There is a lot to talk about! Oregon decriminalized hard drugs, Denmark alleges that COVID mutated, and of course, U.S. election talk.
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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 Hard Drug Legalization COVID-19 Mutates and lets talk a little bit of the, of the Election but first roll the intro.
Okay. Remember you can catch the show on Spotify, Apple podcasts who will podcasts or radio Public and if you don’t mind, it really, really helps us Show if you a, if you give it a LIFE for the algorithm here on YouTube, if of course you are watching on YouTube and then always a drop a comment down below, you know, let me know. I like to, to respond to it, to my comment and engage you guys and stuff like that. Okay. Let’s let’s jump right into this. So the first story is of course the one that immediately caught my attention when I was going this morning through, through my feed. And that is because, well, according to Denmark there’s an article that came out in the guardian that headlined Denmark announces coal, a 15 million meek over a COVID mutation fears.
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We’re going to see that. And I’m like, hold on, hold on. Cause a there’s been other, other places I have claim or have made similar claims right there, that there is one, there’s a video data sometime back about that COVID chicken wings and stuff like that. Right? You remember that? Okay. You know, so there’s one, I think definitely different theories and ideas going around. I think since this whole COVID thing started, right? That there is a possibility that the strain will change, right? And I think at least scientists agree that it is normal. This happens with many other strains of many other viruses, right? Including the common flu. The article also included things like mutated virus, infects 12 humans, sparking concerns that effectiveness a future of vaccines could be effected.
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They also added and a press conference on a Wednesday, the Danish prime minister. And I’m not going to try to say his name. I’m sorry. I’m really bad at saying names. I don’t want to chop it up. Said 12 people are already infected what the mutated virus and that the meek are now considered a public health risk. He says in a statement, the mutated virus in a mink may pose a risk to the effectiveness of a future vaccine. So definitely some, some serious stuff. You know, if, if this is as serious as at least the, the guardian is making it out to be, of course everybody is worried because we don’t really have anything conclusive as far as a treatment when it comes to this strain there, I think everybody is aware of write the, the COVID-19 and then I’m going to, I’m going to be honest with you.
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You guys have, you guys had a catch the trailer there, Hollywood already, you know, a rope or plotted road and released, you know, the latest, I guess, form of entertainment in a form of a movie that they’re like COVID 20 or 22, something like that a real quickly. We can find a little piece of that trailer. Nods, put it here.
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We missed you, kiss you right now. Sunday effect on authorized citizens. My stay indoors. As we head to the 213 per week of lockdown, a grim new reality emerges a 23 has mutated the beginning, thermal scan, thermal scan, normal notifying, new development confirms the virus attacks the brain tissue.
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Yeah. It’s just a, it, you know, it’s just like, okay. I mean, I saw this article. I happened to see that trailer and I was like, Oh, you guys are messing with us. Yeah. Are you messing with Ash chin? I was like, am I on prank, Ashton? You know, it’s come on. You know, this is not what we need, you know, it’s a right now. So, you know, I didn’t make too much of it other than maybe kinda like an FYI kind of thing. Like, Hey, this is something that came up. I liked that there were a very specific, like, you know, by saying said 12 people or, you know, 12 humans, you know that they mentioned that in the article and its like, well, OK. You know, so, you know, whatever a new strain, a legend can affect humans, just so you know, and with that, and this jumped into a story number of dose and that is what has been recently legalized in Oregon.
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And so Fox news covered it. And then the rolling stones of course also covered it. And that is a Oregon decriminalizes all drugs while DC, this psychedelics. Yeah. You heard that. Right. So let’s get into this real quick. So what essentially says here, right? Is that you have States, right. You know that the rolling stones is also included that ha you know, legalized marijuana. Right. And that has been happening now for some time. Right. In fact, we suddenly five other States were added to that list, but now stay tour, like, so are you going to decriminalize them? M J ha hold my beer. And it were like, this is like, we are going to do psychedelics.
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And an Oregon is like, Oh yeah, my whole, my two beers. We’re all going to do our jocks. I see your MJ. Right. A decriminalization DC. How you see you are psychedelics, right. Mushrooms and stuff like that. I raise you all drugs. Oregon man, that they, they are, I guess, are not messing around. They jumped from like, you know, seeing and another, you know, other States, Colorado go like, let’s see how people do with marijuana right now. Okay. And then D is like, let’s add mushrooms. And in Oregon is like, I’m just going to do the whole thing, everything. And that is what are you are again, calmed down to it. What do you mean? Everything?
