Let’s really talk about what REALISTICALLY people can expect now that Biden has become President, at least gauging from what the latest reports say. Also, what did Trump do before he left.
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Good morning, good afternoon or good evening, depending on when you are tuning in. My name is Jonathan Torres Herrera and you are watching or listening to The JTH Show today. Let’s talk about what happens now that Joe Biden is officially the president of the United States, but at first, role the intro.
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And we’re going to start with a article that we have out of NBC news.com. Headlined Biden takes immediate steps to undo key Trump initiatives, unveils immigration plan. The article in parts goes on to read Biden sign more than he does an executive action to Wednesday in the oval office, just hours after arriving at the white house, after having been sworn in as the 46 President including measures to rejoin the Paris agreement on climate change, repeal Trump’s restriction on travel from several Muslim majority countries, stop construction of the Southern border wall and mandate the wearing of mask on federal property.
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In addition, it also added, he also use his first day in office to propose a sweeping immigration reform bill, a lofty legislative Pasch. His administration has decided to take on from the start. Now, why is all this important? Of course, because at this point, everybody should be asking themselves, all right, so we have a brand new President right here in the States. What’s next what’s happening. And some of the key things here are at least for me that stand out, right? Not because I’m illegal here in the States, but because it hits closer to home, right? I do have some relatives, not necessarily in the Moza legal of statuses is the immigration, right?
0 (2m 34s):
The immigration reform. And it, it jumps out at me, of course, because we’ve had had of course the previous administration who was very much against it, or so you might say, right, so you might feel that way that Trump wow. He didn’t maybe deport as many people as Obama did during Obama’s administration. You know, believe me called low-fat check Me. He, he is a guy that wasn’t, you know, necessarily like the biggest advocate right in here is the new administration and is saying, well, we’re going to change some of that right. To start with screw the The the border wall. And we’re going to talk about instruction on that. Now that you have the article here also added that on immigration Biden introduce legislation to Congress that would offer a legal status and a pathway to citizenship for an estimated 11 million that’s right.
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You live in million undocumented people, funding, border security measures other than a wall and provide money and assistance to countries with high numbers of immigrants to address the root cause of immigration incoming administration. Officials said Biden’s campaign and transition team have been working with Democrats in the white house and the Senate on this legislation, the bill would allow for undocumented people to apply for temporary legal status, with the opportunity to apply for a green card after five years, if they pass criminal and national security background checks and to pay their taxes aid Biden administration official said after three years, those holding green cards who pass additional background checks will be able to apply to be citizens.
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Now here’s a key thing here. Okay. If people are going to get pissed off, maybe something moves on people. The policy would apply only to those in the us at the start of this year. So
2 (4m 25s):
That’s right. Yes. People cheer on, but some people are like, I didn’t know, like I was a boarded back, you know, in 2020. Now, according to this, sorry,
0 (4m 36s):
You know, it’s, it’s not retroactive. So even if you were here in the States for your entire life, pretty much, according to what I’m reading here, it is not something that is going to be retroactively. I guess the done for you. If again, you’re watching this from somewhere in maybe Mexico or, or whatever, wherever you are deported to, then you’re like, this sucks because I essentially grew up my entire life in the States. And now this doesn’t apply to me. Well, I think that’s one thing, by the way, you know, many people kind of suspected, right. That if Trump lost and Biden came in and he wanted to win over, right.
0 (5m 16s):
Maybe the Latino vote, the Hispanic vote. When we have to whatever title you want to give Brown non-Americans what do you know? I’m sorry, is this, it feels like that, you know, whatever Latino, that’s an acts. I think that’s another name, which I hated, but that’s all, that’s also what they call us that he was going to do something with immigration, right. That he was going to try to at least come across as a better choice for immigration. And then Trump did,
3 (5m 43s):
Right? Yeah. He, I mean like he, well, he’s going to want to take the kind of stance of like, I’m definitely not Donald Trump is going to be like some kind of U-turn like, no matter what, like if, if he was going to stay lukewarm on the subject, he probably would have lost the election to be fair. So yeah. I mean, it’s, it’s, it’s something that every, everyone who’s ever going to run for president, it has to take in, take into consideration because I think that there’s nothing, nothing that Americans think is more hot button than immigration
0 (6m 17s):
Immigration. And I would say probably for a while there, if you remember recreational marijuana.
