Let’s talk about Amazon’s new pharmacy product, also some highlights from the latest Tech CEO hearing involving Twitter’s Jack Dorsey and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. Also, Walmart reports a new shortage of toilet paper, and Florida drafts an “anti-mob” legislation that would allow its citizens to shoot rioters.
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Good morning, good afternoon or good evening, depending on when you’re tuning in. My name is Jonathan Torres Herrera and you are watching or listening to The JTH Show today. Lets talk about Amazon Pharmacy Tech CEOs and there are a Senate hearing, a new one Walmart reports, toilet paper shortage as a UN and Florida moves to allow its citizens to shoot writers. I know, but first really in trouble.
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Yes. I believe it’s a training ground exists. And that essentially what that means is that if you are being attacked or something, you, you can defend yourself with deadly force. Now some of that went into play. If you remember what the Trayvon Martin story, right, that happened in Florida and with the whole a tragic situation, that’s how you had the, the, the POS the person that killed Trayvon, get away with it because he was claiming, Hey, stand your ground. Now this, this new a piece of legislation essentially says, and it’s coming out of Fox news, by the way, essentially it says that DeSantis, right?
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Florida’s DeSantis moves to allow citizens who shoot looters riders, targeting businesses. Now this, you know, this whole thing comes after Florida has seen an increase are a protest that later on turn violent. Now I’ve said this before, plenty of times when you have people out doing their demonstrations or protests, right? It’s one thing. But as soon as a turn violent, as soon as they turn to the point where you have businesses being burned down, you’re going to lose a lot of people. And I’m one of them to be, to be quite Frank.
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You know, I’m not with the whole idea of, Hey, let’s go ahead and wait until we have enough people or people who are, are rowdy and enough to get them start throwing. You know, whether is a Molotov cocktails, you know, where they’re essentially they’re throwing them and then they, they blow up, right? Cause whatever, they have some type of liquid, some kind of a ignition that, you know, ignites once a stone, a you’re hitting officers with lasers that, you know, it can be damaging to the eyes. Of course you’re going and the spray painting on, on businesses, which by the way, and many times they belong to two people, two owners, or actually with the whole demonstration.
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Right. And I’ve seen articles where, you know, we have people that are like, Hey, I actually I’m actually with BLM for instance. Right. And my business got burned down to the ground. Like I supported people coming into my business with BLM. In fact, I don’t know that I can find it, but I remember a while back, like way back at the beginning of the year, there was an owner, a black business owner who said, Hey, he gave this counts for people that came in and spoke with him about I’ll BLM. It was like an unofficial BLM discount. I believe he, he owned like a barbershop or something. It was, it was a very minor story. But the point, I guess, was a, he, he had his business burned down along with, with others.
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It’s insane. Right. So if Florida hear a, yes, his trying to take it a step further and saying, you know what? We’ve got to give our business owners something to defend themselves with. Right. Without feeling that they’re going to be prosecuted later on for defending, you know, once side of me says, this is insane. What, what are you doing? That’s why I made that whole joke at the beginning where it’s like, yeah, of all places Florida cause Florida usually comes up with some pretty crazy shit. But this, you know, again, part of my brain is like, man, let me, what, what do you want to see? More and more people getting shot. You know, ’cause this essentially is telling business owners.
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They, you have to consider are probably, are really very afraid. They’re probably worried every single time there’s a protest near their business. And they’re like, Oh my God, do I have to sit outside of my business? Do what we mean? What do I have to do to protect? Oh, it’s okay. Remember at this point I would say that now I can take my gun down there and just shoot people, shoot riders that are, or leaders that are going to be coming, you know, at my business. So of course, a side of my brain, my brain says this, this insane. What, what are you doing? People who are going to take advantage of this, in my opinion, at least all the way. Right? But then on the other hand, I’m like, well, I I JT. You kind of have been saying, there’s the whole time.
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Right? That it, people are going to get tired of the BS. People are going to get tired of, you know, these again, so-called protests turning violent specifically and somehow magically at night. Right? I, and then again, going somehow after, and not just the police going after these businesses as are, they’re making their way across town. And you know, again, that side of my brain’s I, you know what the letter B, let’s see if this deters people. So I’m going to be honest with you. I’m very split down the middle as a business owner. I can understand the, the business owners that are, that are worried, right? ’cause this is her livelihood as just another citizen of this nation.