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Everything. And we were going to do, according to this article, they are going to eat according to their measure. A 10, by the way, at one 10, excuse me, they are decriminalizing drugs. Like heroin, methamphetamine, LSD. I mean, everything. Everything’s like legit. Now hold your horses. I don’t think I have any viewers, but any of you, which item I didn’t judge you, I guess legally I can’t either. And Oregon, if you are, this is your, you’re a cup of tea, but hold on. It’s not like, I don’t want you to be like, okay, where’s the store. Is there an app already for it know you can’t, you can’t Postmates a fed amphetamine. Okay. Hold on. So let’s go through the motions here.
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Borders in the state of Oregon also voted in favor of measure one Oh nine, which allows for patients 21 and older to buy a process and consume psychedelic drugs. I at Saya silo, Ben, I’m sorry. I didn’t even know what that word is. A silo bin service centers under the supervision of train a facilitator’s while measure one, a 110 decriminalizes is personal possession of drugs like heroin, methamphetamine, LSD, N M D M a no idea what that is also overwhelmingly pass with a 60% of voters in favor of the measure.
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Again, one 10 also called for the establishment of drug addiction, treatment programs funded by it, marijuana tax revenue. So the, a here, right, is that as the, the decriminalization, excuse me of marijuana in this state brings in revenue. They are like, let’s use some of that money to create a plan, right. For, for drug addiction. So I guess there is some balance there and saying, Hey, all this tax money, shouldn’t go to bonuses of these bureaucrats for that. So they can buy, you know, fancy houses and cars. It should go to establishing some kind of a again treatment programs, right.
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For people seeking treatment or for that matter. So I guess in that sense, if this is true, of course, I, I would say, you know, thumbs up. If it’s a great idea. Other things to consider is instead of a treatment for a drug, a user’s Oregon will not offer them addiction services. So it’s different, right? It’s that there is a big difference again, going with the whole program. It’s not just saying, Hey, we’re trying to get you out of drugs. It’s also saying, Hey, if you’re going to be a user, right. It’s almost a again, by the word that we’re using a facilitator, right. Train facilitator, which I don’t know. I don’t know. That’s a career now. It, you know, I don’t know how you, when you apply for that, but that’s, that’s a thing. Now you’re going to go ahead and get out and go to these places again.
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I can’t remember. I don’t know what that word, Amanda Sile bins or whatever. I’m assuming it’s like, just like right now we have a marijuana shops, right? Empty shops, where you go and you know, you kind of like have a consultation with someone that’s OK. This is what it, this is the effect that I’m looking for. And then of course they tell you, okay, this is what you want to buy or stuff like that. Right. I’m assuming it’s a lot like that with when it comes to not only again, treatment against where people that are trying to do rehab, but for addiction services. Right. Which is a, I’m assuming kind of Me control it had. And I get to the point where you owe D something along those lines. So it’s definitely very interesting.
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A couple other points on here is this is only for quantities of controlled substances that can be considered as only for personal use, for example, one gram of heroin for, or DMA. I don’t know what that is. Or two grams of cocaine or methamphetamine, 12 grams of SA, I’m sorry. If anybody of our experts out to their, like, he’s pronouncing it wrong. I’m sorry. Silo silos and Ben mushrooms or 40 doses of LSD oxycodone, or a methadone. Again, interesting criminal penalties for possession of these amounts are replaced where they find up to $100, which can be bypass to the user is elevated at addiction recovery centers, okay.
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Crimes that are associated with drug use, such as manufacturing, drugs, selling drugs, or driving while under the influence are still a criminal offense, multiple countries in Europe, including Paraguay and the Netherlands and Switzerland have decriminalized Hard drugs without ramped up negative effects in 2015 European Drug a report also a Drug I’m sorry, a European drug. And the report also found that Portugal’s drug overdose, death rates is five times lower in the European union average. Right? So here’s my, my final thought on this. Okay. So I see all of this and I can see the positive, at least that Elise, you know, some of these legislators we’re going for right.
