Let’s talk about the recent slaughter of 19 migrants in the northern Mexican state of Tamaulipas. Guatemalan Maya families said Monday they feared relatives were among bodies found over the weekend.
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Good morning, good afternoon or good evening, depending on when you are tuning in. My name is Jonathan Torres and Herrera. And you are watching or listening to the JTH Show today. Let’s talk about if Mexican are Killing Caravan Migrants but first roll the intro. All right. Thank you for coming back and watching our current events, commentary news channel here that we were running. And if you’re new here, we are available obviously here on YouTube or on Spotify, Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, or radio public.
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Gosh. Yeah, exactly. And particularly when it’s an episode like to stay and it’s not always, The the fund that we’ve been having over the past week. It’s a little bit of a, a bit of a heavier topic today, right?
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Yeah, yeah. Unfortunately, but you know what, it’s, it’s part of the news and it needs to be covered. And there are some people that are going to just kind of shrug their shoulders and St. Math doesn’t really affect me, but obviously we know that for that being true, there is the opposite is true as well. A and of course they are some people that are going to say, Hey, you know what? I did this, this definitely affects me. And what that let’s get right into it. Today’s story is unfortunately like Josh said a little bit of a heavy hearted because it involves, you know, The at this point where to look psych I’m the master of the Migrants. And for that, we turned to the NBC news.com website, where they had an article titled what a melon Maya families, fear, migrant relatives among Mexican massacre victims.
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If confirm that the victims or Migrants the attack, would it be among the worst atrocities in recent years against central Americans in Mexico it also added that The a watermelon Maya in the family. He said, Monday they fear relatives among the body smell. And over the weekend in a remote part of Northern Mexico, along the route, popular with Migrants smugglers heading towards the U S border, umm, at the receiving end tip off in the border, stayed up Tamaulipas in Northern Mexico, Mexican authorities recovered 19 bodies. Many of which had gunshots ones and were badly charred so far the dead have not been identified. So it is, it is of course a devastating right to, to hear a, of a loss live in, you know, especially in when we’re not, you know, talking about people that I don’t know that in some fashion deserved it, you know, it’s different when you hear like, Oh, I don’t know a burglar or for that matter murderer, you know, loses LIFE and, and, and escape or some random story.
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And you’re like, well, the guy deserved it in this particular case, 19 bodies of which we know nothing about other than we are in 19 human beings and are unfortunately were killed and, and even burned. Right? So in a different article that I translated to Spanish, Our, I’m sorry to English a website called said <inaudible> dot com that one again, in, in, in the rough translation add added that allegedly they, they believe for sure, unlike the, in the NBC article, they just read, they believe for sure to be the bodies of, of central Americans, right.
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Or people with syndrome in Oregon origins. In addition, it said that these bodies were found in two different vehicles, both which were burned, the, there are more descriptive, I’ll leave out the The to, to find details about it. We’ll put the links on below on the YouTube channel. If you want to read it for yourself, I really don’t feel like getting this particular video demonetize because I want to get the information out. Right. And I don’t want to get a, I don’t want it to YouTube to flag it down, but I will say that it has some gruesome details right. Of how the bodies were found all apparently what the gunshots write. And again, burned, it is devastating. It is a tragic.
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But the question here that we really have to ask ourselves is, you know, why is it that we now have apparently people in Mexico taking matters into their own hands? Yes. Some of these articles are also pointing the finger at possibly car cartel activity, you know, involved in these atrocities. But you know, nobody really has taken credit for them. And I don’t re I highly doubt that there’ll be any one cartel to come out, even though allegedly the area’s being disputed among different groups. I don’t see any of them coming out and be like, Oh, this was us.
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Just anybody that was in rendering. It was, it was actually us who did have this. Now at this point, you know, the idea is that the bodies of the central Americans mainly presumably are presumed to be from Guatemala were, were, were done by, by the people in Mexico. Right? And again, is this a sign of people taking matters into their own hands. There are a large number of people that are tired and that have publicly come out, whether it be in forums, comments, videos, all over social media saying, you know, I am a citizen of Mexico and I don’t want to see these terror bands come in through my city, my town, because of different reasons why ran at the top, we have people were complaining that some of these caravans leave behind a trail of garbage, you know, everywhere that they are fed or they are closed and they’ll eat just trash everywhere.
