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February 05, 2024 Episode 925
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Trump Attorney Christina Bobb joins the show to talk 2024 and her book "Stealing Your Vote" as well as what may be in store for the rest of the election cycle!

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Speaker 6:

Welcome to Making Sense of the Madness Jam Pack Show. Today we've got Christina Bob Trump attorney and author of Stealing your Vote to talk 2024 and beyond. We're going to take a look at Nikki Haley, kamala Harris and much more. Buckle up and get ready to make sense of the madness. My question is why won't you debate Nikki Haley?

Speaker 8:

Oh my God, it's her, the woman who was in charge of security on January 6th. It's Nancy Pelosi.

Speaker 3:

For the 100th time, that is not Nancy Pelosi, it is Nikki Haley.

Speaker 10:

You spent $50 million in your own legal fees. Do you need to borrow some money?

Speaker 8:

Oh, nikki, don't do this. Nikki, nikki, nikki, don't lose that number. Nikki Haley Joel Osment, nikki Haley Joel Osment, we call her Six cents. Remember that one? I see dead people.

Speaker 10:

Yeah, that's what voters will say if they see you and Joe on the ballot.

Speaker 6:

Oh, and there it is the establishment continuing trying to push Nikki Haley as the Republican nominee. I got to admit the guy doing Trump, he's been dynamite on SNL, but Nikki Haley is not electable and Vivek Ramaswamy got it right when he called her Cheney in heels. However, it looks like the establishment is going to have her stick around for the long run and hope to somehow get her into that position as the nominee. To talk about that and much more is Trump. Attorney and author of Stealing your Vote, christina Bob. Christina, thank you so much for joining us. You know, with what's already ensued in the primaries, it's become very apparent to many of us that the establishment is playing a method of trying to wait Trump out and hopefully have something within these trials that somehow subverts his primary candidacy where they can install Haley. Is that something that's being talked about behind the scenes? Is that something that you feel is plausible? Is that the plan of the establishment? Rnc.

Speaker 11:

Well, I think it's their hope and I think you're exactly right for calling it out for what it is. I mean the fact that Saturday Night Live is propping up Nikki Haley I mean you don't get much more establishment than that. The fact that liberals are doing everything they can to help Nikki Haley goes to show they're all terrified of Donald Trump. Now, I think the only play that they could potentially have is some sort of, you know, legal drama that somehow undoes all of his popularity and gives them an opportunity to come in and actually try to win the election. Now, do I think it's plausible? No, I think Donald Trump is going to win and I don't think there's anything they can do about it, especially the Supreme Court case from the Colorado ballot case, that ballot access issue, whether he's going to be allowed on the ballot or not in Colorado. That's going to be decisive across the board, for all 50 states. He's going to be on the ballot, whether whatever Jack Smith does, whatever Fannie Willis does, whatever any of the Democrat party or the local Democrat operations are in the states. There's nothing they can do about it. He's on the ballot and he's going to win, and I think you know to your point. Everything you're pointing out that they're doing is that that's the only play that they have and it's not going to work.

Speaker 6:

Well, my next question is is that really the only play that they have? Because, again, a lot of people are seeing this influx of migration, possibly the attempt to legalize a lot of these people as voters, fast track them for the 2024 election. Now, again, you've done some of the most extensive work on what happened in 2020, with mail-in ballots, et cetera, before I even get into a disaster scenario. Is that a problem? Is that something you envision the Democratic party trying to do to supplement their vote or at least create an illusion that Biden or whoever they put out there can beat Trump?

Speaker 11:

Yeah, they are trying to do that most definitely. I mean, that's why they have the open border is because no Americans want to vote for them. So they have to bring in foreigners, people who are willing to invade our nation, to try to get the invaders to support them. So they are trying to do that Again. I don't think they'll be successful. I mean, look at what Texas is doing. Texas is basically saying, yeah, thanks for your input, supreme Court, well, we've got this. I mean, it doesn't get much more robust of a defense than that. I mean, texas is taking things into their own hands. I wish Arizona were doing that. I wish California were doing that, but they're part of the problem at the moment. That pains me coming from Arizona. But yeah, that is what Democrats are trying to do and you're making really great points and I hope that all of your viewers I'm sure they already do understand at this point. But the only thing not just the left, but the establishment, the only thing that the establishment can do, including all of these Rhino Republicans, is cheat. That's the only play they have, because the American people are angry. The American people are angry with the rhinos, they're angry with Democrats, they're angry that schools are being given to illegal aliens, and inner city students mostly, which are minorities, are being forced to not go to school, not get an education. They're supplementing $1,000 a day for these illegal migrants. But what about Americans that are there? I mean, they're spitting in our faces as Americans, and I think we're at the point where anybody who's paying attention can recognize that. The key is how many people are paying attention.