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Saying, Hey, we have a big problem. We had this whole war on Drug, which is the right that started, I think back with like Reagan or something. Right. And everybody’s like, we know we, we have to end it because more than good, it has driven more negative things. Right. If anything, the, the whole, again, war on drugs has just, I dunno, incited people from all these other countries to just pour and push and find creative ways to bring in drugs. So why don’t we go ahead and do what we did with marijuana. Obviously it’s doing something good, right. With pot and say, Hey, let’s just basically, you know, farm it here or grow it, farming distributed here, and then kind of keep an eye on it.
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And at the S UN on the side to make some dough, right. Make some money off of it. So again, I see all that. Here’s, here’s what I foresee. I foresee a new war. What are you talking about JT? Well, let’s, let’s, let’s think about this for a second. Right? In most all industries, right. Especially when one new one emergence, when a brand new one comes up, you know, if it’s in is flourishing, what do you normally see? You all, you see people trying to do replicated, trying to do the same, right. Trying to compete. So that set a person doesn’t monopolize, right. In industry, right. You saw with Netflix then all of a sudden fast forward.
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Well, not even, not even 10, 15 years, you have Hulu, you have these. And then plus you have all these other streaming services. So what do you think it’s going to happen? Right. And I think has been already had, or I think that there’s already, some problems have been seen in the, in the pot industry that even though it has been again, decriminalized in many States, you still have people trying to take it to other States. In fact, I kinda, I, I remember some people that I, I knew that would go to, for instance, a Colorado and bring it over to Oklahoma. Right. And it’s, it aint going to Oklahoma. I knew people that would do things like buy it for other individuals that they actually shouldn’t have drugs because I’m not sure exactly the ins and outs, but I believe if you have a certain record, a criminal record, you’re not supposed to be meddling with any of that.
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Even if it’s legalized S excuse me, legalize. Right. So there’s a lot of things that you still have to worry about. So it’s a decriminalized for the general public, but there’s still definitely many different, you can kind of say barriers that again, legislator started put up to control, massive distribution or area area monopolar. Yeah. Monopolization, which essentially is, Hey, this is, this is my hood. You can sell here. And it happens in that. So what I think potentially it can happen with a lot of this, right. That you’re going to have certain vendors, distributors, growers, you know, just people in general that this is kind of their business.
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And it’s like, Hey, I have, I don’t know, four or five, six 20 shops, you know, and the area of equity. Right. And it’s like, no, there’s going to be maybe behind the current Wars killings murders happened. Because again, you have legal, legal shops getting into each other’s turf. I mean, I think that’s a real possibility. And I remember that there was an article that I read sometime back about something is similar to what happened in California with, with the Legalization of pot, where there was like this ranch, where people, immigrants were being brought in to grow it, to harvest there and everything.
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And then there was a murderer. What happened there, there was like five or six murders. If I, if I can find it, I’ll have to put it up a bit up here real quick. But you know, it it’s a real thing, right. That we see as the general public pay. Cool. I mean, I, I like mushrooms or I like weed or whatever. Right. Maybe you don’t even like it, but you’re not against people using it. You’re like, okay, great. That will stop all the illegal dealings and all of these nasty neighborhoods where people like to go deal in the back of a, of a vehicles and an alleys. And it just makes it more dangerous. That’s one side guys, that’s one side, but again, critical thinking, right.
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Let’s look at this from a much more broad spectrum. Right. And then also from a more micro spectrum, Ryan and saying, OK, so that part is legal, but now what if I want to open a shop Eros herself there? And like, what if, what if for some reason you were like, I want to get into the business, you know, besides you, it’s the bureaucratic hurdles that you’re going to have to get through, right? Depending on the city that you want to open up your shop, what other hurdles are unspoken of? Am I going to get into someone’s territory? As you know, somebody’s down maybe down a, a, a, a few blocks, a few miles come be like, dude, you’re ticking away. My business, bro, all these users are mine. And what are you going to do? Call the cops on another dealer. Like how does that work?