0 (5m 57s):
You know, they’ll to pretty much destroy small parks or wherever they are, you know, temporarily placed while they continue on their journey. And then who has to clean up after everything are the citizens of again, that town or that city. Right. And a lot of people in Mexico are saying, we’re done with that. You know, we don’t want to do this anymore. Of course you have other things like allegedly, some people in those caravans that are, you know, are, are bringing across what’s called <inaudible>, which is essentially trafficking young women, right. Or a woman period for, you know, not good reasons. Right. For, for ones they get across the border to, you know, put them into prostitution and stuff like that.
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So they were, Our just a ton, a ton of problems with these migrant caravans. It’s not just a, Oh, well, if it’s the trash, you know what the care of that? No, no, no. Again, they are a much more or many more hidden. Right. And, and nefarious reasons behind some of these caravans, every single person know every single Caravan no, but many. Yes. And there’s even another article de that you had Josh, right?
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Yeah. That was well, actually this was going a little bit closer to the root of probably where this is coming from. And it was actually coming straight from the BBC and the headline was migrant Caravan in Guatemala, blocks thousands bound for us. There’s a lot of strife going through there in Guatemala at the moment as people from Honduras or, or other central American countries are trying to get through. I think the BBC said that there was an estimated 7,000. Migrants mostly from Honduras who have entered in recent days, fleeing poverty and violence. They have to travel through Mexico to get to the U S border. And of course, every year, tens of thousands of central Americans attempt this perilous journey, it’s try and reach to the U S often on foot in groups known as kind of ans so yeah, this is, I mean, it’s absolutely horrible.
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What’s going on there, particularly in central America as well. I think we are, we’ve seen over the past decade passed a couple of decades, but you know, they have been going through serious, serious economic strife. And even now with coronavirus going on and all of that, it’s going to be even worse now. So people are really at the end of their rope and you have to think about it. And the mind of someone who’s actually willing to, as it said, walk thousands of miles, thousands, thousands of miles, just the better their life is not just something like, Oh yeah. You know, I could do it the better life. You know, I could do that a little bit of maybe a garden, you know, I’d like a garden with grass or something. It’s not just as simple as that.
2 (8m 42s):
These people are scared of, of, of being prisoners in their own country, essentially to put it one way, you know, that, that fear of death, their fear of losing all their money. It’s, it’s terrible. Really? Yeah. I mean, it’s, it is
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A double edged sword for the person directly. Right. Cause I think this is a multi-layered problem for the person directly migrating, right. From any of these central American countries, it’s do I stay in my country and deal with whatever problems it is that I was born into. Right. Or do I travel across Mexico and other countries as well? Right. What, depending on where they’re coming from and then possibly face other problems, other issues are deadly problems, right? Like we are now talking about today, right. Where I might be picked up and, and killed to make an example of right.
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Or at least that’s the idea that I’m assuming a, you know, the people behind this atrocity were trying to, you know, send a message and saying, we’re going to make an example out of these people. And then ultimately is what I do. And finally, and if CROs to the U S I don’t know what awaits there, because I think, wow, the U S right. Arguably, I know some people will say is, is pretty, pretty damn good in comparison to many other parts of the world. It is not, it is not paradise, right? It is not, it is not a 100% safe Haven for anyone and everyone that comes here.
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Right. We have many problems over our own. Again, arguably we are much better. And in, in, in a much better status right here as a person, as a human being, then if you are any, in any way, any, in most part of the world. Okay. So with that said, I will say that in a way to play in different layer, not the individual, Migrants at a different layer. Now we have an example, the countries, right. That are essentially either allowing the migration to happen or, or kind of turning a blind eye, however you want to put it. And unfortunately their citizens are having to deal with these caravans, right.
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Traveling through their cities or their, their towns, like I said earlier, right. That’s, that’s another level of, of, of, of issues. And then I yet again, another level is what happens at the destination of where these, you know, Migrants are heading towards. Right. In many cases, that’s an example somewhere like the Quanah. Now, I don’t know how I’m, you know, involve some of the guys who, or what the news last year, early last year were, you had people in the corner, right. That were literally battling these, you know, group of us. Migrants what rocks. Like they were literally throwing rocks at each other. It was like a whole, you know, scandal.