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I’m like, this is insane. It could be that a random person is caught in the middle of these protests. It could be that someone that lives across the street, we have to understand that there’s a lot of places, right? A lot of the cities, including the Florida that have a mixture of apartments, an example of people that live right on top of businesses. And then now you’re going to have these shootouts sanctioned by essentially the governor saying, go for it, the fan you’re a business and encouraging them. Now you have a stray bullets. I mean the, the, the hypothetical, you can get real crazy here. So, you know, what am I 100% with this and no Dwayne or Stan where the frustration is coming from.
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Yes. And you showed to, you know, I don’t think anybody really should just be, you know, blindly for one side or the other. I don’t think people should be like, yeah, screw them. Get your guns out. That are getting a buying guns and a crazy amount. And then, you know, lets just, you know, sit outside of our businesses and throwing people. The hay I’ll shoot you. Cause I can now, now, right? Hell no, I’m not. I’m not for that at all. And now at the same time, no, this is not me saying, Oh, I’m going to continue protesting, continuing burning places down. Absolutely not as well now. So this would be if anything, a warning for many people, because if this allegedly by the way, this anti mob is only, I believe being drafted or I read drafted, excuse me.
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It’s I don’t think it’s it’s gone into, into Law yet, but it should be a sort of like a warning for people. Right? Because I guess what, if this were to go into effect and Florida, what is it to say that it won’t go into effect anywhere else than any other copycats, they will be like, you know what? This is what Florida did. Screw it. Let’s let’s do that. Right. And then a and then we can see more casualties come out of that. Right. Because whatever you said before, it incites people. So now you have people possibly saying, you know what? Business owners can have guns. Okay. And I’ll take mine too. This is not a matter of whether its legal or not. This is not a matter of whether the whole on-duty are they carrying your gun? Legally? I forget about that. I forget about it right now.
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It’s about Oh, okay. Well the governor is going to let them have guns. I’m going to take mine illegal gun out too. And then we’ll have a shootout. You can get pretty crazy. Right. Sorry. Let’s move on to the next story. And that is following up on what Amazon recently announced. And that is that they are on top of basically being what, everything already out for us, you know? Like there’s like, you know, obviously you’re centered Amazon stores and you have the fact that they sell produce and, and books and essentially everything that was going to be there. Like, you know what we, we haven’t sold yet. And I even, their analysts were probably like, dude, I mean, Basil’s come on, man. Like what do you want to sell now? Like what diamonds, like, and not move for 2025, but know, you know, we have to go into pharmaceuticals and now it is now it’s so, so Amazon announces and saying that they are now going to be a fulfilling prescription medication.
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So we’re not talking about this here. You’re ordinary Tylenol. You technically are. You actually can already order that. No, no, no. This is full-blown that let’s just say you have some type of a dysfunction. All right. From my gentleman out there, I’m sorry. You got to Amazon bound, bound, bound. What take care of your problem there. Of course, as long as the doctor prescribes it, right? If a, you have a, maybe a anything to do with you, with your pregnancy, most medication to prescribe it as well. A plan B. I got you. Don’t worry about it. If you have prime in one to two days, you take care of that prior and be, or a plan B, excuse me.
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Some of the call it, right? So essentially everything is what they are going to be providing, except for anybody freaks out, except for schedule two drugs, which include most of opiates, opiods drugs. Right? What does that mean? A witch is actually what I feared earlier. Once I looked into the story, honestly, I got a little bit of a relief. Why? Because unless something changes, right? I was worried. I was worried and all of a sudden, a lot more packages, we’re going to go missing right between. I’m going to be honest. And I don’t mean to offend any drivers out there, but between drivers losing certain packages are like the rattling, the like, okay, the school and this one got missing or, or just people to Thebes.
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I mean, that’s, that’s a, that’s just a normal thing that Amazon suffers, right? You have a package thieves that they just, they see ring the ring doorbell sometimes, you know, I grabbed them and they run. So I wasn’t concerned and thinking, damn, you know, because some of these thieves can definitely start, you know, making a way who gets their stuff delivered. It looks like on mail where they may over, there are a sharper from arthritis and she probably has some pretty good, a sleeping pills. Let me go get that from her on a, on every other month or something. A lot of that ran through my head. I’m thinking, you know, damn that, that, that, that Mark is an expand aggressively with Amazon because now Amazon is going to be delivering two, the drug dealers. But no, that is not the case, not schedule two.