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Right. So anyways, that’s what I think. And that’s what I foresee. Especially with much more Hard rugs. If this was just weed, hell or this was just mushrooms. That’s one thing. But because of my background, not me personally, but I know I, I come from a background of people that have used hard drugs. I can tell you that you can not compare in the same people. Shouldn’t in the same, a lineup we’d write with cocaine. I think a M most of us has probably seen movies where, where it’s like, you see the, yeah. Oh, they started with weed. And it’s like, now they’re like injecting heroin. Yeah. I think most people they know just enough about drugs.
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Know that that’s just not the same. If you have a, a, a place, like Oregon saying, Hey, now he can, no, you can cook a guess, but you have to do that. Right. Cook and then sell it. And now we were going to go, you know, buying that again. I think there’s going to be a great, a great advantage to that. Right. Right. But I think there’s also going to be some, some hidden dangers possibly. So I’ll leave that there. But with all that said, let’s jump into the last story. And that is, of course what everybody, and there are, mamma is talking about the U S ELECTION. Now for those of you guys that are watching me, perhaps that are not from the us and you guys couldn’t care less.
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I’m sorry. If this is probably popping up everywhere in your note newsfeed, probably going to have in your country, because that’s just how Americans, you know, we think everything’s us. So it’s like, we understand something is happening in your country, but we come first. So let’s talk about it. I’m sorry. But it, you know, it is all over my feet, certainly because, well, I’m in the U S and that is, of course the Trump bite in a Election that right now, according to the paywall, depending on the source you’re looking at, it’s like neck to neck right now. I have a whole bunch of points here. Right. And, and I’ll go through them real quickly and I’ll give you, my I’ll give you my 2 cents. In fact, that might even tell you who I think my, when like everyone else.
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So of course we have a bite of neck to neck, right. Last night was the official Election right. When everybody was voting and the accounting boat, and we were supposed to know, traditionally speaking, like other pass elections, pretty, pretty early on, who was going to be the winner. Right. Even though sometimes the dragon on even what the hell is, but I even now I’ve been hearing some reports and yeah, back then everybody kinda knew Trump was going to win. I mean, we dragged it on just because of the dramatics, but it was, it was pretty clear after a few key States close to that, Trump had it. Right. And now it’s like, not like that. Okay. So right now, again, very NIC to nag, even though at times you have Biden, which we know is significant, more, more points to his favor.
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You do have a, an example. Trump’s saying that, of course, if he were to lose, he’s going to take this to the Supreme court, yadda yadda, yadda, you know, in some States I will agree with, you know, with the young Turks, they, they are true. Trump is saying for some States, Hey, stop County in another city, does that count faster and faster, faster, something like that. Right? So yes, he is a very flip-floppy or in Pennsylvania where allegedly he is believes he’s going to win there. And some statistics are saying that he will, he’s a yacht in Quanto, you know? Yeah. As soon as the, the, the, the, you know, the vats, I got to stop it no more.
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That’s it. Thank you. Next day. Meanwhile, do you have places like Arizona, where at one point you didn’t Fox news had Arizona as a, as a blue state, meaning a dimmer, a democratic state, or at least four bucks. Right. When, usually, usually by the way, and I checked it myself for the past, I believe four elections that Arizona has been read. And it’s a story, red state, meaning where the Republican party and this case somehow is coming blue. So what does that mean? What we are, but like, we count, we count everything all over again. You want to scrap everything and start all over again. Right. And it’s a very typical if someone that doesn’t know how to lose, right. Or doesn’t, doesn’t accept when even he, if he has a winning on one hand, but then the other hand, maybe he’s losing.
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He’s like, I don’t care. I’m losing here a recount, everything. So, you know, that’s why a lot of people are giving him a lot of shit right now. Cause they’re like, come on, dude, like take your wings for your winnings. And then you’re not, you’re not going to win them all. I’m sorry. This is not what you probably feel was 2000. What? 16, right? Yeah. Right. This is now. And right now it is too, too bright for you. Biden managed to edge ahead of it as a Me record and is very, I dunno, when you buy at the time you watch this, you know, everything where everything will be different, did manage the edge ahead in key States like Michigan, Nevada, and Arizona, allegedly again, although there are rumors that that will be, I don’t know.