3 (6m 24s):
Yeah. Right now that that’s kind of yesterday’s news now. I mean, yeah.
0 (6m 28s):
It’s like, yeah. You know, after, after what was it North West States? I know, I want to say Omaha, not Omaha essentially allowed everything. Thank you. After they’re like everything’s allowed so to speak kinda, you know, not necessarily, but you know, pretty much, you know, in that direction, everything is like, Oh, okay, well that’s not News anymore things a lot. Or again, you took away the whole debate about marijuana. And now that you allow allowed pretty much the fumes than everything else. So yeah. I mean it is. And I think it’s, I think it’s still definitely a hot button issue. I think also, by the way, as this article said, ah, you have other things that are a people are going to be questioning and, and one answers on, right.
0 (7m 13s):
Cause how do you fund something? How do you go about it the right way? Something in the article obviously early that I read was, you know, attacking the root cause. And there’s one last paragraph here that I want to do for you guys, which says rather than further Trump’s construction of the border wall, the bill would provide funding of new technology to secure the border and more funding and training for border agents. The bill would also increase right pay attention here, foreign assistance to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras condition on their ability to reduce corruption, violence, and poverty that causes people to flee their home countries.
0 (7m 54s):
The of-ish shows said, now I know here is where some people are gonna maybe not, you know, or actually, well, maybe Penn people will agree to me. I, as a Mexican American, as someone who has also lived in Mexico, I know that we’re not on the list, but I will tell you that’s something that is rampid in many, you know, Hispanic, Latino countries is unfortunately corruption at a government level. Right. Which is really why a lot of people are saying they’re fleeing because they are governments or not doing their job in keeping people secure and safe right now, building something that is as good as the U S which will, if any of you motivate people to actually wanna come to El Salvador or what the Mai Lauer and do that as, as these, you know, they’re name dropping these countries.
0 (8m 47s):
And do I have hope for that? I’m going to be honest and I’m going to be a little pessimistic. No, I don’t have faith that giving more money to these countries will in fact deal with the current, what the issues that they’re name also naming here, like violence and corruption, you know, I hope it does. I hope it betters their conditions and, and, and again, an entices people to stay rather than leave. I just my opinion. I mean, what do you think throwing money at the problem in this case solves issue?
3 (9m 16s):
No, absolutely not. I mean, it’s, it’s almost quite naive of someone who’s going to be the leader of the free world thing. You know, these guys, they, they seem trustworthy. It’s like dude, South of the border doesn’t quite work like that. I mean, I, I know I’m white and I’m English and I’m living. And you know, I have certain privileges by do on the stand that when you cross the border, things work differently. It’s like in any other country, stuff works differently from the States and the UK stuff works differently. But when you, when you cross the border from America and go to Mexico or central America or South America, it’s a different world. And it’s quite naive to think that throwing money at the problem is going to fix it because unfortunately it’s not because it’s just not,
0 (9m 60s):
You know what, I’m sorry. It’s not, I think if anything, what the stabilizes, a lot of those countries, right. And it has been said before is the, the constant military presence that we do have, right. In many of these countries. And by the way, <inaudible> is just three, three, have a gigantic pool of country’s that the U S holds a military presence, which is often not something that people appreciate from those countries. You know, there was a video that I saw or a documentary I should say on YouTube that, that documented how over the last, probably 20 to 30 years there is an Island and islands around example, Puerto Rico that, you know, that, that horror man, like crazy, like heinous stories were told in a documentary about military U S military personnel and their time there, you know, and how people there in those islands have a lot of resentment towards the U S I E you know, because again, of what happens, you know, a lot of the times, you know, people, especially the so-called Patriots will argue and say, well, you need to have a strong presence around the world.