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So now that we can have a rule that out of the way, I will tell you that they are some stores that are pre damned concern over this. And that is of course your stores like CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, pharmacy, and ride, and even a Walmart some of those retailers actually their stock dropped today significantly as soon as the story came out. Right? Because you have, of course, again, someone that has proven their power in the world of online. And I was going to say, and the U S butt in the world, because Amazon is expanding everywhere. Right? So they are, they are, they have proven their capacity to get, to get shit done. Right? They are not an insignificant little company that, you know, emerging or for that matter, maybe, you know, in the marketplace, but, you know, Hey, there, there are a bigger players.
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Amazon arguably too many other than maybe Walmart is probably becoming quickly. If not already pretty much the, the biggest provider of, of what everything nowadays. Right? Other than automobiles. And again, Jeff basis, like, hold my beer, I got you for 20, 30, the Amazon car or something crazy like that. You know? So because they have proven their power at a, in the market place, you know, a lot of these stores now, I guess you can call them smaller stores and comparison like Walgreens, that like, are you serious? And then we already have to sell diapers and, and little stupid toys and, and random stuff in our stores.
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You’re going to take the one thing we’re known for pharmacy. Like you have everything, Jeff Bezos, you are going to come after a farm and say, okay, fine. So yeah, at this point, you know, they are going to be putting this in place immediately. They are not going to be serving the entire United States yet. There will be some States left out and that is Hawaii, Illinois and Tucky, Louisiana and Minnesota or now. Right. Cause I need to find, I guess, are in the workarounds or a wa when it comes to their laws, I guess, for their States and, and how they can operate as a, as a company that provides not a pharmaceuticals, not if you’re worried or if you already excited for this, it is available for prime members that are going to be certain discounts.
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You’re going to be able to, to allegedly compare before you check out your payment, where the insurance copay, without how much you can save, if you’re a prime member and then just how much you would just pay for it, if you’re just shopping randomly and Amazon Pharmacy, and then you’re like, Oh, you know, I’ve never been here, but I’m going to try it.
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So essentially this also,
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At least in my opinion brings up a pretty damn good question. Is it going to be Amazon of all companies to fix the big pharma problem we have in the U S now a buddy of mine replied some pretty good points. Right? In fact, I can remember them all, but he know, he says some stuff like, Hey, there’s going to be some, some stuff that you’re going to have to reform an example of patents. You know, that it’s a big problem. I’m in the United States specifically when it comes to some of these companies panning their medication and then just marking up the prices like crazy. So, you know, he brought some good points now, you know, even though, even though I can consider all that and how difficult it could be, we’re talking about Amazon here.
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We are not, again, we’re not just talking about a Walgreens or CVS, right. Amazon who, who, if they’re going into this, it’s because you know, they’re not going into it to at least not from my, from my point of view. Right. And that they’re going into this has to, because they see money, they see potential. Because like I’ve said about pretty much every big company, right? I’ve said it before, these companies are not, you know, the mother Teresa or non-profits or whatever, right. They’re not, they’re not doing it just because of the good of the people know they’re going to be doing it because the good of their pockets. And if they’re going into, to, to deliver, you know, pharmaceuticals is because they see a lot of potential. Now with that, I think the only way for them to be able to do something crazy like this, and to think like, this is a good idea.
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Not only, obviously there’s a demand, but in my opinion is because I think they already had a plan, right. Lobbyists, ready to go to figure out how they can, you know, keep some government politicians happy because by the way, something else that I pointed out there is going to be a lot of politicians. I’m going to be pretty pissed off. Because if you’re not aware, even if you do live in the United States, there is a lot of what are we going to say? Yeah, corruption. Right. I was thinking of a better term, but its its corruption, right. That you here that happens between high ranking, a political affairs shows, you know, you have the lobbyists that are, you know, kind of like in between the, the politicians and in big pharma, right.
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To fight the, the actual manufacturer’s and in between all three of them, you know, they pass money around, they keep prices very high. And that’s why you in the United States, it is ridiculous how much that we have just, just to the medical or healthcare industry. It’s insane. And a large chunk of that is because, well, it is true. What they say that unfortunately many people in the United States are addicted to, to their pharmaceuticals. They’re a direct dictator, whatever it is that the prescribing, because anything that you have all the way, Ron with you in the, in the United States is like, I got a pill for that. And then it’s like, okay, but if I take two pills, I get nauseous. We got an, a pill for that too.