Speaker 6:

And on top of the supplementing $1,000 a day, just for the program they've now instituted in New York, that they will get prepaid credit cards of at least $1,000 per month per migrant. So again, this is rolling forward. I want to put forth yet another scenario where you could maybe sneak in some cheating. Not maybe, I would say definitely sneak in some cheating. Right now we're at a military escalation level that we really haven't seen since the war on terror, and the Bush administration was more behind the scenes in the Barak administration. But when you're poking the actual bear with Russia and Ukraine now for well over a year, and now you have things popping off in the Middle East and you are escalating with Iran, if there was some type of event, no matter where it happened, in a Westernized country, whether it be Canada, the United States, Europe, a nuclear variety or some type of disaster of that nature they could declare a national emergency. And here we have the mail-in ballot situation again because of a terror threat. And who knows, maybe they take it to the next level. I've kind of joked about this, but all of a sudden it's email ballots as well. Everybody thinks that's funny, but we've already seen so much madness out there.

Speaker 11:

So what should we take on that.

Speaker 6:

Obviously, I don't want that to happen, but we are in kind of unprecedented times and the border is wide open, which would also give the cover for some type of event, no matter who pulled it off.

Speaker 11:

Yeah, no, I think you're right. Just going back to the quick comment you made on email ballots, I have actually had to use an email ballot. It exists already and it has for several years, when I was a service member, I was at the United States Marine Corps. I was stationed in Germany during an election and I was a California voter at the time. I lived in California and I had to email my ballot and I was stationed in Germany. It's not like I was in the middle of Iraq or Afghanistan where we didn't have the ability to conduct a normal election, but it didn't matter. We could have set up a polling location on the base where all of the service members could have gone to vote, but we chose instead to use email. Yeah, so anyway, commenting on it, that's an actual thing. It's not great. I don't like it. I didn't like it then, I hate it now, but that is something that they could try to push. But as far as war goes, that clearly appears to be what they're trying to do. They are trying to get us into World War III for the purpose of keeping a stranglehold on power in the United States. It's not as easy as just, oh, let's go bomb somebody and declare war, and now we've cinched power. It's not that easy. If it were, they would have done it by now and I don't think that the states are going to fall for it. Like I said, look at what Texas is doing. They're pushing back on the federal government and saying, no, we're not going along with it, it's not a lawful order, we're not abiding by the Department of Homeland Security's order because it's not a lawful order. And I would think this national emergency, this fake and national emergency that they create for the purpose of creating a war, I would think there would be similar responses from the states going hmm no, you're manufacturing this. So I don't think and the worse this administration gets, the harder it's going to be for them to pull something off like that. So I wouldn't be surprised if they tried, but again, I don't think. I don't think they're going to be successful. But we need to prepare for it and that requires all of us getting involved. I mean, that's the drama I've been beating since 2020 is everybody needs to get involved in your local county and precinct. You have to know what's going on in your county, know what's going on at your precinct and work to clean it up. If you don't know how to do that, go to causeofamericaorg causeofamericaorg C-A-U-S-E ofamericaorg. Send them your zip code and they'll send you a list of grassroots organizations in your area that are doing this work. But everybody needs to be involved.

Speaker 6:

So you brought up the Supreme Court decision and what Texas is doing a couple of times. So now I really want to hit on that because, number one, it's an awful decision. It takes away the state's rights. You know this is a constitutional republic with a separation of power, with differences in states. And number one a state should always be able to defend itself and its borders. To send in the federalies to cut down fences or to take down barbed wire is really treasonous, but it shows where the Supreme Court is at Now. That's one question, because the Supreme Court has made some really egregious decisions, especially in the realm of voting and saying, basically we don't have standing to audit our national elections on any level at this point. But then you also brought up Homeland Security and they being the enforcers. Now Homeland Security didn't exist before 9-11 and, quite frankly, anybody that's looking at what it's become it has now become inverted on the American public, into the realm of political dissidents and anybody who would support political candidates again that the establishment doesn't like. So number one is the Supreme Court almost irrelevant at this point. How are we going to get around this? Because that did set in a terrible precedent for federal power, not just on a border level, but just about every single level in my opinion. And number two what do we do with Homeland Security? You know I love that Vivek Ramaswamy is now tag teaming with Trump, but one of his great ideas was to cut these federal bureaucracies in half by one day with the social security number thing and then get rid of a bunch of them. And I think Homeland Security needs to be maybe the first organization they take out completely. What are your thoughts?