0 (11m 11s):
You know, mad dog mad is whatever his first name is. He used to, you know, he was caught at many times, right? That’s what they’ll do. They call him that ’cause, he is a kind of guy that says, no, we as a U S need to be everywhere. And a lot of the times what happens is the idea. Sure. Sounds great for, for reasonings of, you know, feeling safe in America, but what do you think a lot of those people feel when our soldiers are there? I want to believe that every single soldier in the United States, military is the best and, you know, pure hearted. And well-intended, that’s not the reality, right? I mean, not at the stories that I have heard from these documentaries of like soldiers wanting to party on their days off and, you know, they want to women and who, I mean, during that bring in American women, certainly right.
0 (11m 57s):
To satisfy their needs. So what do you think happens? Right. And a lot of the times, again, when the us says, Oh, we’re going to just throw money at you. It is, that’s what we’re going to fix it. We’re going to fix it. Here’s some money. I think the reality here is even if they promise, like, I we promise, do you know how to use the money for the people so that they don’t try to run to the us and flee our country, the money when it comes to the country, right. The hits they’re fricking their bank account, you know, like, as I say, I don’t know, a hundred dollars for instance, right. Probably $10 to maybe 20 goes out to the people. And I feel like the rest stay somewhere, you know, in the administration to help right.
0 (12m 37s):
To run, of course, of course, to help run things. Right. Of course, of course. Right, right, right. So, yeah. I mean, that’s one of the things that, that jumped out at me right. When it comes to people are asking themselves, okay, so what now Biden comes in what, now these are some of the initiatives. He has day one, right? He’s already assigning things and turning things over that. Trump did now to be fair, Trump at the same, right? With a lot of Obama’s initiatives and a lot of, you know, what Obama had left, there was, in fact he was almost known for that. You know, it was almost like they are, by that point that day, are you take it off? Is that sir, it’s an exit sign, take it off. You know? So it felt like that’s what almost every president does.
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I feel right. A lot of the times, and I don’t think this is an exception so that people are already, you know, raising up then norms and say, Oh, I can bet leave. Biden’s undoing so much good stop at the same shit to Obama. So, you know, but with that, let’s move on to another story here real quick, that that kind of plays into what happened today, which is why is this? I actually, nothing played out to me, which is exactly what I said in today’s episode that some of you guys are seeing today, what does this Wednesday, 20th, right? Unfortunately we are a day behind. And in the episode, if you caught, you know, yesterday’s episode, which is earned today, whatever, you know, you will hear me say what I’m saying now. So you don’t have to stop and go watch that nothing’s going to happen and nothing.
0 (14m 2s):
Right. I’m not this like big profit. No, no, no, no, no. It, I, I don’t, I think it takes, What critical thinking to really understand that one thing is what your mind right. Tells you beer, you know, feeds you fear in believing, right. The second one was when you were like, and you hear like a little crack and you’re like, what does that? Oh my gosh. Yeah. Not in the house. There is nobody in the house. The house is old and it makes noises. And I think it’s a lot that happens with people. We know, you know, when they start going to social media and they’re like, nah, dude, inauguration, something’s going to happen. And hopefully you’re not one of these que or non or conspiracy people out there that the article out of NBC news that reads some Q and Ana followers lose hope after not curation.
0 (14m 51s):
And I would say good, or the article read Psalm McEwen on conspiracy theorist in public and in private internet forums and chat rooms were this fondant Wednesday after they are prophecy of inauguration day coupe to keep Donald Trump in power failed. Again, as president Joe Biden was sworn into office, the situation left some Cunanan adherence with no choice, but to write off the conspiracy theory earlier, of course he did. Of course, though, others continue to maintain that it was still developing. No, it’s not. It’s over go home, move on to something else.
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Like, yeah. You know what I mean?
3 (15m 34s):
Yeah. I think there is some QA or QA non followers, which, which account, which is watching the fight in their head, you know, do Biden versus Donald Trump on the stairs. Let me know who wins in the comment section. If anyone who follows QA nine is watching and the comment section put, who wins. I think we all know who wins.