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At the very, most of this, isn’t a pill. It’s like one of those syrups, you take a little syrup, you take two pills in the morning, two at night, boom, you’re a fix. You come back into yours. When did you grow up? There are a third I and we’ll fix that with a pill as well. It’s insane. So in my opinion, right, when it comes to Amazon, it is because they have a plan. And if in fact, right, which you need to me, to my point with this, if in fact they somehow fix the, the crazy, outrageous prices that we pay when it comes to medicine, that’s going to be that’s I don’t know, to me, it’s just mind blowing that you have heard it for, you know, again, for a lot of people that follow this, this conversation for years that the United States has a problem with how expensive medicine is.
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And all of a sudden here comes, Amazon never forget, never forget what they started a bookseller and they fixed our pharmaceutical problem. You know, when it comes to the prices that to me, at least mind blown. Right. I hope it happens. Honestly. I hope to, you know, I hope that they, they get past a lot of those hurdles at a, my buddy was mentioning, okay, so let’s move on to the next story. And that is the toilet paper shortage that we’re living through a potentially again, according to Walmart. So I would have ’em out of CNN, there is an article titled Walmart reports, shortages of toilet paper and cleaning supplies at some stores.
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So of course it is no secret that we are again suffering or seen some big spikes in COVID cases. Right. They are happening pretty much all over the United States. And you know, we, we, I think a lot of us can probably remember I we can probably remember when there was no toilet paper. Now the toilet paper somehow got all over the place. The toilet paper crisis happened all over the place. Right. I saw things from, from the UK to Australia, there was like, nobody’s somehow we ran into the toilet paper. Right? The COVID not that I know of at least a dozen, one of the symptoms. It’s not like you have an unstoppable, you know, shit’s by it.
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Somehow we did in Albania, totally member. Of course you have those people that are opportunists and that were buying him and selling them online, reselling them for rages amounts. Which of course there was, there was some government action taken for people doing that. But no, yeah. It looks like people haven’t learned, it looks like, I don’t know if people are like COVID cases raising your like toilet paper. And that means they home buy to buy more toilet paper, wear a mask, buy toilet paper. What is wrong with you? I’m I’m that’s just, I’m sorry, if you are one of those people right now, I guess I don’t want to offend you. Do you hear toilet bag? Go frantic, go buy toilet paper.
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Is that what you hear when they say COVID cases rising? You know, it’s it’s Oh, so, you know, for, for Walmart to announce that they are seeing a shortage, it is concerning, right? Cause we’re not talking about your local convenience store. We’re not talking to by your local liquor store right there. I would take, Hey, we normally just stock up like on four, five rolls and, and they’re gone. This is Walmart right. Arguably one of the, the top providers in and pretty much, many, you know, everyday uses right next to probably what the Costco I would say. And for them to say, Hey, just a FYI, there are some shortages.
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I think they do it to either a get, you know, get the, the, the word going, which then again, probably can get people more panicked and be like, Oh my God, okay, we got to go buy toilet paper or, or simply because you know, it is something that, that needs to be again handled. And I hate to say this by the government, right. Where Nathan, where they would come in and they enact all of this crazy, you know, limitations on stock and what you can buy, where you can buy, which then of course triggers people from the all over again would say, Oh my God, you know, the red coats and the red coats is, and there are a cold Zadie and the government stepping in and saying, I can’t buy toilet paper, but its definitely something you should be aware because again, if Walmart is coming out and if anything Walmart is going to CNN and announcing this well it’s because a, at least I we’re taking serious.
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Please, please don’t take this in any way for me to, you know, encourage you to go and all of a sudden and buy a crazy amount of toilet paper. Alright. Me and for the last story and let’s move on to that. We’ll be, we’re a quick and short a and M actually just an, a book of mine. Hopefully it doesn’t get Me Bannigan from another firm and other social media platforms. Oh, you don’t know that was a bad temper really shadow ban from, from, from Instagram. Yeah, totally not because I, I had done another video where I critique both Jack Dorsey the CEO of Twitter and Mark Zuckerberg the CEO of, of, you can say, ah, Facebook and Instagram because a Facebook owns Instagram, but a again, these two CEOs umm, had a hearing at the Senate.
