Let’s talk about the crazy ‘popular’ rabbi who is warning his followers that the COVID vaccine ‘could make you gay’. Also, does BLM deserve a Nobel Peace Prize?
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Good morning, good afternoon or good evening, depending on where you are tuning in. My name is Jonathan Torres Herrera and you are watching or listening to The JTH Show today. Lets talk about it. BLM actually deserves the noble peace price also More Fake News around the COVID Vaccine but first roll the intro.
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All right. So a first headline I found was actually from the Israel ham. So the headline was, I just couldn’t resist when I saw it popular rabbi warns followers that COVID Vaccine could make you gay.
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So let’s, let’s dive in a little bit deeper to what actually said. So in addition to purporting a false link between vaccines and homosexuality rabbi Daniel assau also claims that both the virus and the vaccines are work of a global malicious government trying to establish a new one.
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Right? So yeah. Yeah.
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Maybe a rabbi Daniel asshole. I mean ass whore, maybe a anybody else caught that. Yeah. You know, maybe should a focus more in having a deep view within himself. It may be perhaps the reason or not. I’m just saying, you know, speculating here, him or somebody he knows is gay is not because of the dam. Vaccine maybe because I know, I don’t know. You have always been gay, you know, stop blaming something like the Vaccine I’m not going to sit here and say that I’m a big believer of The of the Vaccine. I haven’t taken it. I know of people that have taken it and they seem to be fine.
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I’ll say it now. As I have said it before, I’m going to wait one because it is not that crucial for my family. And I need to take the vaccine because we’re not exposed. Like many other people are that are maybe working on the front lines. I’m always home. So as my family, our groceries is the lid are delivered. Our kids are homeschool. So again, I’m not going to get, trying to get in front of the line, by the way that makes some of these a rich and powerful and influencers are basically cutting in line to get the Vaccine right. Because again, I don’t need it. And then number two, I’m very much of the, have the mentality to not rush into everything that is maybe growing in popularity. That is just who I am. I I’m like that for almost everything in anything, including the new iPhone, you know, what do I have an iPhone?
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Yes. Am I the first one in line hail? No. Am I at one of those black Friday guys that, you know, go in and you know, goes and sits down outside of best buy from night midnight? No, never have never will be I’m I’m that guy that likes to wait to see how things are rolled out, see how others treat it. I don’t like to be part of the beta testing, put it in that way. Right. But it’s no, no problem with me and other people are. So for those two reasons, I’m not, I haven’t taken the Vaccine now and my, of the belief like a Daniel ass. What is it? Excuse me. I’m sorry. Is it Daniel asshole ass? Oh, it’s Asur. I’m sorry. Rabbi, rabbi asshole as her.
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No. What a jerk. What a jerk to even come out and say that, especially since according to the article here and, and we have here in the notes, this guy has a large following how dangerously stupid is for someone to have a large following and not understand that they have a, in many cases, unfortunately, a lot of influence, right? The sea, by the way, every time we do one of these shows to watch it goes to see a show why I hate so much to the words influencer and follower. See what I’m talking about. Yeah.
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Now. Yeah. Yeah, no, I completely agree. And it looks like a The influencing and following has been going on for a lot longer. I get these, these are like these where the proto who influences. Right? Right. So a PE people who didn’t need social media before they try to get people to do crazy stuff or believe crazy stuff. In my opinion, before I piss off the entire ultra Orthodox community. That’s what I believe. And I’m sorry if you, if you are triggered because of that, but yeah, yeah. In any case. Yeah.
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Yeah. I mean, it, it’s just one of those things that, you know, you have that much power and influence and you have to start treating it responsibly. You know, if you believe that by the way, a, in the event that someone that is, you know, related to, to the rabbi or rabbi himself, watch this video, let’s send, I’m just, you know, I am, you know, punching a little logo and playing a game here on your name, all seriousness, umm, you know, or all jokes aside, rather you need to be responsible with your goddamn influence. If you believe in something that, you know, as, as, as in my opinion, as preposterous as a shot, a Vaccine we’ll make you gay.
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You better have some science behind that. Right? Because to this day there hasn’t been anything that, you know, scientists have been able to put forth in saying, Oh look, we have no dog in the fight. But you know, it turns out that this medication or this Vaccine actually messes with your hormones to the point where it’s, it’s going to totally change your sexual preference. Now I’m not talking about the way those treatments where a lot of men or a woman, right. I have a transition that they, they, they changed and they purposely take right to be able to, to become either a transwoman or a transplant. And I’m not talking about that though. Those are therapies and that’s a completely different ball game.