Speaker 11:

Yeah, I agree, I was the executive secretary at the Department of Homeland Security. I'm very familiar with the department and it is redundant beyond belief. So, yeah, I would say, get rid of it. To your point, we didn't have it pre 9-11 and post 9-11. It's done nothing for us. So, yeah, I think we should go back to the pre 9-11 model where customs and border protection, ice, sisa it wasn't called SISA at the time, it was MPPD, but now it's called SISA. You know you've got the Secret Service and oh, there's another Citizens and Immigration Services, all of those kind of operational components of the Department of Homeland Security. They should all go back to being their own agencies without the bureaucracy of the department. That's the way it was before. The department certainly has added nothing to them. So I would support the idea of getting rid of the department, not the agencies that are actually doing the work. I'm just talking about the bureaucracy of the department. Oh, tsa is another one. Tsa doesn't need DHS over top of it. We don't need the redundancy of multiple bureaucracies for TSA to function at our airports. So, yeah, I agree with that. And as far as the bad precedent that the Supreme Court said, yes, they said a terrible precedent. However, I think it's backfired terribly with the way Texas has responded. I mean, they've basically said, no, we don't agree with you and quite honestly, it makes the Supreme Court look stupid that you have the states not even honoring their decision. So I think it should be a huge wake-up call to the Supreme Court that, hey, if you want to actually be relevant, if you want to actually have any authority in this nation, don't put the states in a position where they get to exercise their state authority Because, remember, the states are supposed to be more powerful than the federal government and the Supreme Court's decision in this recent border issue really tried to undercut that. However, it can't because it's constitutional. So, yeah, I mean, I agree, get rid of DHS. The Supreme Court can do whatever the Supreme Court wants, but then the states are going to use their authority and the Supreme Court is on the brink of dividing this nation worse than the Biden administration is. So I hope it was a wake-up call to those justices, particularly Amy Coney Barrett, that we're not playing your cute little game where you want to play the Sandra Day O'Connor swing vote. Sandra Day O'Connor was a swing vote when the parties were this far apart. You know we're miles apart now. You can't swing back and forth between the two and have any credibility whatsoever. So I hope that that was a wake-up call to Justice Barrett.

Speaker 6:

We got to take a break. When we come back, I want to talk about the 2020 election. I want to talk about any relevant court cases that are still pertaining to that election and then, of course, what's coming up in 2024. We're with Christina, bob, author of Stealing your Vote, and we'll be back after this.

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Speaker 6:

And we are back with Christina Bob. Christina, obviously you did some of the most seminal work when it comes to election and voter fraud in 2020. Could you go over some of that for us and take us through any of the cases that are of importance and still going on?

Speaker 11:

Yeah, so I mean there's a lot. There have been a lot of cases. There continue to be a lot of cases, I know recently in Georgia and one of Mike Lindell's cases, and then Garland Favarito as well. You know they had the expert Dr Halderman hack into the Dominion voting machines in court on the record, supposedly using a pen. I mean, those are the reports that are coming out. So that's one aspect of the fact that some of the discussions that have been going on are still continuing and they're still playing out in court. So we need to see what comes of that and what does that mean? All we saw was the doctor's testimony and saw that he made changes with the pen. That's what's being reported, but what else comes of that going forward? That is all still playing out. There have been a lot of challenges to voter rolls. There have been challenges to the election process. For example, in Michigan, there have been five court cases post 2020 about the 2020 election, where the challengers won the court finding against Jocelyn Benson, who's the Secretary of State in Michigan, basically saying the procedures that she used to execute the 2020 election were illegal. That's all happened. Great, you know. It hasn't it hasn't done anything to change 2020. But what it does do is make things a little bit harder in 2024. But there's a lot of people still fighting this. Fighting, you know, for voter ID or having equal access, meaning Republicans not getting kicked out. You know, scrubbing the voter rolls is a big one. So there's a lot, a lot of work that's being done and continues to be done. There's a lot more that still needs to be done, but thank God for so many great patriots that are stepping up and actually getting involved in being a part of this, because they're the ones that are saving this nation.

Speaker 6:

Now number one. I think it's important in the Lindell case to just bring about the discussion of the voting machines in general, because a lot of discussion has been swayed towards the mail in ballots and the ballot harvesting, etc. But in my eyes, you know, the electronic voting system in these regards the proprietary software, the inability to audit these things has been an issue well before 2020. We still have these in 2024. And you know I have to question any election that uses this type of material. So what has changed, if anything, for 2024 because the subtitle of your book is the inside story of the 2020 election, but what it means for 2024. So has there been any real change? You know, you just kind of alluded to the fact, yes, we're making it harder, but nobody's been criminally prosecuted, nothing's been overturned. So what can we expect coming up in the next eight to nine months?