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Why? Well over a section two 30, I’m going to say what J T would have a section two 30 again, a good question. I don’t know up until like 10 minute, five minutes before this video, essentially a what it is, is that a company such as, you know, Facebook, Twitter essentially companies that just recycle whatever their users publish, right. Can not be held liable or you can kinda say to the same standard as a newspaper or for that matter a news station where if you yourself find something that is damaging to you personally from a news paper or a new station, right.
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You actually can Sue them for defamation, an enemy of, or anything else that we can throw in that lawsuit. You actually can not do that to Facebook and Instagram or Twitter. Right? Why? Or actually by the way, to be fair social media platforms, why? Well, because technically they’re just there just, you know, kind of like a source where people publish and they just can have the tools, the software, the platform, right. For four users to do that, but they’re not taking any responsibility for the content. Right. Which of course then begs a question that we hold on JT, for those of you guys like to have a view that saw my previous video and I’m like, hold on, didn’t you say in the last video that Senate was telling them that they were taking stuff down.
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So, so they are taking responsibility. Exactly. So of course a you have a Senator Ted Cruz again, who would love to go after Jack Dorsey and by the way, you know that we’re talking about Jack this is Jack right here. So you have Jack previously right where I said he didn’t give a shit or he, you know, he was like, I don’t know, hi. Maybe somebody to say and over here and now he cleaned up. I think he watched the JTH Show and he was like JTS. Right? I’m going to clean up. I looked disgusting and you know, he, he caught my hairstyle. I’m not lying. I’m not lying. Right. He still F his little, you know, thing here on his nose.
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That’s fine. Ryan is a big ass thing, but he looks cleaner. I will say, it looks better. He should’ve done. Then the first time he also talked in my opinion, cause I watched the, a, the hearings. You didn’t talk as a laid back. You know, I think this time again, I think he heard me. He’s a young guy. I gotta, I gotta, I gotta act like to CEO dammit. And, but again, it didn’t, it didn’t, it didn’t matter much to, to Ted Cruz, Ted Cruz again went at him this time a little differently. So in this role, a clip of that,
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That was Twitter being a publisher. When it sensored the New York post, I know we have a very clear policies on the conduct where you enable on the platform. And if there’s a violation, we take an enforcement action and then people choose to commit to those policies. And to those terms of service, except your policies are applied and the partisan and selective matter you claim it was hacked materials. And yet you didn’t block the distribution of the New York times story that are alleged to talk about president Trump’s tax returns, even though a federal statute makes it a crime to distribute someone’s tax returns without their consent.
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You didn’t block any of that discussion. Did you wear a policy that was focused on distribution of the actual hack materials? Did you block the discussion of the president’s tax return material? I’m going to New York times case. We interpreted it as a reporting about the hacker material. Did you block Edward Snowden when he re illegally released material? And I don’t have any answer to that. And the answer is no, you haven’t used this in a selective matter. Let me ask you where you’re being a publisher. When you force Politico and other journalistic outlet to take down their tweets on a topic that you had deemed impermissible know, we were enforcing our policy and our terms of service.
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So on October 15th, Jake Sherman, a reporter at Politico, Twitter the following. I tweeted a link to the New York post story, right after it dropped yesterday morning, I immediately reached out to the Biden campaign to see if they had an answer. I wish I had given this story a closer read before tweeting it Twitter suspended me.
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It’s a little bit of, of what happened between Ted Cruz and Dorsey and then, ah, out of a out of Fox news, you have an article, right? That says Cruz shoots down Dorsey Dorsey’s explanation of voter fraud, disclaimer. And the disclaimer was your a publisher when you’re doing that. Right. At least that’s what he said. And that it goes to two, a little, I guess you can kinda say a little warning thing that Twitter likes to put on people that, you know, we know that tweet something that, you know, Twitter themselves fine not to be truthful and they have a way for, you know, for them to, we have to block it to take it down to again, put that little disclaimer, do you know?