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There was even a reporter. And I, I mentioned her in the show sometimes, and the federal Alvarez who was there, like at the scene, you know, he was trying to hide underneath cars because, you know, he was implying that they wanna, which is a famous beach. They were in TV and TJ, and there were again, throwing bottles, rocks, like they were literally going at, you know, kind of say, wor you know, I don’t want to sound too dramatic, but that’s what kind of what it looked like. Right. And again, what was it, why was it because the citizens and the wanna felt like we’re dumb, tired of all the chaos that some of these people are doing now, it could be one or two individuals to be fair. It could be, it could be four or five. It doesn’t matter. Once somebody from the Caravan all right.
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Star doing something that the towns, people don’t agree with, they are going to blame the whole damn pod. It’s just, it’s unfortunate. Right. But it is, it is a reality. Now here’s also another layer, right? Speaking of all of these layers that is not helping, and that’s the missing information. And for that, we have to turn to the current new administration, right. Which is with Joe Biden’s administration. So I mentioned it, I think a video or two ago of what the new, you know, policies, you know, that Joe Biden was immediately going to act on. And for that, we have to look an example at Joe Biden’s proposal, which included two hours, by the way, after he looks worn and according to political.com a pathway to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants expand refugees, resettlement, and more technology deployed to the border, though, he is leaving Congress to hash out the mechanics of passing the immigration plan.
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He’s also moving ahead with a slate of executive actions on Friday. I mean, in this past Friday or among the orders was the works are one to restore a silent protections. And another that create a task force to reunite families separate at the border. So when you see an article like this, and I’m even, you know, reading it myself, I can already tell because of my involvement in politics, in the news that this is like a snippet, like a headline, even everything I just read, it’s considered a headline because there are so many other details that this, you know, so articles not mentioning.
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And why do I say that right? To you to I that can be obvious to people maybe translating this very website to, or people that are sharing this among social media. It gets through the ears of someone way down South of the border. I mean, way down South. And they’re seeing like, Oh my God, pathway to citizenship, translating it in their native tongue and say, Oh my God, that means that we can, we know that’s us, that’s us guy does go. Right. So that’s misinformation, right? Because by the way, one thing that I, I know, again, because I’m involved in all this that I mentioned in that previous video was that it was this year, people that were already in the country as of January, meaning this 20, 21, the policy would apply only to those in the U S at the start of this year.
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This article doesn’t say that. So did this same article gets again to the ears of someone that doesn’t know any better. Does doesn’t do any kind of further research. This is a hallway pass for them. This is a green light. Let’s go, let’s go to the U S this new president. Right. However, it’s translated, by the way, it’s like, let’s go there. It’s saying that, you know, it’s a pathway for citizenship, for 11 million undocumented immigrants. And all, they see that in 11 million, all, they would see that it’s me, I’m part of that 11 million. Once I get there, does it, you know, what does that make sense? You know what I’m saying?
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Yeah. I mean, exactly. I mean, dirt Biden’s really kind of shot themselves in the foot trying to do something very humanitarian he’s causing. He’s been quite naive actually with his move to be fair. Cause he doesn’t fully understand what really goes on South of the border by the sounds of things. I mean, he could prove me wrong, but just trying to be populist and change the policy. I mean, I, I completely agree with the policy. It’s just the way that it has been implied and the way that the word’s gone out to it, it’s just really slim. And you know, I’ve said it being with her in which she wants to be and be popular, what we’re doing wants to be, he he’s, he might have the blood of these 90 people in his hands.
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Yeah. And that’s the question, right? That we have to ask ourselves, is it just, you know, Mexicans and Mexico taking it upon themselves to deal with the Caravan problem that they’re perceiving as a problem, of course. Right. Or is it also in the hands of, like you just said, Joe Biden and he and his administration, which by the way, it’s, it’s, it’s something that even some us States are fighting up against. Right before we started filming, I literally got an alert from Bloomberg, a headline, Texas wins nationwide order halting Biden’s deportation freeze. So this is again tags, right along with what I said in the article.
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It reads at the us government’s plan to possibly rotations of undocumented immigrants for 100 days, starting this Friday was temporarily blocked by a judge in a preliminary victory for Texas, which sued president Joe Biden’s administration just two days after it started. So, one thing that we have to realize is as an example, taxes as one, not the only, but one of a few States that borders with Mexico and for many decades, some of these States, again, bordering to Mexico have a complaint, right. That, Hey, they they’ve seen spikes of people illegally crossing their land.