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No, no, no. I’m talking about like a one-time medicine or in this case is like a one-time shot. You’re taking back it up with what, what science is my friend don’t back it up a tomboy statement that comes from your heart or comes from some book, you know, that is just full of fluff in theories and feelings. Cause your feelings is what’s making you, you know, say something stupid, you know, like this, you know what I mean?
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Exactly. And there’s a lot of other treatments as well, like for cancer patients as well, there is hormone therapy, which is actually used to try and treat cancer. And I think, yes, there are side effects, but does it change your sexual preference? No. I think the other thing that we have to look into here is the way that Daniel asks her, I’m going to stick with his name. Then Daniel Asser is actually saying that being homosexual is bad basically. Cause it’s like, no, don’t take it. You’ll be gay. It’s like you’ll problem is right. Would it be a problem if I were gay? Exactly. You know? I mean that, that shouldn’t, that shouldn’t be a reason that you don’t take this Vaccine it’s like, Oh no, it could make you gay.
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It’s like your point being
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Yeah. Yeah. Take you. Maybe you have more fun rabbi. Yeah. Listen, you know, I, I have no problem against the, the gay community. You know, I don’t think that I, you know, like this article or it perhaps rather I should say the rabbi is making it out to be a, you know, it turning you gay. It’s like it turning you into a demon. I’m now what that group never will be. You know? And I don’t need to be gay to be a, you know, something, someone that believes that, you know, at someone’s own preference and, and it is just that just their own preference, right. There is nothing to do with me. You know, I’m, I’m a, it doesn’t affect me, nobody in my family right now, at least is gay and I’m not gay.
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My wife’s not a gay, but it doesn’t mean that I’m going to sit here and stand against the gay community. You know what I mean? It’s just one of those things. That’s like, I don’t need to be a part of it too, to say what’s wrong and what’s right in there. Right? There’s a lot of things like many other many movements, like the ones that we’re about to get into right now, there are many movements in that have just bad actors, right. That unfortunately put a bad name to the movement or to The to the, to the group or whatever. Right. Whatever you want to call it. But it doesn’t mean that the entire thing is bad. Right. We have to unfortunate eliminate the bad actors and, and, and see really what the, the movement in and the LGBT community at its core is.
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It is for the rights of those people that have a different sexual preference period. Right. Have you heard of this bad actors in the community? Of course, I am fact I’ve met bad actors. People, people that, you know, don’t act the best, you know, in, in, in public and you wouldn’t want to run you, you know, and, and they happened to be gay, but do I believe, Oh, just because I met some, one guy randomly a long time ago who was gay and who, who, you know, didn’t, you know, act the best in public. I feel like the home community is bad. No, but anyways, I’m, I’m beating a dead horse now let’s, let’s move on with that is going on with the next story.
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What do we have?
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So moving on a, this is one I actually picked up from NBC and it’s a black lives matter nominated for Nobel peace prize. Interesting. Very, very interesting compared well, looking at the news that has happened over the past year in the movement. I think that while the movement has a lot, a lot and so much press for the whole of 2020, because of obvious reasons with what happened with George Floyd and general police brutality. Right. But let’s, let’s go in and start dissecting this a little bit more. Let’s have a look at some notable winners, have the Nobel peace prize. We have the likes of Nelson Mandela, the 14th Dalai Lama, Jimmy Carter, Al Gore, and actually surprisingly Barack Obama for some reason, but we will go into why that is a little bit wrong and just a moment, but let’s have a look.
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So recognizing the movement will send a powerful message. That piece is founded on equality, solidarity and human rights wrote a Norwegian lawmaker. A Norwegian lawmaker has nominated black lives matter. The global racial justice movement for the 2021 Nobel peace prize in his nomination letter. Peter Aida, I think is his name a socialist left member of the storting Norway’s parliament wrote that he had nominated black lives matter for their struggle against racism and racially motivated violence. Interesting. Right. JTH
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Yeah, yeah. Yeah. I’m seeing here that he went on to say that the BLM call for systemic change have spread around the world, forcing other countries to grapple with the racism within their own societies. He continued, the movement began after the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s killer in 2013 and reached a peak in 2020 after the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officer ID wrote, I decided that black lives matter online platform to be a pride activists where they share set of principles and goals saying that the grassroots movement comprises many views and a broad array of demands. Now Jesus Christ.