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I don’t know if supposedly recount, I don’t know what’s gonna happen. The recounted something, something to, to make you should of had worked for Trump. The polls were wrong. That’s another, the big headline write that many people will, Ben Shapiro, many outlets, the same brick and poles, man, the whole time, you know, before the elections, everybody was saying, Oh, it looks grim for Trump. That’s going to be a landslide for a Biden. And it wasn’t a landslide for either to whoever told you, by the way that we ever pull, you heard or wherever, whatever outlet you are saying, isn’t to be a landslide for a Biden or, or a Trump. It was not a landslide, right? Yes. Again, right now Biden is a head. Right. And, and in, when it comes to the current, the tabulation of the States that are, are a confirmed, I guess you can say, but they’re still key States that are not done again.
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As of right now, which is seven 22 mountain time on a Wednesday, November 4th. It’s not over yet. Yeah. So yes, of course the polls were wrong. Now, many people were saying, you know, this, this is definitely a very good, kind of like a presentation of what the polls have become, right? How perhaps we either have to have much better people developing these, these analytics with these polls as a, as a bench, a peer put it, or we simply should of been listened to them. We simply should ignore them.
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Right? Because again, clearly The, there were a useless, we also have a things like a pre elected polls had to buy it and leading Trump by an average of 10 points, again, going back to the whole poll, he is wrong, smaller margins in swing States, but those leads largely IRAP rated as a Knight itself when along a, another thing that was real funny with these polls is that they had a lot of States that traditionally again have been red, Florida, like Texas. And they’re like, Oh, these are, these are very swing. These could go either way. Yes. Some areas of Florida, som areas of Texas are a lot more blue leaning.
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Right? You have places like I’m a Dallas, right? Who, according to a map, I found at a significant concentration of blue voters. But generally speaking, the majority of the state is pretty red. But again, these polls were like, you can go anywhere. It can go either way. It could be Biden. It was never Biden. Just like Florida. It was never going to be a Florida thing. Right. A real quick side note, find a real funny article by Breitbart. Who’s that who had a, I know Breitbart. I know a lot of people like Breitbart who had a, an article of a John Leguizamo do the actor.
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He, he goes, you got Hard. I mean, I know if, I don’t know if this is exactly to the T what he said, but a horn to Breitbart, it was like, Don, that goes, I know, called the people in Florida rats, and that they are in debt to him again. I, I guess I just it’s like many, many different outlets. It could be exaggerated. It could be something that, you know, the guy probably never really meant to say that way, but it’s funny, you know, that a lot of people took it to heart when they saw a lot of these polls come out. Right. They were very offended. You know, particularly if maybe they were fond of a state, you know, maybe they really liked it there. And they’re just really upset. Just like the whole thing about people saying, if so, so winds I’m leaving the country.
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You’re a moron. I don’t care. What is your favorite person has ever said of that? Look at what happened in 2016. So many people are like, if Trump wins, I’m leaving, I believe will be Warburg, Whoopi Goldberg. Excuse me. That was one of them. And how are you standing to view she’s doing her interview. Show she’s, he’s about to do six track sister act three. Oh, happen will be a tire. You are going to leave, you know, I, I could be wrong, but I could swear. That’s what she said. You know that again, there was many other other celebrities and you have the same shit now, you know? And again, I don’t know if necessarily that’s what he meant, you know, John, but you know, if that certainly that’s true. I don’t, you know, it’s probably a heat at the moment. You know, people get very, very passionate about these things on Hawaii.
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Okay. Moving on. So, so what does this overall mean? Right? What does this really gonna come down too? Right? This is where I gave you my, my final thoughts. JT, what do you think? Is it a win for starters? Let me tell you what I’ve been telling. A lot of people that have asked me that in DMS, no one knows perhaps maybe locally some States, no. Right? Because they’re actually counting all these votes and stuff like that. They may be know what’s happening in their region. Maybe some in-depth Ana analysts with some real good Intel. They might also have a good idea.
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So far, you’re going to have the Trump supporters, loyalists say no way, no matter what happens. Trump won in fact by it and can be two years into his presidency end. And Trump’s sports are going to be like Trump, when it was stolen, you are going to have that, right. You’re going to have the biggest, that’s what you have from, from a lot of other elections. Right? So we both still, I have heard people still tell me in my head, Obama in office. Okay. Normal like that, you know? And I get it. You know, people get very loyal, very passionate, a about politics. Even if they don’t know a squat, literally nothing of legislature or what’s happening. Right.
