accountability, and preventing a patchwork of state-by-state decisions on a federal issue.

Democrats have attempted various failed tactics to disqualify Trump from the ballot, including the Russia collusion hoax, impeachments, indictments, and now state-level efforts.

Keith Olbermann called for dissolving the Supreme Court, illustrating the extreme reactions from some on the left who didn't get their desired outcome.

Hillary Clinton expressed disappointment and called on the American people to prevent Trump from getting near the Oval Office again, despite not having read the opinion.

The FBI launched an urgent manhunt for an Iranian secret agent accused of plotting to assassinate Trump, Pompeo, and others, suggesting potential threats against Trump.

The establishment and left are expected to deploy multiple campaigns and tactics in the next 8 months to prevent Trump's candidacy.

Trump has reached a level of calibration and effortlessness in his approach, allowing the game to come to him and frustrating his opponents without actively trying to do so.

Transcripts

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unanimous question mark top takeaways

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from Supreme Courts ruling to keep Trump

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on the ballot this is USA today's story

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it was very hard for them to write this

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article but they did their best thumbs

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the Supreme Court unanimously ruled

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against efforts to Bar former president

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Trump from running again emphasizing the

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need to prevent a state-by-state

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patchwork on Trump's candidacy Trump's

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celebrated decision as a big win for

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America conversely The Challengers saw

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the ruling as a narot technical offramp

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that didn't address the full story

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liberal justices including Sonia Sodom

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Elena Kagan and Katan G Brown Jackson

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criticized the majority for exceeding

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necessary bounds echoing Chief Justice

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John Roberts stands on avoiding

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unnecessary ruling Justice Amy Cony

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Barrett emphasized the unanimity of the

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decision with acknowledging differences

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in opinion and the results

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90 I believe what the results was Tom so

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Tom how big of a deal is this story I

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mean everybody's seeing it some are not

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selling it as a big deal some are saying

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this the biggest decision of the last

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eight years how big was this this is

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huge um back on February 8th on this

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podcast we talked about how big it was

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going to be because the opening

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arguments and people need to understand

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America needs a civics lesson excuse me

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American Media needs a damn civics

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lesson because they're lobbying the

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Supreme Court as if you Lobby the court

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to get what you want oh just support

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Colorado keep them off the ballot that's

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not the way it works and you don't want

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the back end of this how big was this

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let me tell you how big this was you had

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the supreme court hearing first of all

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they agreed to hear the case they didn't

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have to do that but solicitor general

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and four justices Is What It Takes says

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okay we'll agree to hear the case so

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they hear the case February 8th oral

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arguments are heard and what was very

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interesting I think the qu here's a

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quote from from the Supreme Court I

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think the question you have to confront

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is why a single state should decide who

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gets to be president of the United

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States in other words you know this

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question of whether a formal president

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is disqualified for Insurrection to be

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president again that sounds very

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National to me who said that Elena Kagan

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the second most liberal Justice on the

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court oh wow that was her that was her

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and so that's during the oral arguments

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on February 8th and then you know the

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media wasn't paying attention that here

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were the people that already felt it was

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National and were on the record saying

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it's National and that that the states

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don't read the Constitution to make a

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decision on the state level that's a

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federal document the US Constitution so

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here we go let's count you ready to

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count with me let's go okay Clarence

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Thomas one says then you've got the

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Trump Trio Amy Comey Barrett two says

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Neil Gorsuch three Brett Kavanagh four

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and our friend getting older Clarence

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Thomas five so that's 5-4 decision

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ladies and gentlemen this was 54 going

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down as far as long ago as January 15th

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so why is it big it was big because

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Roberts went with the conservative

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majority on this saying it's a federal

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thing John Roberts and and Sandra sodomy

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who we just heard heard didn't here from

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her to Elena Kagan sodar is very big on

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voters rights and so she's not going to

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line up on this because if you allow

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them to do it she called it basically

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that you would have electoral Mayhem

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meaning States would say you're off the

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ballot you're off the ballot well it

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only takes one election for the other

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side to have a majority and then they

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take guys off the ballot so sodomy was

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like no we can't do this seven there's

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seven remember I said it was going to be

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72 you did and I thought uh keni Katan

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Jackson and I thought that um s Elena

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Kagan will go the other way but during

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arguments Kagan was the one that just

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gave the quote here so this was a very

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big deal to basically tell the States

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you do not preside over Federal things

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period that's the way it went um and

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that was huge and the news media needs a

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civics lesson because they were all

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yesterday freaking out Adam well to all

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the Vinnie haters out there that think

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Vinnie can't count to nine he just

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proved you wrong he only got the seven I

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but something tells me he knows eight n

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i could I could have done it I think you

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know 10 as well he can't count the 21

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unless he's naked

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hey hey top um well let's go over

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Colorado was the first state that

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introduced this uh into the atmosphere

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and then I think it was followed by

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Maine and Illinois uh but I think it's

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great to see that there's just a

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universal ruling uh by the Supreme Court