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They’re, you know, their property. And, you know, in that crossing, they destroy fences. They disrupt property lines. They, you know, they unfortunately have even killed dogs because maybe the dogs come after them. So they will kill the, the, the animal to prevent it from chasing them or harming them. There’s been all kinds of crazy news that I have that I’ve seen in heard herd. So some of you guys know that I live in El Paso, Texas, which is, is a city that literally is back to back like the corner. I have a thing for, for cities like that, that, you know, I have heard stories of people saying, yeah, I have like, you know, a few acres, you know, a little bit further outside of El Paso and you know, dogs, my dogs, I kill all the time and get poisoned all the time.
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You know? And that’s when I know that, you know, probably a few dozen immigrants probably just came through my line over the night and I woke up and my dad, you know, my dogs that are something cattle walls will be, unfortunately, you know, the cattle will escape, excuse me, because again, they’re, they’re taking down some of these fences, right. So then, you know, of course you have ranchers and stuff like that chasing after their own animal that I can get hit. And the freeway, I mean, there’s, it’s a domino effect of problems, right? It’s not just people crossing a line in the ground. Like some people try and get romantic about, it’s not just that folks. And it goes beyond that. Right. I have said it very publicly before I am extremely split.
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It is very difficult for me as an individual. I don’t have to be a hypocrite in saying that, Oh, you know, I’m all for open borders or no, I’m not for open borders. I am split ’cause I’ve said it. I have family here that is illegal. Right. And at the same time, I have heard stories from close friends and relatives of what illegal immigration has done to them. Right. I’m in different, just different scenarios. And it’s, it’s a very difficult thing to decide on, right? It’s the difference, not a, just a black and white situation, but we have to tread carefully. Right. Which is what I fear that the administration here of Joe Biden in light of kind of appealing to the masses, like Josh said, maybe didn’t measure their words properly.
0 (20m 4s):
Right. And again, it has a, it, I believe not only has it already motivated people too, to join his caravans, but I don’t think that, you know, it’s going to, for sure not, you know, deteriorate the, the, you know, the movement, right. It’s just, it’s adding more fuel toy already burning fire, right. That doesn’t need any more fuel. It’s like if you had a plan for, I think it should of been ruled out in phases where I wish, and he might, you know, at this point seeing what’s happening, he might, but you know, going back to, to what’s happening with, with Mexicans in Mexico, can you blame them?
0 (20m 47s):
Right. For a lot of them trying to protect their lands, right. Their sovereignty, when the us has done it in the past. And you know, either, either they are protecting me an example, military bases across the seas and you’re like, Oh, well, Hey, they’re protecting themselves. And you know, are people there? Well, same can be said for people in Mexico they’re going to be the same wall. Warren take the same stance on the USS that all the time. So we’re going to do it as well. We are protecting their lens. Right. Certainly you have a, not like the president of Mexico Obrador wag, which recently, by the way, side note, side note, excuse me, God, COVID so, you know, bless his hard, hopefully he’s fine.
0 (21m 29s):
But you know, not long ago he was looked at as, Hey, are you going to do anything about these, my own caravans? And essentially in so many words, my understanding, I don’t know if you had a switch apart, but my understanding was I, okay, big hugs. I don’t know if we don’t need to fight, you know, they are not trying to stay in Mexico. They were trying to go to the U S or some kind of statement, you know, he gave in his like daily frickin briefings that he does. So, you know, again, if the government is not going to do anything about it, the people,
2 (22m 3s):
Well, yeah. I mean, the thing is, is like, he, he benefits greatly for that. You know what I mean? This border crossing Humphrey who gets paid for them, who runs them, cartels, who to cartels have to pay to stay, keep moving. Right. The government. So, you know, I, I don’t know. I think it’s not quite, I don’t think an lo is quite the humanitarian, which he seems, he, he, he just, he just sees a new Rolex pretty much that, I mean, that could be it, that might be a bit conspiratorial, but it could, it could very well be this, this, this is all conjecture, by the way, this is all conjecture don’t quote.