Speaker 11:

Well, the criminal prosecutions aren't going to happen, while the criminals control the prosecutors. So that's not going to happen right now because they're in charge of all the attorney generals and the district attorney. I mean, look at Georgia. Fannie Willis is a district attorney in Fulton County and the attorney general, who is responsible for overseeing all of the district attorney and the state of Georgia, christopher Carr, is a Republican. I mean, let's not pretend like this is a Democrat issue. Republicans are the ones that are blocking this progress, and so the way I like to summarize stealing your vote is Democrats cheated, but Republicans are covering it up, and so, while that's incredibly frustrating, it's actually very encouraging for us, because all we have to do is clean up the Republican side. If we can clean up the Republican side, we're fine. The way that happens is by everybody getting involved. It has to be cleaned up at the precinct level. It has to be cleaned up at the county level. This is not something where you can sit back and look at the news and go, oh good, somebody's taking care of it. No, no, no, no. President Trump certainly is taking care of himself as far as managing all of the attacks coming against him by this establishment, but if you want, you know Selina County, kansas, cleaned up. I don't, you know, I don't know the actual name of the county in Kansas, but you know the middle America counties if you want to make sure that your elections are clean, you have to be a part of the problem. That is the biggest takeaway from everything. I spent months on the ground in Arizona, wisconsin, michigan, pennsylvania. I spent months on the ground talking to elected officials, volunteers, city clerks, workers, voters, everybody who I could talk to, and what I learned is we have to be involved. You cannot blindly trust that your government, your county, is doing right by you. You have to get involved and check their work, be a part of a grassroots organization that is checking their work. Better yet, go work for your county. If you're concerned that your county is not running your elections fairly, go work there. You know, not everybody can do that, but for those that can go, do it, and for those that can't, you know, volunteer, become an election worker. Volunteer one day, whatever it is. But we cannot, we cannot, cannot, cannot sit back and wag our fingers and say, oh, these people are so bad, look at how evil they are, and not do anything about it. It comes down to us.

Speaker 6:

I absolutely agree. You know people have to take action. They can't just be keyboard cowboys. They have to look in the mirror, realize nobody else is coming to save them and to be their own hero. But I want to shift gears to these other criminal cases against Trump right now, during this 2024 cycle. What are your thoughts on these cases? Obviously, the timing is there to try to subvert his 2024 reelection. They all seem contrived. However, we do have, like you said, a very corrupt court system. I've often said that I expect them to put him in jail for at least one of these cases.

Speaker 11:

You know what are your thoughts on that.

Speaker 6:

No, I listen, I hate to say it. You know. I remember I was talking to Roger Stone now it's got to be close to two years ago and you know I said I don't think they'll come after him criminally. If he doesn't do the 2024 thing, I go. If he does do the 2024 thing, I think they're going to hit him with multiple criminal investigations and probably put him in prison. Stone's response was well, you can still run for the president of the United States from prison. I've gotten that a bunch. Obviously, if it were to happen, it would be a fast prosecution and we're already in unprecedented territory, right with these four cases. So I mean being on the inside. What are your thoughts? I mean, what are people talking about on these cases? What is the likelihood that several of them will be brought to trial before the election? Because obviously that's the plan. And then what's?

Speaker 11:

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Speaker 6:

There.

Speaker 11:

Yeah well, first of all, I don't think Donald Trump's gonna go to prison. In order for that to happen he'd have to be convicted, and I don't think he's guilty. And I still, despite the loads of corruption we've seen in our court systems over the last few years, I still believe that justice will be done in this case, in all of these cases. As far as Alvin Bragg's case, that's not even on the calendar anymore. That was removed because he wanted to have his trial on Super Tuesday and then Judge Chuck at NDC when at her trial on Super Tuesday Of course, total coincidence neither one had anything to do with Super Tuesday. But so he removed his case and to my knowledge I don't think it's been recalendar, so that one's just stayed for the moment. The Washington DC case has also stayed pending the Supreme Court's review of the presidential immunity issue. It has not even left the Court of Appeals yet, so it's going to be a little while before that case before we figure out when that case could potentially go to trial. The Georgia case is falling apart in horrifically comedic fashion with how stupid it looks. I don't think there's a single chance in where that will ever go to trial before the election. Fannie Willis has stepped in it in the worst, most embarrassing kind of way. It's one thing to be caught doing something unethical, which is bad no attorney should do that unethical, potentially illegal, depending on how this all plays out. But when you do it in such a high profile manner with a sexual partner, that's just really, really embarrassing. It makes her look very uncredible. She's not believable. She can't be taken seriously as a prosecutor when she's sleeping with her subordinates. So that case is going to fall apart. That's not going to go to trial before the election. And then you've got the documents case in Florida, which I believe is also understated, pending the review of the classified materials. I shouldn't say it's understated. It was supposed to go to trial in May but that's not going to happen because the documents are classified and the defense team needed to have an opportunity to have their security clearances issued and then have a chance to review everything. So that case is going very slow as well. And if the Miami case actually does go to trial before the election which I think is a long shot, but if it does not, a chance he's getting convicted because he actually has a fair judge and a fair trial there, with most likely a fair jury and I don't think, I don't think there's a chance that he could possibly get convicted in Miami. I don't think it will go to trial. It should be thrown out on legal grounds before that. But you know who knows? So I don't. I don't know.