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They get very, very passionate about the figurehead. You know, they don’t know really what they can and cannot do, but Denovo, you start like this, you always smoke. You have to be a skinny, kind of a handsome. And then some people get really passionate back there, guy, quiet, quiet fit. The watch has got 10 feet taller. Everybody gets me, you know what be what you said? You know, they get really passive. You know, you don’t even know how many feet we’re already up. You know, all we know where we’re at, you know, 20 feet, but they’re like 10 feet. You know why? Because again, they get very passionate about their figure head.
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And I think that’s a really good, the tenor happened here right now, according to some polls, for instance, right? Or some, some data sources. You have a abiding again, as when I’m filming this at 253 points, right. Versus 214 with a trunk, you have States that have not concluded like Nevada, Arizona, Alaska, until the mania, Georgia, North Carolina, right. There are still very much up in the air. They are being counted and all this other stuff that you are hearing, that’s why a lot of people are saying, Hey, can still go somehow four of her Trump, you know?
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And now I have heard some, some honest opinions, like Tim CAS, right. Where he said, Hey, honestly, I think that a, you know, I want to win because I believe he voted for him. But I, I think that it’s over for the guy. Right? I think it just looks like it’s going to its going to be going forward for Joe Biden. So I think that you shouldn’t make any assumptions. You shouldn’t take anybody’s word for it. No matter how smart they look on TV or how sure they look of their response. You know, I think honestly we should all wait number. It’s a lot, like I tell you guys about unfortunate videos, we see a black police brutality. Right. Right. Now, unfortunately we’re all seeing the unavailing, right?
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We’re all seeing the problem unfold before our very eyes, right. When it comes to who is gonna win. And I see the problem because I think that’s what a lot of people are going to take it as regardless of who wins. It’s a problem, right? Sure. Are you going to have people with Trump? Whether it be the proud boys or whoever stands with him saying, Oh, if, if Biden wins, it’s a problem. It’ll be the end of the world. Ah, go to your bunkers. And of course, if bide a I’m sorry, a Trump gets reelected, you’re going to have people and the other side, but maybe BLM or whoever stands with Biden or rather against Trump again, same thing. Ah, he’s the anti-Christ for sure. This term would be the end of the world. You know? And it’s is again a lot of, of the same old crap.
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But trust me, that’s one thing that I can tell you guys that I think I’ve been repeating over and over. I honestly believe honestly that nothing more than possibly some, some legislation though, we don’t necessarily entirely agree. And for some of us to understand will be passed regardless of who’s in office. Right? Because although some of you guys may think that the president is like, this is all powerful person sometimes because you hear from the media so much, the most powerful man in that world, he’s a f-ing man, nothing more, nothing less. And hopefully one day a woman and its someone that still needs to pass a lot of stuff through other branches of government, at least here in the U S right.
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He’s not a guy that he just snap his fingers and it’s like, you have a check. You have a check of that is true for all of us, at least in the us, we have our second round of checks. Have you gotten yours? No, because you are all so powerful. Trump can not do that. He does not have the power to do that. Right. Kenny veto some stuff. He doesn’t like, sure. Yeah, no, of course you can, but can he just pass anything? He just desires like this that’s now how government works. Right. And again, a lot of us have so little understanding of how government works that we think we’re adjust about to elect the most powerful prick and person in the entire planet.
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And that’s a lie, a lie more than anything told by the us to the rest of the world to kind of like intimidate the rest of the world. Like the us as the most powerful guy in the world know, we don’t, you really think people I put in, think that you like, Oh no, that would definitely the, you S the most powerful format in the world that, you know, he’s probably laughing to share like saying fricking like that, whatever he did to the pigeon or whatever he did that you guys are going to see that yeah, there was, there is a layer not to try to find that the guy there’s a little of a picture of it. You know, it was probably by accident, but it looks like the fricking pigeons is the leader of him or something. It was hilarious. Right? You think that guy he’s like, dude, I get the pigeons to solute to me. You know? Or how about that was mispronounced his name, but the guy from North Korea, you think that he things that are president of the most powerful guy on in the world?