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So is this is, this goes exactly what I was just saying not long ago, right? What the other story I understand, right? A part of my brain says, or remember that at its core black lives matter, that makes a lot of sense, right? It’s bringing awareness. So the fact that they are is definitely a systemic injustice. You know, I can’t speak for the world by at least a year in America against minority groups, of course, including, and most no’s notable because of the ones that the media has made more than notable black individuals. Right. It doesn’t mean by the way, at least I’m one of those people that believes that systemic injustice only applies to people of color.
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Right. Black people know it applies, apply as a course to Brown people, right. Brown people, whether you are from Mexico or anywhere in America or your sin being Brown, right. Because your mom has his and your dad, his dad, or your grandmother was this period minorities. Right. So part of my brain says, Hey, at his core, this makes a lot of sense. Here’s a problem with that is that you guys just, all that video, that little clip at the beginning of the episode, that triggers the other side of my brain in the sense of, well, is there an, has there been more reason for BLM okay.
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Okay. To be nominated right now. Right. Is there a More reason then, then there used to be perhaps in 2013 and even between then and now between, or actually say between then and before George, there was, there was, there was, he is definitely a reason to nominate the movement. However, what has transpired in 2020 and 2021, at this point you can kind of say, hasn’t been the most, you know, I don’t know a Nobel peace prize or The of right now. I understand that some people will say right, that will that’s going on. I would have takes it. You know, it takes for us to make a little noise and it takes for us to be, you know, you know, under, what’s called I think Siebel civil disobedience, which then I would say both because there’s been hundreds, hundreds of not maybe thousands of people that unfortunately have had, have been impacted negatively over, over the actions of BLM right.
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Everything from businesses small, by the way, many minority owned businesses, even deaths, not by the way on the other sides, you know, account, but actually on people protesting on behalf of know, BLM right. We’ll never read, I forget the death of, of Garrett. One of the activists or protesters. I was out with his fiance, I think at the time she’s in a wheelchair and he got shot and he was out there, you know, protesting police, injustice along with BLM, you know, and it’s unfortunate. I said it before, you know, that, that he lost his life.
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I don’t think there’s really almost any movement that I can think of. Right. The second that’s worth a LIFE right. A movement should be for the sake of sure. Changing policy, sending a message, but I don’t think it should ever be at the cost of a human life. Right. It’s it’s very tragic. And if, and people, people sit there and may think the opposite thing, you know, no matter how many people have to die, that’s a deeper problem than you have to face within you and look deep within you. If that’s your mentality that, Hey, I don’t care if a thousand people have to die for my costs, because I’m pretty sure that somewhat along the lines of what, probably someone like that, I don’t know, Hitler said, you know, I don’t care how many Jews have takes to kill as long as you make.
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I make my point. You know? So I don’t think that there’s any movement, including BLM that it’s worth a human life, you know, human sacrifice to send a message again at its core and maybe where it started. Does it make a lot of sense to bring awareness to the fact that there is a systemic injustice? Yes, yes, yes. I want to make sure that I’m very extremely clear on that. Is it? What has been recently? No Knight in my opinion, but that’s just me. What do you think?
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Yeah. I mean, it’s, it’s completely hypocritical if you’re going to be, if you’re going to say that you will, life is not worth it because that’s exactly what you’re fighting for. You’re fighting for every, every group or that’s what should be behind every group. Every group wants equality. Every group wants to be recognized. Right. And that there has been this thing that has happened since, like we said, influences has been a thing and I kind of call them that they’re kind of like, they are extreme. They are extreme tourists in a way or tourists of extremism. They, they actually, they might post something as like you, you know, you’ll come in and that kind of thing.
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And you’re attacking a small business and you’re attacking the wrong people. I mean, I think, yeah, there is a certain, there is a certain level where extremism might be necessary, but in this case, attacking a small restaurant has made no palpable change whatsoever. You’re not offering anything. It’s just, you’re you jobs. You’ve just ruined someone’s day. Which like sucks. I mean, it’s not the biggest thing that the world is like, yeah, if you, if you have enough money to enjoy mail out yet, whatever. And if it gets ruined once, whatever, but your, your anger has completely misplaced and, you know, aiming it at the wrong people, you gotta really focus on what the real problem is.
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And I don’t know, it’s, it’s just a lot easier is because the people who you are angry at the time that they’re ready to take the anger that armed, they have guns, it’s the police, right? So who’s gonna win a protester or a PL someone in the police who has that gun, who has the pepper spray, who has the handcuffs, who has everything. Right? So, and the, the other funny thing about it is it’s again, very hypocritical cause they probably just post that. And then the rest of their lives, you know, the re the other six or seven The or the other six days a week that they’re living, they’re not actually trying to make any palpable change. They just re returns that regular LIFE normalicy tourist.