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And that’s when Ted Cruz, I know, no, no, no, no, no, no. Stop like you, by doing those things, you are acting as a publisher, right? Because that’s technically what a newspaper does. Like if you ever have looked into it, how a newspaper works, and I’m not saying every single newspaper, but I have, you have writers editors, right? You have different positions, right. That work together in writing these, you know, these stories. And then you have someone, you know, at the top of the newspaper, right? Usually the Gator and chief are someone that says, you know, I don’t like the story. I don’t know how this came out, has the ability to take it down. Right. Which is very similar to how Twitter in this case kind of acts like, Hey, I’m a writer, right.
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It doesn’t have to be a formal writer, but you, you right now tweeting something, you’re writing something out, you publish it. Right. And all of a sudden Twitter is I I don’t like that. So I’m going to have to put a label on that or, you know what, I’m just going to take your account down right now, a, a, a, you know, in, in itself, is that right? Basically what, what, you know, Tech who’s is saying, it’s like, you know, you’re acting as a publisher, but you’re benefiting from section two 30. Alright. So you, you can have your case. Do you need it to mr. Dorsey is what essentially Tetris is saying. Right. And he has a good point, right. Because, you know, I’ve said, as I said to be for, Twitter probably has people internally that maybe have a very loose, you know, leash on them.
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And you know, I’m not saying it’s, Jack himself taking some of these, you know, tweets down and stuff like that, or, or making these calls. I do believe that at this point, he is so high up in his own food chain that he’s I, ah, you know, you guys take care of all of this, take care of that. And with that said, you would also think that Jack would now have meetings with his team. So the guys, can you guys please keep me out of the fricking the Senate hearings? I’m pretty sure Jack has better things to do. Right. So Jack talk to your teams as you watched my last video, listen to me now, man, like talk to your team, find out how, you know, no, you can’t guys can all come to the agreement cause I’m pretty sure you have some people in there that have your bias, their biases, you know, try to try to play that guy where you know what, we can take everything so-so, you know, tweets out or no, we cannot take the New York post, you know, down, you know, sorry, you know, sorry, Bob, are you going to have to take all your anger or some other way?
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You can just like block and just because you’re a developer or because you have a fancy title within Twitter guys, keep me out of the hearings. That’s really what it would be happening internally. What Twitter, because I think they are going to continue happening right now. My, the way for those of you guys saying, well, JT is going to just an easy, fuck it. Just take away section two 30, hold on. Right? Hold on. Because if they do that, that could be a lot of changes that actually might make things worse. Why? Because now Twitter Facebook and Instagram, Snapchat, and think of any platform real even tip Tech talk potentially. Now there are going to have to monitor all their content, a solo strictly that they are going to have to actually take more things now.
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Right? Because now they are going to be held liable for those things. So in fact that actually my, my, my suppress the whole freedom of speech Mark no, I truly believe at this point. And I think we should leave to talk at two 30. I mean, sure. If you want me to reform it since it was built back in 90 or put together back in 1996, sir, I’m sure you can update it. I don’t know the whole damn legislation. It’s a very long that I didn’t read the whole damn thing, but sure. Update it. However you think you can modernize it for a 20, 20 and beyond, but don’t get rid of it. If anything, again, you guys need to go back as you, the CEOs of these companies and speak to your employees, just like Spotify did, right? You mentioned it a couple of episodes ago at the whole Joe Rogan thing.
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There was a lot of Spotify employees that were stumping their legs and you know, they wanted creative input over Joe Rogan Show and, and Joe Rogan said, no, in fact, just for fricking pissing me off, I’m going to invite Alex Jones, which you guys didn’t want me to have boom, eat that a Spotify employee’s and Spotify is I sorry, guys are going to back off Our investment. You know, we are going to back up and sorry, our investment and a that’s kinda when needs to happen sometimes, you know, they are some times that a company’s Mustang with their employees. They are some times we’re we’re employees, you know, that carry a lot of that burden and you know what, they should have some say, but remember about the whole thing about being in the middle of the day, critical thinking. Alright, so you know, these competencies do that more, right?
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You can’t just, you know, blindly give your employees everything they want, because then you have your ass sitting at Senate convenes all over again. Right. And is going to happen again and again, Jack so listen to me. Okay. All right. That’s it for today, guys. Thank you for watching the show and until next time, see ya. Hey, thanks for, we are watching the JTH Show remember, you can catch all the episodes full episodes on Spotify, Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, or radio public. You can also visit www.thejthshow.com to catch episodes there and to catch anything that we had to blur out because of YouTube or any of the platform.
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