Speaker 6:

We are optimistic especially on that one, because I think that might be the ace in the hole. And why? Do I say that the? Classified documents case Only only because obviously, what Joe Biden has done with these classified documents before he was the president of the United States is much more egregious than Trump.

Speaker 11:

And if they can somehow. So if they can get the visual again, you know.

Speaker 6:

so if they can get the visual of some kind of a Trump conviction and obviously Trump had every right to have those documents he's the president of the United States. He was assisted in taking them to Mar-a-Lago, et cetera. Everybody has a library. Joe didn't Okay, they don't want Joe Biden as the nominee. I think that we would both agree on that. People are talking Newsome, people are talking Michelle Obama. However, the difference in the injustice system that if you did get a Trump conviction, they just let Joe Biden step down and then you don't have to admit that he's totally and completely dementia ridden. We just don't want to put the country through another one of these trials. Joe will admit he's done wrong and maybe they elect him first and insert somebody after the fact, or maybe they put somebody in at the very last minute in an unprecedented fashion, because he steps down Nixon style. I know that's a long shot. Conspiracy theory.

Speaker 11:

I don't see it. It doesn't say the chance. It does not say the chance. But then why do they sit?

Speaker 6:

on the Joe Biden for so long. I mean we're sitting here talking about the impeachment of Biden. They were trying to hide it.

Speaker 11:

It came out. They were trying to hide it. They never intended on revealing it, but someone on the left and a lot of this media, who apparently doesn't like Joe Biden, leaked it. They don't stand a chance. That documents case does not stand a chance. Not at all. There's no ace in the hole. I think if they have a case, the case that I would be most concerned about would be the one in Washington DC. Just because it's in Washington DC, they do not stand a chance with that case in Miami, not a chance in anywhere. Are they going to get a conviction in Miami, If it even goes to trial? I mean, there are so many legal reasons why Donald Trump was perfectly entitled to do exactly what he did with his own documents, so I don't even think it'll get to trial, but if it does, there's no way. There's no way, no way. If I'm wrong, by all means have me back on and I will apologize. You're super confident.

Speaker 6:

I'm just putting it out there. I just don't think we have much of a justice system left. Like you said, who is watching the watchers? I'm also very concerned about the DC cases. I'm concerned in general because if we do put this guy in jail again, we've already hit on.

Speaker 11:

President-elect Kerry, he's not going to jail. Stop talking like that. Why are you doing that? He's not going to jail.

Speaker 4:

He's not going to jail. No, no, no, no no.

Speaker 11:

Even if he got convicted which, like I said, I don't think he's getting convicted Even if he got convicted, he's not actually physically going to jail.

Speaker 6:

What do you think they do? They put him on house arrest in Mar-a-Long or something like that. I've seen that.

Speaker 11:

There's no way he's physically going to a prison. The Secret Service would never allow that to happen. There's no way he's going to prison.

Speaker 6:

Well, again, I know you're very confident. I'm not so much, Christina. What would you like to leave the audience with? How can they get your book? How can they support you? How can they keep up with everything that's going on in this 2024 cycle?

Speaker 11:

Yeah, please check out Stealing your Vote, the inside story of the 2020 election, what it means for 2024. And, most importantly, get involved. Go to causeofamericaorg and connect with them and have them put you in touch with someone in your area who is doing work to clean up your elections. Please, please, please, don't get sidetracked by these crazy show trials. Donald Trump's going to make it through them and when he does, we need to make sure that we have secured the elections. We cannot be distracted by that. So please get involved.

Speaker 6:

Christina, thank you so much for joining us. We really appreciate you. I love sparring back and forth. We're going to take a break. When we come back, we're going to have a story about diplomatic immunity. Anybody that tells you that there's nobody above the law, they're not a serious person. We're going to illustrate it after we come back from this break.

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MUSIC Only on 10th. A teenager facing a judge accused of running over a police officer.

Speaker 7:

We're learning. The suspect is the son of a diplomat and his attorney says he has immunity. Local tense Christian Dolorosa is live in Sunny Owls Beach with the exclusive Christian.