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Rob I sent you something by the way um

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you know you tend to think that 9 O's

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are sort of anomalies like oh my God

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90's completely

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unanimous um we the the

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54 um rulings tend to get all the

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headlines it's contentious who knows

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what's going on um but here it keep

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scrolling down despite popular

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misconception the most common rulings by

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the Supreme Court are in fact 90 meaning

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they tend to agree with each other

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universally more than disagree

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uh the 54 gets contentious Rovers weight

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everything that gets polarized out there

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but this is a very common ruling and

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this is a very common sense ruling um

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one of the key words that we always use

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around here is accountability another

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rule another word that I think should be

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uh vocalized is the concept of fairness

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and you know the right to a fair trial

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the right to a fair jury a fair judge

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and this just seems fair universally so

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I think you know last Point uh to my

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Democratic friends out there with Donald

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Trump you know you're accused of

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politization of the justice system

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you're accused of election interference

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here's my advice win the game during the

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game AKA election stop trying to win

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this thing in the pregame win or cheat

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because I made I took a little bit time

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I made a list of all of the left all the

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Democrats made up up to date failed

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election interference tactics this is a

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whole different game that they're

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playing first and I'm going to do this

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fast Obama CIA spied on Trump in his

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campign yeah yeah okay ready Obama spied

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on Trump in his campaign one okay

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Hillary in the DNC fake Russian

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collusion hoax two they impeached him

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twice three they indicted him four times

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arrested him four times 91 criminal

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charges none of that worked so then okay

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then all these states Tred to disqualify

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him from their ballots that just failed

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90 okay and now you have people like

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Colorado Democrats Secretary of State

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Jenna grizwald she goes it will be up to

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the American voters to save our

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democracy remember I said that about a

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couple months ago you're going to keep

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hearing that now that that it's election

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year and then Keith alberman P I don't

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know if you saw this guy Rob can you

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show the his tweet you want to talk

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about Trump derangement syndrome and I

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think that there should be a home there

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should be a a a new practice that like

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for psychiatrists that just deal with

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Trump the arrangement syndrome we could

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have like maybe value tment could start

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it what do you mean that's how I got

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cured buddy well that that's what I'm

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talking so he's malfunctioning so bad

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look at this thing he goes the Supreme

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Court has betrayed democracy its members

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including Jackson but he's turning on on

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his own people and sador have proved

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themselves inept this is the Supreme

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Court to reading comprehension and

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collectively the court has shown itself

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to be corrupt and illegitimate it must

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be dissolved he's calling for the

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desolution hold on he wants to dissolve

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the Supreme Court okay this is what he's

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talking about because they wouldn't do

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what he wants yeah because he's a

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scumbag and then Hillary Clinton Rob I

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sent that clip of her on Instagram I

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love it anytime something like this

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happens they always have to go to the

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Hillary look at Hillary Clinton's

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attitude on let me see if she says

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saving

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democracy without talking about the

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opinion which I haven't had a chance to

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read and study she might kill some

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people Court would make that decision I

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can't hear this can you go back please

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I'm not surprised that ultimately it's

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up about the opinion which I haven't had

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a chance to read and study um I'm not

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surprised that this court would make

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that decision and I'm not surprised that

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ultimately it's up to the American

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people to prevent him from Ever Getting

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near the Oval Office again and that's

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what we have to do meaning actual

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election you ready for this this is

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coming from the woman that started the

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entire fake Russian collusion that

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people still are talking about today so

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here's my question Tom I want to ask you

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too like now what the establishment is

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running out of options okay they either

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have to you know let the vote happen

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which they'll probably do something

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something with mail and ballots or some

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weird thing or they're going to have to

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like killing him killing Trump is it has

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to be on the table and this is where I

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came up with this story I found

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yesterday uh Pat this story came out

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yesterday on the same day that they

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ruled on this the FBI rob you have this

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one the FBI Miami has launched an urgent

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Manhunt for Iranian secret agent ma

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Majid destani fani I said that with the

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Persian slang he's accused of plotting

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to assassinate Trump air officials

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including M Mike pompe

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and the Revenge killing for Iranian

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General Hussein solomani so according to

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leaked us intelligence it is alleged

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that the terrorist leaders are seeking

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to revenge for the killing of solomani

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and they have made life-threatening

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threats to Donald Trump Mike Pompeo and

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general Kenneth McKenzie maybe that's

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one of the reason that they're leaving

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the Border wide open because it's votes

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okay it's potentially bringing in these

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soldiers for cyber attacks and let's

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just say let's just say this guy's

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mission is to go and knock out Trump

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anything listen anything is on the table

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with these people I I'll I trust the

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government zero and I know a lot of

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people out there like oh Vinnie's this

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crazy conspir no no no no no these

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people are here it's out in the open and

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they're not even hiding anymore their

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goal is to get rid of this guy because

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if you think about it what do they want

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at the end of the day Civil War pushes

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the Civil War have the military come in

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and take our guns and it's game over I