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So until they start actually, well, I’m not saying this about the whole movement in general, and it will be stupid of me to generalize this movement because it’s a move from which I do believe in as well because black lives do matter. Of course, I completely can get behind that sentiment, but there are some people in that movement who like, it’s like a, the argument of Islam, not everyone who follows Islam is a terrorist. There are some bad, bad people in this world. And it’s the same thing. We can’t just generalize BLM is a great movement, but there are some people who have used it in a very misguided way.
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Yeah. Yeah. And I know that that cannot be a, that could be more true in that sense that yeah, the, the, the, the example you gave about, you know, Islam is a, is a perfect one, you know, because I think that applies to many groups, right. A again, going back around to what I said about the, the LGBT community, right. But the problem here is that the actions of getting nominated at noon for that matter, even if, you know, awarded the, the Peace prize, I think sense the wrong message, right. In the sense that, Hey, we understand everything that has transpired with your group, but we’re still going to nominate you because I think that while somebody that can use critical thinking will say, well, JT obviously they’re are nominating the good and not the bad write.
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The problem is that there is a gigantic lack of critical thinking right in the world. I’ve said it before, and I’m not, you know, I’m going to keep harping on it because I truly believe it, you know, to be true in a sense that many people, especially those that have participated in, in riots and even demonstrations or protests on riots that have claimed BLM like that video, you just saw of that little girl, you know, spoiled little brat and jumping on an American fled, you know, speeding, burning it, stepping all over it in front, literally of a BLM banner and everyone else. I was there. It sends them the message of saying, Oh, damn, we perhaps, perhaps we do deserve this Nobel peace prize, perhaps we were right.
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And, and I think that again, sending, sending that of message can be dangerous to the further development of the organization, right? If the organization, by the way, in my opinion, had some, some true leaders at its front, right. People that have actually come out and said, Hey, we are an official organization. I am one of the leaders. And that person year after year demonstrated to be a phenomenal leader for the cause and has, has done great stripes and denounced that kind of behavior that I just mentioned, Hey, you know what, nominate the movement because it has great leaders.
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Right. But it doesn’t, it’s an organization that allegedly, supposedly from what I understand, doesn’t have any leaders. And it’s because of some benefit that I guess I am unaware of, or I guess don’t understand that they claim that the, the, the movement does that happen to leaders. Because again, it’s a positive, not a negative again, I don’t understand the why, but that’s what I’ve heard before. Right. When I’ve tried to literally Google. Now there’s been some chapters, I guess I call them that allegedly say, Oh, I am a leader of this chapter, but nobody that the entire movement actually accepts. Right. And again, when you’re talking about nominating a leaderless group that has been documented very well, creating a, those kinds of a, of a public demonstrations where they’re burning flags, burning, you know, cities, and, you know, just doing, doing the opposite of what you just said, they stand up for, which is, you know, equality for all.
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I don’t know that a sense, the best message nominating nominating them, or for that matter, or re you know, rewarding them by giving them an award. Do you know what I mean?
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Exactly. I mean, it’s, it’s look at the difference between maybe BLM or a group list. This might be a bit old school for some people, but like the NACP that a Martin Luther King was the leader of, you know, it wasn’t, I mean, they didn’t have mobile phones. So if we couldn’t see everything that happened, but it was a dignified movement instead of going in and smashing up a restaurant, they did their settings. Non-violent protesting. They had their March on Washington, and they did amazing work to be able to advanced well to advanced, you know, the, the dignity, the treatment, and just being treated better in society of black, of black people, minorities at the advancement of colored people is what the group is called.
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So we, there’s a certain kind of L there’s a reason that Martin Luther King has his own fricking day. Not cause he went in, he smashed up, he didn’t do a dance on a little American flag or something like that. No, he actually made palpable change. He organized, he was a respected mother bleeper, if you like.
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Yeah, no, absolutely. I agree. And it’s a really good example to that. I will add a cherry on top and that is some Alexis or Chavez. Right. Who did something very, very similar, right. To the point where he said, I’m not going to make anyone else do it. I’m going to go ahead and example, going to be a protest, right. By not eating. I think, you know, other than maybe like some bread and water around how many days, right. To demonstrate, like you said, almost a sit in, right. He doesn’t make everyone else freaking starve. They didn’t make everyone out. You know? No. He said, I’m going to do this. And in fact, there’s been many different documentaries, different statements for both a, you know, Martin Luther King and Cesar Chavez, where they would have back, there’s joined her movement and they themselves would have them kick them out and say, no, you do not stand with us.