Speaker 15:

These are very serious charges against this young man but we're learning. These charges may end up being dropped because his father works for the Israeli consulate here in Miami, but this supposed immunity is under question tonight. This is 19-year-old Abraham Gilles Mugshot. He was arrested after police say he ran over a cop. Sunny Isles Beach police say it happened over the weekend. The police report says an officer was conducting a traffic stop on Collins Avenue near 174th Street. The officer reportedly spotted Gilles on a motorcycle weaving in and out of traffic and gave him loud, verbal, lawful commands to stop the officer claiming. Not only did Gilles ignore him, he says the young man on the motorcycle intentionally ran him over. The police man survived, but detectives say his leg was incapacitated. Gilles was arrested and charged for resisting an officer with violence and aggravated assault on a cop, but when he got to court they let him go home.

Speaker 6:

Mr Gilles is a diplomat son. He has consular immunity.

Speaker 15:

Turns out, gilles is the son of Eli Gilles, a consul for administration under the consulate general for Israel in Miami, his attorney claiming therefore he has something called consular immunity from criminal jurisdictions.

Speaker 14:

Immunity that's given to diplomats and their families when they're stationed here in the United States.

Speaker 15:

But this immunity privilege may not apply to all categories of diplomatic workers and their families, says legal analyst David.

Speaker 14:

Weinstein, diplomatic immunity is not given to people who are called consular officials, and those are people who are not the head diplomatic agent of a foreign country here in the United States. So there is a distinction.

Speaker 15:

So we've been reaching out to the Israeli consulate here in Miami for their reaction and to ask them directly if they believe this consular immunity applies in this case. So far their comment has been no comment.

Speaker 6:

That's right. Their comment is no comment. So let's break this down for everybody, all right? Think about it. We just spent a half an hour talking about an ex-president okay who clearly had the 2020 election stolen from him. First of all, the inability of him to audit the election and prove it was stolen, let alone prosecute any entity or person that clearly colluded against him to do so. Now, this whole thing, nobody's above the law. Nobody's above the law. No president in history, no foreign president in history, has been brought up on criminal charges especially, okay, in continuum to clearly keep them out of the next election cycle. And yet, basically, a kid, somebody like of college age, can go out and run down not just a regular person, which would be terrible and bad enough, but a police officer. I would assume they probably have body cam footage of this. I would also assume, if he had somebody else pulled over, there would be dash cam footage of some of this event. And not only is there not a trial, this person gets to go home no charge. And this person isn't even a diplomat with immunity. Now, I'm going to get into diplomatic immunity in just a minute, but just think about how absurd that scenario is. That's the scenario we live every day, and this is just one of the latest examples of this diplomatic immunity. Okay, it's ridiculous. Okay now think about this when you have espionage going on in just about any of these countries, their spies usually pose as somebody who works for the government or the consulate. I'm not saying that that is this case, but that is why they form diplomatic immunity, because black ops, okay, and foreign intelligence agencies, espionage absolutely exist 100%. And every once in a while, usually once or twice a year, there's like a swap sauce between first and second world nations. When they catch these people, okay, and they can prove what they're doing, and then they swap them out. Other times, their family members or they themselves get caught doing things. Their cover is never blown and what they have, that immunity, it's kind of a play on that idea of James Bond's license to kill, okay. So I just got to reiterate in this country where you have blow hearts constantly sitting up there and saying nobody's above the law, they thought they were above the law. They're not above the law, no, there are people in this country, 100% that are above the law. All right, and they don't necessarily have to be people of power. When you look at the war crimes of second Bush administration. Okay, and when I say second, I don't just mean the W is second administration, all of that administration. You know we talked about 9-11, homeland Security. I referenced the war on terror. It was the war of terror, right? Donald Trump, to his credit again, when talking about this not so long ago, what was he saying? He's like we spent $9 trillion blood and treasure. We got neither. We got a lot of blood, we got all the blood, didn't get the treasure. And you know he talked about the lives lost overseas. He also talked about, of course, the lives we've lost here. It's a big deal. It matters, okay, and for me, just to hear these talking points and see TDS still around at this point, but it's been marginalized a lot. I mean Joe Biden's done a lot to destroy the idea of, you know, trump being the bad man. Yeah, the orange man, the white nationalist, the Nazi, the racist, the bigot. A lot of people aren't buying into that. In fact, in the final segment of the show we're going to get into it. But I do want to move on to a couple other stories that are illustrating not only that they're trying to put Haley out there, but they're still desperately trying to make Kamala Harris into some type of a likable person or entity. So the good people at Newsweek have done what nobody asked for and done a popularity comparison with Nikki Haley Kamala Embarrass and Nikki Haley. They really, really, really want to prop up these strong women folks and look, the deal is, there's been plenty of strong women out there well before. Everything was sort of feminized. We'll also get to that in the next segment. What do I mean by that, guys? The first person I voted for president. First of all, it was a woman, she was a Democrat and she also happened to be black Checks, a lot of those identity politics, boxes of the left, all right, but she was a warrior, she was courageous, she was a truthful person. Okay, and that's why I did that. They ran at the Green Party, cynthia McKinney. Okay, and that's because I didn't feel like I was given another option and I really wasn't given it. You know, when you look at the people that they've put out over the years via the establishment right 04, carrie versus Bush right, think about that one right there Carrie versus Bush, a couple of blue blood skull and bones, embarrassments. And now John Kerry I mean he's stepping down as the envoy to the UN, but very much more in his capacities than Joe Biden, very much more running our foreign policy agendas globally than Joe Biden could even think about doing at this point, because he's riddled with dimension. And that's again why they're trying to sell you on Kamala, embarrassed because Lord knows what tomorrow brings. How Kamala got her groove back? Wow, well, she found her groove. And why be a vice president? Still gets tough to be the vice president, really. Really, I thought it was pancakes and happiness, rainbows and sunshine. It's tough to be the vice president of the United States. So you know, when we talk about serious people and serious entities, people that say that nobody's above the law not a serious person. Someone who writes a headline like that also not a serious person. Media outlet that would produce that type of garbage not a serious media establishment. We're going to take a break when we come back. I want to talk about big pharma and an aspect of these commercials I never really thought about but got exposed on a large scale level this week. It's making sense of the madness We'll be back after this Music.