0 (15m 50s):
Yeah. Yeah. That is no, you know, what’s playing out in your head because in reality, like we said, in the previous episode too, this one, nothing was going to happen. Nothing happened other than the traditional ceremony, it was quite uneventful. Right. I mean, you had lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez, right. Participate in singing. But other than that, or in Garth Brooks, which I missed it, I want to go back and watch that. I know it was Garth Brooks. I missed it. I got busy with a, with a conference call. But other than that, really you feel like the Grammys, you know, I feel like he was in a win. Yeah. Yeah. It doesn’t matter. Next, Show Next next singer, you know, that’s really what it felt like. Like Biden got onto talking, it’s like do with Garth Brooks anytime soon, like we had, we appreciate that you buy it and go sit down and put off the books on the TV, but that’s really all it was right.
0 (16m 36s):
There is nothing that, even the signs, by the way, I think that that episode, I said that maybe we should get some people with signs, not even that. Right. Cause again, like I mentioned, the secret service and, and, and from what I understand, even the national guard they had that locked down. Like there, we’re not letting anyone in or out that looked anywhere suspicious. In fact, I saw that some people working for the national guard and what are some, some active members were actually removed from partaking in defending the Capitol, or are at least standing there because of their possible affiliation with, with, you know, with the groups or Trump or the Republican party or whatever, they just didn’t feel like, you know, maybe they need to be there so that they actually removed some, you know, active members or the national guard.
0 (17m 26s):
So anyways, and nothing happened, guys, walk, walk, walk, sorry. Tell me somebody’s right now. Is that stop rubbing it in dude. Shit. All right. All right, fine. I’ll stop. And with that, let’s move on to the last story that I have because Josh has some juicy stuff. And that is out of the daily wire.com headline. Trump talks to allies about starting his own political party is right. Like every, every, every grown person, right? When they lose the ag, when they lose a board game, they’re like, I don’t even need monopoly. That’s what he was doing in my head.
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President, Donald Trump has reportedly spoken to some of his associates in recent days about forming his own political party. Although the idea is considered unlikely. Even if he is being serious, the President said he would, I want to call the new party ready at Patriot. Heidi, wait, I’m not joking. No of his or her looking at me like you stop fucking around. I’m serious. That’s what she has gone to college top pro Trump Republicans close to the Trump administration, tolled the daily wire that they thought it was a bad idea and that it would split enough support away from the Republican party that it would ensure Democrats stayed in the majority for quite some time into the future, online Democrats and leftists in the media cheered the idea for that exact reason though, you know, like, what is he going to do?
0 (18m 59s):
What is he going to win? He’s not going to all of a sudden take over the Republican party, right? There are plenty of Republicans. I know some of them personally that are not in the Trump train, you know, like they are like, no dude, like if you have a lot of stuff that I don’t necessarily agree with on you go and what is that going to happen? Of course. And the split, the whole damn thing. I am going to say down the middle, you know, but enough of it, like the article said where it will be awhile and to either party either recovers and becomes wholesome again or until one dominates. Right. And it’s big enough to go against the Democrats. And if any Republican out there that is also a Trump supporter backs this up, the article is nailing it, writing the head, right, right.
0 (19m 45s):
On the head, insane. The Democrats would probably, you know, win several more elections. Right. Both presidential and local, you know, even, you know, or Senate or, or, or, or, or, you know, in Congress, because again, it would take away so much from the Republican party. So it has a bad idea. I don’t know that there’s any backing to this. Other than those, like again, strong Trump efficient models.
3 (20m 11s):
Yeah. Well, pretty much those guys that we spoke about before that were disappointed, you know, the QA, non guys they’re going to be like, yeah, hell yeah. The Patriot party, the content, wow. Freedom there.