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No, but again, Americans were so freaking self-absorbed as we think that this election is the most important thing in the entire planet. This election is the most important thing in the entire history of your life is such a stupid, stupid statement. And usually said by people that you absolutely hate Trump and they want to fear monger you. And to believe in that, right? Interesting. Come on over a button. We need to get rid of the antichrist. And it’s like, and you’re like, okay, are you sure? OK, I’m here. And my boat or, or the opposite, right? The people that are like, yes, Trump, whatever Trump says are idiots are more on the zombies and the like we do, we need to get, you know, we need to leave from, in office.
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Yes. From morons, both sides. And that’s the wheelie where you should land. You really shine in the hay. Unfortunately, we were stuck with either one of these decisions. One guys that have asked one guy that likes to like touch and like widespread things like this. And another guy that’s like grabbed them by The come on. When it comes to their persona as men. Now please don’t think you’re in a boarding for that. When it comes to their intelligence. I don’t know. One guy already has early, at least in my opinion, some people might disagree signs of maybe early dementia, which is very sad.
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Right. And the other guy that the guy doesn’t know the left from his right hand, from his little hands. Right. And everything is gray. Everything is fantastic. Everything’s great. You know, you’re ready to have the most present. And it’s gray be quiet is fantastic. Is the best freaking vocabulary of like a kindergartener. Right? So when it comes to like voting for intelligence, don’t, we’re waiting for the best man in terms of like, you know, his morals, don’t, don’t, don’t fool yourself. Don’t let anybody for, you know, when it comes to do what they want to do, actually as a president, in terms of, again, the bills they are going to come across his desk, what he’s in a proposal. Okay. We can start looking into things like that, but nothing more than that.
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Trust me on this. Right? I don’t want you anybody to walk away from this video. If you’re still watching, thinking none of these individuals are going to be your savior, don’t go with people. Fricking pudding, Photoshopping. The, the Trump face on top of Arnold Social when he was like Conan or whatever that he was, or, or biting us is a great grandpa is like, Oh no, don’t, don’t go with that shit. Right. See it as it is. And I’m going to say it that’d be really mean to another old, a white man in the office. And we need to vote for one of them because that’s the only options we have there. I sat it. It is what it is, what I would have rather have anybody else.
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Yeah. I definitely would. Are there candidates and I think should of never bowed to their political party and probably would have maybe been better candidates or at least given a better opportunity on both sides, sides <inaudible> even, even, even again, I’m going to kill, they are going to say this, but the Ted Cruz’s in the world to Marco Rubio is on there on the Republican side, write the Amy Klobuchar. And the way I apologize to her and chopped up her name or on the democratic side, you have, you know, candidates, even, even, even as old as he is Bernie, right. Or, or at the time when Booker was, was running. I mean, there’s other options that you can have your opinions and say, Oh right.
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Or a yang. Ooh, listen, there would have been a fresh, a different approach than what we have now. Right? This, this, this doesn’t feel like before Obama, every other political term, I’m not trying to be racist. I’m just saying that the way it is. And I think a lot of you guys agree is just, again, old are very much why dudes, that, that you’ve been in the office. That’s one thing that I will agree with Trump. I don’t know how to deal with him a lot, a lot of shit. But one thing I will agree with him is Biden. You been in power ish, Ryan, different positions, including vice-president and, and politics man for a lot of decades.
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And now all of a sudden is like, Oh, now, now is my time to shine down. I changed the world, dude. Why didn’t you do it when you were repeat, why didn’t you do it when you were, you know, and your other positions, because we are going to get a lot of the other crap, a lot of the same shit we’ve been, we’ve been getting, right? So again, the final thought here is please don’t get emotional. Don’t don’t let yourself be driven out in the middle of some riot, some protests, you know, some, some Me more ’cause you feel defensive over a range of these candidates. In my opinion, in our honest opinion, regardless of who wins by the time this actually gets done, which I predict two weeks to a month long, unless Trump drags and more so at bare minimum, two weeks to a month,
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We were going to get a lot of what you’ve seen before a lot. You’re not going to get anything more than that.
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You’re not going to get this again, does deliver us to Eve can a scenario with either
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A candidate. So I’ll leave that there. And I’m sorry if you have you thought that was going to, I was going to actually, somehow, you know, I tell you a magic lose in a win. Nope. Nobody really knows. Let the things play out the way they’re supposed to. And if you’re wondering who I voted for, what I actually voted for, Hey, thanks for 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
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