0 (22m 43s):
Well, you know, of course, I mean, at the same, the same here. Right. I mean, I agree, but I mean, that’s all really, we have, right. Without then coming out on camera and admitting to what we were saying. One can only theorize as to what is that? What is it? That’s motivating some of these bureaucrats, right. To not doing what’s right. Right. You know, so, you know, people start gaining, you know, people like you, and I start getting these ideas like, Hey, I wonder if they’re are actually benefiting in some way. And that’s why they’re not doing, you know, what’s right. You know, I will also say by the way that, and I guess just a tad bit in their defense, some of these caravans, as we saw in that video, they quite frankly, don’t give a shit.
0 (23m 27s):
I mean, I’m just going to put it that way. You know, let’s be, let’s be honest and blunt about it. They don’t, it’s not like they’re asking Please can we cross? I mean, a lot of them are forcing their way through, through, right. No matter what border it is, no matter if it’s Guatemalan the border, no matter if it’s Mexicans border, again, going back and reference something that I have in memory back in 2019, maybe, or 2020, there was that Caravan that brushed through the sand, either a border or its trying to, at least they made headlines all over. Right. Cause it’s the first time that it has happened, right. At least in recent history were, you know, you heard of them literally bum rushing collar, you know, the, the boarder, you know, in the U S between the one in San Diego.
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And it’s like, again, how do you do with that? How do you do what people that are like, we’re going to get through one way or another. They did it in chatbots. I remember that video as well from Chapa. So, you know, we’re, Mexico his trying to stop him. And they got through, you know, throwing rocks and throwing God knows what they got through. So it’s like, you know, again, to be kind of like a devil’s advocate, just a little bit, you know, if you look at someone like I’m lower Trump or Obama, or even now Biden, and you ask any of these, you know, top leaders I Hey, so how do you deal with that? Short of shooting them? I mean, how do you deal with them? How do you do it? Some of these caravans are like the tactic is bum rushing, rock, throwing, bottle throwing.
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And then, you know,
2 (24m 56s):
Well, here’s one thing that they do this, this, this, this is again quite conspiratorial, but it seems like the, they invest in, in, in media coverage, in slamming immigrants, they invest in that. So then they let the people take care of it. Like we’ve seen here in Mexico light. We see they are in Texas. It’s very popular that that border control is something to be invested in. It’s not, it’s not something that, I mean, if, if I’m quite honest, I think if Biden really wanted to help, he would of helped the cause of the problem, which would be investing in relief to maybe these countries. And in Honduras problem with that is his, the government, the governments of those countries have not had a good track history with the U S of taking money, taking relief, although, or resources of those kinds.
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So it is a difficult situation, but I think that’s, The, that’s the only way that they can deal with they, they use Fox news, immigrants, immigrants, Migrants who everyone be scared they’re coming for us. They’re coming for our jobs, you know, and all that kind of thing in this culture of hate my friends.
0 (26m 10s):
Right. Yeah. I mean, it’s, it’s, it’s a tough one, man. I think just personally speaking, I’ve heard all types of different kinds of stories, you know, I’ve heard it from, you know, if you are going to get political from the left in the right, you know, in terms of people in our pro immigration and people that are 100% like against that, like, you know, they’re like, Nope, I don’t want not one new person. And that’s, that’s radicalism that I I’m not with that either. But you know, when it comes to, when it comes to the media coverage, I agree, you know, that it’s, it’s typically demonize, right? Like, Oh, the boogeyman kind of thing. And it’s, and it’s not necessarily true in that way.
0 (26m 52s):
Right. And I think that happens in Mexico too. Right. But again, that’s because it’s, it’s mixed money. Right. I think that the I yet again, yet again, it comes down to money. It comes down to the media, whether it be in links, whether it be in YouTube videos, whether it be just on, you know, old fashioned TV, it gets the viewers, it gets people to click. It gets people to, you know, stay tuned and watch. And it’s very unfortunate, right. Because you’re going to have people that, you know, don’t have the best track record for, for being truthful, but they are entertaining where they were talking about Tucker Carlson on Fox news.
0 (27m 34s):
Right. Or your talking about someone like, ah, what does the guy where the boy, the white hair, like he’s completely white hair that he’s on CNN. Yeah. I know you could talk about, I can’t remember his name, the guy, right. That he’s, you know, that he’s always, he’s like the main anchor there, right. Or whatever his name is. So w either one of these folks, right. People usually, because again, they’re, they’re entertaining. They’re like, Oh, what is he, what is his opinion over it? Right. And in whatever he says is what I’m going to go. His name’s Anderson Cooper. Thank you. Thank you. You know, once more to you, then the other one, I will, I will say that at least, you know, I’m not a big fan of Tucker Carlson, which is a, it’s a shame because he’s from San Diego.