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And you don’t represent us. Right. And anybody arguing wardrobe to different times. It’s funny because then, you know, when I’ll talk to some people that have ever sat at that, I’ve seen videos of them. I think I have, I have a, you know, kind of a mess Find goofed on the, that Jesse Castellanos guy, because he’s one of those, like, in my opinion, very radical left us, or he’ll say like, Oh, you know, this is what it takes a different times. Take dude, how old are you? What do you mean different times? You know? Like, it’s not like don’t act like you lived those times and you, and you know exactly how to compare it today with those times. Just because what pictures are in color now, and they’re in black and white back then, you know, no dude, there’s a lot of things that we still do as a society that we have been doing for hundreds of years.
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I actually work, you know, here, here’s a, just a few examples opening the door after someone else and saying, thank you. And Please, Oh, you know, those Our yeah. You know, different types are the way that they still work. Right. Does a lot of things as society that we can do that still worked to have been used for hundreds of years. Right. Doing a sit in a, you know, marching and solidarity, respectfully, not burning cities down that can still work. Don’t come and give me the crap about, Oh, it’s a different time. Now we have to burn things out. Now we have to spray paint. Now we have to have to throw, these are a Molotov cocktails. You know, now we have to, it’s just, no, no, no, you don’t have to do that.
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Right. It just, I don’t know. And it’s, it’s one of those things that I feel that many, many associations, including the Nobel, you know, Peace price association in my opinion end up doing, because as we said in the show before they are, they are hungry for acceptance, right? Like the whole amen. A woman, they don’t even know what they’re saying right there. Even know what they’re saying. I want to have that person. I remember the name of the center anymore with a representative, whatever he is. And government, I wonder if he actually Googled what a man stood for, but no, in that literally moment in time he had a camera, he had an audience and in his moment he fell, what in his brain to shine what’s to say, and a woman it’s like, why would you do that?
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Oh, let’s be honest. It’s because you want it to appeal to a group. And your best way of doing it is to just throw words out there. You know what I mean? And that’s what I feel that in this case is the association four, the Nobel peace prize, or even the singular singular person is that this guy is doing is how do we appeal to the masses that I want to make sure don’t cancel me, that I want to make sure I don’t riot at my age, you know, in my hometown, how do I make them feel like, Hey, over here, I’m one of you. You know what I mean?
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Yeah, absolutely. And I do understand that some people, for me explaining things in a certain way, you guys probably won’t listen because I’m a white man. And I get that, you know, that’s completely fine. If you want to completely, you know, just disregard what I say because of my race and because of my agenda, that’s absolutely fine. That’s your prerogative. But in the end, JT and I are having a conversation. And if you do not have the maturity to be able to join the conversation, that’s a shame. But, but yeah, that, yeah, this whole thing is a, I don’t know. It’s, it’s, it’s, there’s some contradictions, but I get it.
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Do you know what I mean?
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No, I, I agree with you. And by the way, we should start wrapping up to the show with our final conclusion of the stories. Because a lot of people I think might come in here right? Saying, Hey, well you on your title said, why this? Or, or what? This kind of a question. So we’ll answer it at least personally, right? Josh can give his opinion if he wants to, unless he agrees. So in my opinion, for the, does the COVID Vaccine make you gay? I don’t think so. I think that stupid. And I think you should, if, to look at it, something to giggle about and then move on and make sure that if for some reason you come across someone that says, did you hear this? It can make you gay. You can tell them, stop repeating stupid shit like that.
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In fact, don’t watch JTH Show they explain it very well. And it, for the next one about black lives matter, be nominated for the Nobel peace prize. I will say that again. One more time that while I stand behind the, the core ideology behind bringing awareness, right over a systemic racism and injustice, which is what black lives matter started a four. I will say that right now. I don’t feel that they deserve the movement, deserves the actual award. Right. Again, that’s, that’s just my opinion.
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What about you?
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Right. So yeah. Does the Vaccine make you gain? No, stop it. Get offline. You’re canceled. I’m done with the I’m sick. I’m sick of hearing this crap. Okay. So yeah. Okay. That, that’s the first one. I have a lawyer. That’s a fun one. <inaudible> about it. And laugh with people who believe that, that kind of thing. The second one. So does black lives matter? Does that the Nobel peace prize? I would have to say something fairly similar to JT and this one I’d have to agree. It’s, it’s a great movement in many ways, but just really think about it when you do something. If you’re going out to cause some kind of violence, do it in your name and don’t hide behind the banner, have the bulls to do that or at least.
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Yeah, yeah. Yeah.
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Very well said. All right guys, that is it for today,
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Right? That’s it
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