Speaker 12:

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Speaker 12:

I'd have my mom call the number on the screen. You, you come see me alone. We'll work it out. Really we will, music.

Speaker 13:

But you're saying that pharma buys TV spots not to convince people to ask for specific drugs from their physicians, but to subvert the news business.

Speaker 16:

This is an open secret. Working for pharma? I never even thought of that. This is an open secret. The kind of silly ads you see between the news breaks the points of. That is not it's margely to impact the customer, but the pharma has already got that. They've already bought off the doctors. They're good on that. No, this is an open secret. The news ad spending from pharma is a public relation lobbying tactic, essentially to buy off the news. The news is a referee. They're not investigating pharma. Oh, I've noticed. The news has become basically a referee that you are a terrible anti-science luddite for asking why the shots that require kids to get that fundamentally by their own advertising, change the immune system of that child for life, why it's gone from 20 to 70. They even asked that question. The news referees that and calls you anti-science, when the two largest vaccine makers in the country are literally criminal enterprises Black Sox, smith, klein and Merck in the past five years has settled two of the largest criminal penalties in American corporate history for bribing and misleading bribing doctors and misleading, creating misleading research who are the two largest vaccine makers. So you literally have the media playing referee that you can't even ask a question.

Speaker 13:

If you have a vaccine injury and many people have, including some I know very well even a profound vaccine injury you're not allowed to complain about it.

Speaker 16:

No, no, no, you're anti-science. Even if it can be shown. This is a vaccine injury. The media plays referee because they're funded. So at all levels, right, wow, at all levels. This is very dark, kelly Meads. Well, I think it's hopefully empowering. I think this is why we have an opportunity here. Tucker, like Ozympic, this is not some new. Like you know, it's kind of this funny thing. Like you know, it's kind of vain. I can lose weight. This is going. The reason the stocks are going up is because this is going to be a lot of government money. This is going to be the highest funded drug from the US taxpayer in history. We've got a society. When are we going to say let's go another direction? Why are we trusting pharma now when they've been completely acting to garner no trust?

Speaker 6:

Exactly. Why are we in this abusive relationship where we're treated not just like children but like orphan children that are constantly abused and you're just supposed to look up to your big government and your big corporate parents? No, thank you, especially when it comes to pharmaceuticals. Now, if you watch my Kate's Brothers interview, I talked a little bit about Abilify, a psychotropic drug that you take on top of your other psychotropic drugs that aren't helping with your depression enough, but maybe Abilify will Now. Abilify is now part of the internet of bodies, but it's been around a very long time and you know you talk about these criminal enterprises. There are 2,800 lawsuits against Abilify, which, again, it's been around a decade and a half. And who did they target? Well, at first they targeted women, and when you hear the list of things that can happen with Abilify, you should be horrified. So let's play this old Abilify ad.

Speaker 2:

I'm taking an antidepressant, but it feels like I need some more help.