0 (28m 18s):
So it’s, you know, my hometown, but you know, he’s, he’s a bit of a schmuck, but again, I don’t also agree with and Anderson Cooper and his dramatics. Right. I feel like they’re, they’re always these, when you’re in antics to like, get you like to manipulate you, you know? And, and, and at least personally speaking, because I’m always pitching critical thinking. I re I see through that shit. Right. And it’s like, one is trying to make you feel guilty for not being 100% pro immigration. And I’m talking about a, I’m just going Cooper here. And I’m like, dude, you know, you have to listen to the other side and you can, again, victimize 100% and shame anybody or blame him, you know, in, to shaming them, to filling them. Like, damn if I say anything at all, I’m a racist or again, I’m the other side with stupid, a Carlson Tucker Carlson, where he’s like, Oh, in the, Migrants in your jobs and your wife, where is your wife right now?
0 (29m 11s):
Come on, man. I shit. You know, like stop it. But yeah. Anyway that unfortunately you guys, that is it for the story, but it is something that we want to speak about. You have a comment down below. I mean, these are just two guys with, with their points of views and the way I’m going to learn more, you’re going to learn more is by, you know, giving each other questions and having a discussion. Nothing is more important. I think nowadays than having a discussion, right. People always want to rush to action because they feel like that’s
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The way we make change. Yeah. Yeah. Slow
0 (29m 46s):
Down, man. We, we got to do some talking before you make some of these actions that you’re planning on doing, like again, to be, you know, a, not to beat a dead horse, but like Trump, or I’m sorry. Obama did, or sorry by it ended. Oh, you caught that. Yeah. That’s right. I think all of them have done a hasty decisions with immigration and you got that. Yeah. But yeah. You know, Biden has yet to the latest in the string of presidents that they will come out with these decisions. Right. Day, one, day one, we’re going to assign this. It’s like, so down, let’s talk. So leave a comment down below. If they’re not going to talk to us, we should talk among ourselves.
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Right. Cause that’s what the end of the day, what this show is for as getting a discussion going. Right.
2 (30m 33s):
Absolutely. What was the name of that? The anchor against Migrants again? Or what was his name?
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I understand Cooper. Oh, Tucker Carlson, Tucker,
2 (30m 43s):
Everyone tweet at co Tucker calls to now The JTH, Show bought me here. You are a schmuck, you know, schmuck. He is man.
0 (30m 50s):
She is, you know, he, he, for a long time, I used to hear him just in the background when I used to make these shows in more and more and more I’ve found myself like, Oh my God. You know, because again, the dramatics you now, and again, to be fair, I do the same thing with Anderson Cooper. I just don’t like the dramatics. I just, it doesn’t, it doesn’t, you know, it doesn’t buy my, my vote, if you want to say that. Right. Same thing. I don’t like primarily believe it or not. That’s actually the number one reason why I actually didn’t like Trump is because I don’t like the dramatics. Right. I think that we have too much of that social media and all that shit is toxic. We have way too much dramatics out there.
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You know, everybody in someone in someone’s always crying, someone’s always yelling. You know, another one that I used to roll my eyes out so much was Alex Jones. Because throwing papers
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And cops, ah, like yelling,
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It’s like, she’s mad at not every episode. I’m okay with someone feeling passionate over something. Right. I’m sure there will be one day where I’m going to get very passionate and over. And you’re going to have to tell me to calm down. But not every episode is like that. You know? It’s, I’m sorry. That’s not reality of you actually met someone like that. What were you? You would not want to associate with them. You’re like, Oh, this guy, Oh, they should not this guy, this guy, every conversation we have had to be about lunch. And he’s like, you know,
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Soup soup is a great soup is awesome. Yeah.
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I was like, Oh shit, dude. Calm down, man. All right. Calm down.
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But anyways. Yeah. That’s
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It for today guys. I appreciate you guys watching. And again, leave the, leave a comment down below the Frick. Get to like subscribe and then ring down notification. And if we deserve it joining the show, Join there’s the join button. You click to join by Anne and Welcome
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And then till next time, see ya.