0 (20m 21s):
Or the name it’s like, if this guy let me, I will give you that will give Trump the us. And I think that many people have said this to you. I think even a Jang from TYT has said, have this Trump, he’s a, he’s a celebrity. He’s a, he’s a TV guy. And he knows how to come up with like names and you know, like just stuff that people are like, Ooh, sounds cool. You know
3 (20m 45s):
I but its like that kind of name is like, I feel like he wrote that on like the back of a cocktail napkin or something like that. Five minutes before Joe Biden got into power and he left the white house is like, it’s like, it didn’t take that much thought like Patriot buddy, like, Oh yeah.
0 (21m 1s):
I mean adding, he had a couple of different choices, you know, tough men, Barbie strong man, you know, H Patriot men now. So you can’t, you can’t do management and you can exclude a woman, Patriot party guy, man. You know that I, I will, I will close off this story with this. I used to believe, you know, you know, I’m just like that guy right in the middle. I used to believe in some of the guy’s policies. And as the news comes out more and more and more, you know, I’ll go back to my own videos that are my shutter. JTH you going to regret this? I’m going to regret this in like two, two to three weeks. He didn’t regret it because the guy seems like the closer he got to his, his end, you know, as he says, the president, he, he came out with more and more to is what the hell are you talking about?
0 (21m 55s):
Kind of shit. You know? So, but whatever. All right, what is that? Let’s move on to what you, what you have.
3 (22m 3s):
Right. Well the very last little bit of today, it’s like, so what’s happened. So what was the last thing that Donald Trump did before he left the white house? Well, it seems like he left a lot of people to the last minute to give them pardons presidential pardons. One of the biggest ones on there was Steve K Bannon now honestly before the show and before researching it. And if you guys are actually subscribing to the show, you probably heard us talking about her a little bit of the pardons there, but Steve K Bannon is he, I didn’t realize he was Trump’s former chief strategist in the white house. And he was in charge in the final months of his, of his 2006 presidential campaign and was inducted in August, along with three others on wire fraud and money laundering, conspiracy charges, prosecutor, alleged that Bannon’s crowdfunding.
3 (22m 54s):
We built the wall campaign raised more than 25 million from Trump supporters and used hundreds of thousands for personal expenses. I mean, yeah, that happens in all the time. I, yeah. I mean you, you probably know more people or you, you might have more experience in that kind of thing, but I’m sure you probably seen people doing that. Right. JTH
0 (23m 19s):
I mean, it happens all the time. I mean rich, rich folks, right. People with access to money, I should say that. Yeah. They, they get very, you know, comfortable so to speak with, Oh, you know, putting money here, putting money there, taking money from there, putting it over here and say, Hey came from over here. But really it came from this. What do you know this side? And yeah. I mean, that’s what kind of abandoned did you know? That’s why he got in so much trouble, especially with that border wall where Trump couldn’t get anymore money, you know, from Congress and essentially, I don’t know. And Biden thought about it. I’m sorry. Excuse me. Bannon thought he was like, I don’t know that much more richer than the government.
0 (23m 60s):
And he is a, you know what, me and my supporters we’re going to fund this shit. And I, I heard it by the way, at the end day went to put all their money together. They went to a construction company and they, they got some deal done and they’re like, all right, bill is the one I know we are going to bill you at 30 feet. Like, what can I stop now? I know they’re going to be at 30 feet because well, for one that’s as much as he can build on private or not federal. Right. Cause I can just build on federal and private land. And they were like, you know, I know it’s a little more than 30 feet, you know, and being hyperbolic here, but still it was a, it was that’s how much, you know, is embarrassing. And then again, some of that money and you didn’t necessarily made it they’re all the way. Even though some supporters were told like, no, all your dollars are going towards the wall. And he was like, and some we’re going to my, to my pocket.
3 (24m 44s):
Yeah, exactly. Of course. I mean, not always happens. What says he was taken into custody by the us postal inspection service agents while on board, the yacht of Chinese billionaire. Sorry, I’m going to butcher your name. It’s a Guo <inaudible> I think China. So a yam Bannon received a full pardon and now will not have to face the trial. Well then you go white collar crime does pay. Apparently there you go. And do something. Some of the notable ones, I guess, was a little Wayne or wheezy as he’s known. I didn’t realize that until today. And JTH and I had a little talk about land Laker, the wheezy Yeezy conspiracy.