Speaker 3:

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Speaker 6:

Abilify has made a difference in my life. No, the involuntary movements that may be permanent. You think they should take you off those drugs. No, no, no. Now they've targeted more than just women, but they've also targeted weak men. So many men have taken all of these drugs. They now have something called targeted dyskinesia. So, no, let's not get them off the pills. Let's give them Ingresa instead. Let's play that clip.

Speaker 19:

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Speaker 6:

Ingresa, did you catch the end of that, did you? It may cause what? Heart complications and involuntary movements. Wait, I thought the pill was supposed to stop the involuntary movements. This is the insanity of where we are with big pharma and quote unquote, trusting the science folks. We got to take one more break. When we come back, we're going to talk 2024, msnbc and fake polling. Final segment of making sense of the madness after this this is Sean Morgan with Patriot TV.

Speaker 17:

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Speaker 18:

Well, thank you for that. Being a first responder whether you're law, fire, ems or dispatch you're exposed to many terrible things, and our suicide rate is 50% higher than all regular civilians. It's really based on the horrific things that we see on a regular basis traumatic accidents, suicides, homicides, drownings, cardiac arrest. What the Foundation does is they help raise money to be able to pay for the costly but very much needed treatment that we received once we're diagnosed with PTS.

Speaker 17:

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Speaker 9:

Let's just start with the bottom line. When you ask folks, hey, if it's the general election and it's Trump versus Biden, our poll Donald Trump now leads Joe Biden by five points. Compare that to the last time we pulled back in November. Trump was ahead then, but it was only by two points. It's even more significant when you look at it this way. Over time, we have been testing for five years now, going back to 2019, a Biden-Trump matchup. Remember 2019, 2020, joe Biden led, he led big, in every single one of our polls. For the first time in November, donald Trump pulled ahead in our poll, and now at five points. This is the biggest lead NBC has ever had in 16 polls for Donald Trump over Joe Biden. And, of course, undergirding all of this is this question of he is the incumbent, joe Biden. We ask voters what do you think of the job he's doing? And look at that Kristen 37% approved and now 60% disapproved.

Speaker 7:

And we should say that is the lowest approval rating since former president George W Bush's second term.

Speaker 9:

Yeah, and it's put that in further context to Bush in his second term wasn't running for reelection. Here's the presidents who were running for reelection in our poll, starting their reelection year. What was their approval rating? Bush was over 50. He won. Obama was almost that 50. He won. Trump four years ago was 46. He lost. Look how low Biden's number is compared to those predecessors at this point. Their numbers all much bigger than the president. Biden's. It shows you the improvement Biden has to make here in the coming months, the issues that are driving this to the economy. No surprise, We've been talking about it. But look at that advantage for Trump 22 points and securing the border here Folks say very important Trump with a 35 point advantage.

Speaker 7:

The economy is so striking, steve, because jobs are up, inflation is down. Voters aren't giving him credit for that, clearly.

Speaker 9:

Yeah, there are a couple areas in here, I think, where Democrats see potential opportunities to grow Biden support. Certainly they are hoping the economy folks change their perceptions of it and start rewarding Biden for it. That's what they're hoping.

Speaker 6:

Absolute ridiculousness, folks. Again, they're not giving him credit for inflation being down Not real, jobs being up Not real. And those polls, quite frankly, aren't real. It's like trying to put a bandaid on a jugular cut. The idea that Joe Biden is only what? Four points, five points behind Trump is absolutely, completely absurd. Look at the issues that matter. It's 20 plus points. I've been talking about it a very long time. These establishment polls are rigged. But even in the rigged poll on a network that called all these Trump supporters what? White nationalists, domestic terrorists, extremists, bigots, racists, the list goes on. Well, even in their own polls, they're voting for that guy, that guy. I mean the mainstream media is completely lost, completely propped up by an establishment narrative run by a globalist agenda that wants you drugged up and compliant Folks. I hope you've enjoyed making sense of the madness today. We're here over at Patriottv Monday through Friday, 6pm Eastern. However, things might be changing shortly, and for the better. For this show. You might just be getting a little bit more making sense of the madness coming up in the near future. You're at Patriottv, where the truth lives. Tomorrow, we got a jam packed show for you. We're going to be spending an hour with the Gateway Pundits own Joe Hop. You're not going to want to miss it. Remember to me, guys, never about left or right, always about right and wrong. I absolutely love you, guys. I'll see you on the flip side.

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Primary Manipulation and Election Strategy
Supreme Court and Homeland Security Decision
(Cont.) Supreme Court and Homeland Security Decision
Voter Roll Challenges and Election Process
Criminal Investigations and the 2024 Election
Diplomatic Immunity and the Justice System
Diplomatic Immunity and Political Corruption
IRS & Pharmaceutical Influence
Critiquing Polls and Mainstream Media