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think it's I think it's really really

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simple I when you look at guys like

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Keith obman and not that we should be

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talking about him or giving him you know

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any credit or anything here it's which

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is a greater greatest threat to

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democracy fair and open elections or a

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guy that doesn't get his way and wants

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to dissolve one of the three branches of

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government that guy the ladder the

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ladder where's the greater threat to

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democracy good Lord but by the way Le

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let's let's kind of flip this real quick

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okay let's say actually I'm trying to

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find a story here from a book that I

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want to read to you guys I'm having a

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hard time finding it hopefully I'll find

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it here in a second let's say this

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actually went the other way around let's

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say the left had control of Supreme

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Court 72 and let's say they actually did

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do that what happens today what happens

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to America today what does Tuesday look

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like if yesterday goes 72 the other way

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around he's off the ballot you know what

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that means guess who's been sticking

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around the elections for all this time

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not dropping out does her name start

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with Nikki of course it does guess what

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she was hoping for that exactly she was

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hoping for this to happen because this

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was her way of being president Nikki

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right so very strategic on her end

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secondly yesterday I had one of my

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favorite conversations of the year with

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steo steo from uh uh uh Jack Jack he

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came up here he pulled up here with his

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RV he had me on his podcast him and five

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of his friends and his dad was the best

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conver I'm telling you one of my

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favorite conversations maybe the podcast

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was 2 hours that we sat on talking and

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at first I'm like I don't even know what

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the hell we're going to be talking about

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it was unfreaking believable the combo

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we had yesterday right and his dad and

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you'll see this is not very optimistic

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about what's going on with America his

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dad used to be an executive he was a

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former president of Pepsi in Brazil and

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uh steveo's dad his dad his dad is a

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legit legit guy it's got a citizenship

12:14

from three different countries UK US and

12:16

Canada mhm and we started talking about

12:19

what direction America's going right now

12:21

and he says look this thing is done with

12:23

this is this is in a place there's

12:25

nothing else you guys can do about it

12:26

you know he was very negative about it

12:29

wasn't very much optimistic about the

12:31

whole thing that's going on here with

12:32

America we should get him a future looks

12:34

bright shirt for me for me I am convince

12:38

this run again I've been talking about

12:40

this the last few weeks this run started

12:42

off with Obama's first term they won

12:45

they injected Obamacare your taxes are

12:48

not going to go up you're not going to

12:49

feel a thing you know you're not going

12:51

to have a single penny what happened to

12:52

taxes overnight boom business owners

12:54

felt if you want to keep your doctor you

12:56

keep your doctor keep your doctor it was

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all a lie none of that stuff happened

13:00

then uh all of a sudden racism started

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coming back up in America everybody

13:03

started feeling like oh my God America's

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racist America's racist so then second

13:07

term they got back-to-back wins then

13:09

Trump messed it up for them and he tried

13:12

everything in his power to make sure

13:13

Trump wouldn't win all that stuff's not

13:15

coming out and Trump won so then the

13:17

series is two to one the left is still

13:19

up then Biden wins very strategic

13:22

Twitter files the only files we know is

13:25

Twitter files you know what files we

13:26

don't know we don't know YouTube files

13:28

we don't know Google files we don't know

13:29

Facebook files we don't know any of the

13:31

other files the only files we know right

13:33

now is Twitter files right the X Files

13:35

whatever you want to call it right files

13:37

exist that's right they do exist so then

13:40

uh Biden wins now you have this so

13:44

today the fact that the nine Supreme

13:48

Court Justices especially the left chose

13:52

to go this route that means they're

13:54

choosing long-term thinking instead of

13:56

short-term thinking Kudos today them

13:59

okay it's great that logically they were

14:01

able to sit there even though they can't

14:03

stand a trump they cannot stand the fact

14:06

that this guy's going to be the

14:08

candidate so then this leads to a story

14:11

from variety Rob do we have the variety

14:13

story here where they're kind of like

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you know so many great people have

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stepped away and they've been so Noble

14:21

to step away Rob Tom you know which

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story we're talking about was it variety

14:25

Tom you and I were talking about it

14:26

yesterday in podcast prep Tom I'm

14:28

talking you know was ity or was it some

14:30

else was it uh uh do you know what story

14:33

I'm talking about or no okay so remember

14:35

when they said why doesn't Trump just

14:37

step away and no longer run was it

14:40

variety or was it a oh yeah yeah yeah

14:42

yeah yeah and they were like um they

14:43

were actually pointing it out at Biden

14:46

they said there have been some great

14:48

people that stepped away Harry Truman

14:50

stepped away Lyndon Johnson stepped away

14:52

though do you remember who whose story

14:54

that was that said that I don't know

14:56

anyway so what's the point uh uh guys

14:58

one of your ringers is on so if you can

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turn off your ringer or someone's

15:01

ringers on so they they now want him to

15:04

step away they want Bon to step away

15:07

they desperately want Trump to step away

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okay they're like look why don't you