3 (25m 25s):
But anyway, moving on Kodak blank wines. Well actually, sorry, going back to little Wayne. Well, he was, he was basically caught moving a gun state, state, something like that. Right. Trump’s reasoning behind that. Well, you know, he’s got to stay popular within the black community. I don’t know. I think I’ve seen a photo of them together actually. So maybe they are like maybe they’ll buddies. I dunno. Yeah.
0 (25m 49s):
Oh, that was there was there. Yeah, they did take a photo together while Trump was still very much an office.
3 (25m 54s):
Well, I don’t know. I mean like Trump maybe he, maybe he doesn’t have too many friends right now. And he’s just trying to, just trying to free up some time for the guys who, who could be a friend with him right now.
0 (26m 6s):
He’s going to need this street credit man. After, after, you know, everything has been Zane, so he doesn’t want to be walking around the streets of Florida Mar-a-Lago you know, and, and now, you know, now I get some street credit with the, with the community, so yeah. And the, the, what was the last one?
3 (26m 22s):
So actually we got Kodak black. I’m not actually sure what you got pardoned for, but he’s been pardoned as well, but actually funny, you should mention Florida cause actually five people who actually caught up in the WellCare health plan, I guess you could call it like a false statements. Conspiracy they’ve actually all five of them had been pardoned. That was Todd Farrah. I’m going to, again, butcher your name, sorry about that. He is buried a William kale pull Barron’s and one Peter Clay. Now it says here that they, they will, well, they will have different roles within the WellCare health plan, kind of, kind of in the structure there, they will kind of part of management, CEOs, presidents, or that kind of thing.
3 (27m 8s):
But they were basically all arrested in 2013 for again, white collar crime fraud. It’s quite funny that it’s actually in Florida because actually that’s Donald Trump’s re re residential state. I believe it’s not, there is no longer New York, I think in 2017, he changed its Florida. So we’re not to be too conspiratorial, but maybe,
0 (27m 30s):
Yeah, I know it’s interesting because I mean, for one, everybody think at this point is if you haven’t, I will say this, he has relocated himself. As soon as he left the white house to Florida, you know, specifically as Mar-a-Lago the state and yeah, you’re right. I mean, here we have, you know, five people all from the state of Florida, right. Pardoned by Trump. So this is not the last of Trump right? This is a, I don’t know how he’s in to resurface. I don’t know if he’s in to work around The the banning of social media. I don’t know how right, but he has been purged from all social media that at least is relevant. Now the chorus, there’s also the comeback that a lot of people are hoping for, for parlor.
0 (28m 15s):
And that’s where my that’s where I would say my guess is that Trump will resurface. Once parlor is reinstated and is working again, yada, yada, that that’s where Rosie Trump and that’s where I’m seeing a lot of his supporters will flock to now, will he come up in any other social media, you know, platforms, the traditional ones you can say like Twitter and Facebook and stuff. I don’t know. I, I honestly doubted, unless again, he starts sewing the social media platforms, right? Leveraging some of that, some of that kinda like political incite that he now has, and he will forever have, right. Because of course he was the president.
0 (28m 56s):
So, you know, he, he might pull some strings, use some of that influence write and leverage that, that, Hey, I might come back one day and you can be President so you better reinstate me kind of reinstatement kinda thing, reinstate Me kinda thing. And you know, some of these social media platforms might cave in and say whatever, you know, get them back the platform. And I think we’ll see that once we get closer to the four years, you know, or Trump abidance, I should say, and of his four years, right. Is when we’ll start seeing if some of these media companies, social media companies, News media companies, they start folding again in reverse into, back into, you know, Donald Trump’s.
0 (29m 41s):
If again, four years down the line, we have seen that, Hey, Biden it really hasn’t done anything notable. Or if anything, you know, as looks like the guy’s is falling out of favor with a lot of his followers and it looks like Trump is gaining, you know, that Trump Trane is gaining and gaining momentum again, because it can Happen right now, I think is being brought almost to complete hole. You know, just, it’s not really going anywhere. He doesn’t have that momentum ahead. ’cause again, you know, Our with the old and with the new kinda thing, and people are all going to be very much watching what Biden does. So if, if Biden again in four years from now is only, you know, climbing up in the poles and everything know, then you can, everything I just said goes out with a window.
0 (30m 26s):
However, of course, if it doesn’t happen that way, and we can start seeing a lot of these media companies give back some of that access, some of that power, some of that spotlight back to Trump. Right. Which I actually do believe again, contingent that, you know, Biden does a horrible job. He might run again. He might say F right, let’s do it again. Right. I’m right now. I don’t see it right now. He’s been defeated. And like, anyone else, he’s going to go home, cry himself, to sleep for a couple of nights in his mansion. And then, you know, maybe you get up again and, you know, dust himself off. But right now I think he’s in the lay low he’s in to be out of site. He is going to be out of mine because he wants, if anything, to see what Biden actually does now that Biden actually holds the presidency right now, by the way, I’m going to have you guys might.
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And I remember, you know, especially if we haven’t been watching, I also called it, I called it like a month or less AF or before Trump left the white or the white house. I said, watch in probably X amount of days, right before Trump leaves office Twitter and all these social media companies are going to pull her access from, you know, for, from Trump. And it happened, right? Because you can almost see it happening from a mile away. And I’ll be able to report to the references video. What is this video? 80, 88 and maybe four years and say, what did I tell you? You guys, again, if Trump Biden completely, you know, falls on his face and Trump Gaines that momentum you’ll watch about four years from now.
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I know if he was like a long time away, but you’d be surprised you will start seeing a lot of these media companies give the spotlight back to Trump. If, again, Trump’s decides to run again right in four years, which will show you the HIPAA prism behind all these CEOs, right. There are like, Oh, we’re so woke or with Biden right now, all we knew what the young Community, but in four years time Trump decides to run again or someone like Trump and they’ll give all the spotlight to them. There’s this? Oh my God. You know, like, look at this horrible guy, the clown is back. Is it part two? And it’s like, you know, it goes to the show. So where were you? What, what, what happened while your guys’ statements, you know, four years ago and Biden, and Trump lost, it’s all a BS game guys.
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You know, again, I’m not some profit. I just see it coming because it’s all money business, right? Trump was not going to give them anything to really move their social media as much as, you know, the, the, the, the ads, all that crap, you know, people are going to see people that are going to stop following him and stop. Cause he’s no longer President. So naturally it was, it was, it was a perfect way to kind of give them a sendoff and just shut him down. But when they need him again, when they need the little demon again, they might give him the spotlight. So that’s my take on it.
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Yeah. I mean, that’s pretty much it until then. He’ll probably just be hanging out with little Wayne and, you know, return in the form of a nap for now. And that’s it. That’s all we’ll get, we’ll get the Trump app. Sorry, it’ll be the freedom app. You know,
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You might be hearing or looking forward to a collab, a rep collab, you know, a little wave. He was drunk.
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Please when you think 20, 21 time and get any worse.
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Yeah. The boom collab album dropped the Trump leaves. Trump master. Yeah. I mean, yeah, whatever, but yeah, that’s it. I think that’s it. That’s the last story there. That’s it for today. For today. Alright, cool. Well guys, thank you for watching. If you’re still watching, don’t forget to subscribe. Don’t forget to, you know, give it a, like, if we’ve earned it, I hope we have. And we, we do these shows now almost regularly. We’re almost in a break streak and doing five shows this week. So we’re going to try to keep that momentum for as long as we can. And Oh, by the way, don’t forget. Now we have that join button. So if you feel also, we learned that and you just like Josh or Me, or, you know, just Josh more than anything, do it for him.
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You know, his dirty children run the world, but
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Yeah, 33. They’re going to Joel around the world. Cool. That’s different today. All right. And until the next time, see ya.