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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 that the JTH Show today, we are going to talk about Tech CEOs Joe Rogan and his interview with Alex Jones but first role the intro
All right. Yup. And I was always remembered. You can hear this episode on Spotify, Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, or ready. Public okay. Let’s jump right into it. So let’s start with the first story and that is the Senate committee, or excuse me, the Senate hearing that happened, what the Tech CEOs now it was over three hours. So it was actually almost four hours including breaks and stuff like that. I will tell you this, you didn’t miss a whole bunch, but I have a lot to say about it. Of course, ID right now. Why, why more than anything? Well, to, to say my thoughts let’s first go over a few highlights.
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I really it’s crazy. There’s really just two that you should really be informed about the, the one that you probably, maybe you already saw. Right? Because everybody wrote about it was the interaction that Ted Cruz The a Senator from Texas, a Republican Senator from Texas had with Twitter’s CEO, which is what he said. And he said, I’m who the hell? Elected UW, who the hell is elected? You. You asked what he told Jack Dorsey right now. And by the way, if you don’t know what Tech CEOs we’re were present for this hearing, it was a Twitter’s CEO, Jack Dorsey, Google CEO, Sundar Pichai, and Facebook’s of course, CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, or as Gary liked to say Zach’s, but anyways, sorry, he just set me off.
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Cause every time I hear his name, I hear fricking Gary Vaynerchuk. But anyways, sorry, sorry. Let’s go back to the topic. So the point here is that you have three of these big time CEOs right. And you know, in a zoom call, you can say with some senators and, and it’s because of allegedly, right? The, the issue with lawmakers who are trying to examine the 1996 statute known as section two 30, which shields online companies from lawsuits for hosting taking down or otherwise moderating user content, which I guess brings me to my next to my next point.
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And that is actually these three CEOs don’t see eye to eye. And it is early on everything. Right? You first have Jack Dorsey, who has someone said, look like the guy was probably high or has an extremely, an extremely calm presence, demeanor, or maybe just like an, I don’t give an F demeanor. I don’t know. It’s hard to say, right? Nods play play a little bit of a, of a,
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Which is why I opened this hearing with calls for more transparency. We realize we need to earn trust more. We realize that more accountability is needed to show our intentions and to show the outcomes. Thank you. So I hear the concerns and acknowledge them, but what I want to fix it with Martin.
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So there you can see, I mean, Senator, you know, the Senator, Ted Cruz is like grilling him and he’s just like, well, no, not necessarily. Oh, I don’t know that that’s true. He is, again, you can see it either way. Right? I personally felt like he is like a completely out of place. Now my producer over there, you know, it tells me, you know, whatever he’s owned his own company, you know, his own boss he can do and dress. However he wants. I didn’t know that. I agree with that, but sure. I guess some people, you know, we’ll see it that way. I see a different leader and that’s perfectly fine. Right. Because that’s the way we can still be friends, but okay. So you have then moving on to someone like a Sundar Pichai, right? Who is the, again, the CEO of actually off the bat.
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I shouldn’t say Google alphabet who owns Google write. And then I returned on his YouTube and everything. He he’s a lot more of a suit kind of guy. Ah, at least I do that. That’s what I call my suit. Right. He is very proper, even on his back on and everything. I I’m I’m of like that. I observed stuff like that and you know, observing his back on, you know, I was like some fake books back there, lifts. They look fake. If I can see, it looks very proper, very nice because it is a suit, right. Standing up very straight and, you know, interacting with the, with the, with the, with the questions and everything, prayer proper, not too much to say. Right. But it’s what I expect of a gigantic, enormous beast of a company. Like my Google right. Or again, alphabet now, moving on that after two Facebook you have Mark Zuckerberg who I, that guy belongs on.
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Sorry, I’m going to say it. He belongs like at a star Trek convention. Say what you want to say. There’s a means of by that I’m not the only one that has said that it was like, is that the guy that used to come on the next generation, come on. You know, he looked like he is out of place. He’s uncomfortable. He did the same thing when he was alive, when he was there at the other hearing that they, that they subpoenaed him for it. But you know, at the end of the day, I will say this Mark in his answers was I think a lot more thorough. He gave a lot more thinking into what he wanted to say
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With that characterization of how the systems work. We design our systems to show people the content that is going to be the most meaningful to them, which is, is not trying to be as divisive as possible. Most of the content on the systems is not political. It’s things like making sure that you can see when you’re, you know, your cousin had her. Can
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You say he prepared more? Maybe he’s also a gigantic big nerd. And now like the other two to CEOs I’m like, no, this guy is actually a developer himself. Right? He started actually, Facebook not just that gave money and stuff like that. And I’ll let the guy deep dive into this. So to his credit, he’s, you know, he’s a guy, probably the studies, what he’s about to go into, you know, the mindset of a developer. Right. And I got to say, I give him more, a lot more credit than the other two dudes. The, the suit was just like, very like whatever my lawyer said, hold on, let me, let me, you know, I have 50 lawyers cause I’m Google right here next to him. You can see that on camera, but are there. And I can say this Dorsey, which is like, you know, well, wow.
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And Zuckerberg was more of like Senator Senator, Senator, and again, a lot more thorough. Here’s the thing though, all three can agree on. At least if this section should be revised are not from political. We have a really good point that they did cause they revised the whole, the whole hearing a lot more thorough than, and then I am doing it now, but a really good point that they brought up is Facebook embracing, updating Tech’s legal shield while Twitter Google urge restraint, right. It reads in part three of Silicon Valley’s most influential chief executives find themselves at odds as lawmakers way measures to curb Silicon Valley’s liability protections.
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Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is calling on Congress to update a crucial legal shield for online industry for the online industry. Excuse me, while Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey says lawmakers should show restraint in changing the rules. So, you know, it, it really shows what I think at least had a Cruz was going for right when he was like, I some might say, you know, losing his marbles when he was like grilling, right. He even said it, I’m not going to even go after, you know, Zuckerburg and, and, and the Chi on this, it’s, he’s really after Twitter and you know, to a certain extent, rightfully so. Right.
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I’m actually very passionate about this. And here’s why I know is common commonly. You might hear when people say things, very cliche can be like, Oh, he spoke to me, you know, I got to say, Tech crews out of all people. I never thought would speak to me how well here’s the thing guys. When, when he said, you know, the New York post who Twitter decide to decide to block right on a, on a big article, which outlined some stuff that wasn’t so favorable for the democratic party, specifically, Joe Biden’s son Hunter, the Twitter decided to say, no, you’re not going to do that.
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And they blocked, they granted for 24 hours and then we fixed it adds Dorsey, said I, which is still BS, which is what, you know, Ted was grilling him on. But Ted says something very interesting. He said, you know, the York port post is not just some dude, some guy with a block. Right. And I was like, duh, but that’s me right here. I’m some dude with the blog, right? My, my little page, I Neo the one at times, write the calm in comparison to the New York. <inaudible> I’m just some guy. And you said, you know, they’re not some, some guy they’re a 200 year old, more or less business, right.
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An entity that has. And in fact, allegedly, according to Ted Cruz was, was founded by or Hamilton. You know, when you guys decided from your, you look on the Valley, you know, empires there to just say, no, we don’t care blocked in here. So thing, right. If they didn’t that to me, to my little blog, I can do crap. I can go maybe directly to the blockers, write and plead with them. Like we all do all creators do with all these CEOs and their companies. We all have to go to the alphabet or obviously, maybe not directly them, but you know that they’re, there are subsidies or their companies, right.
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We all had to go to Google or YouTube for that matter and say, please, don’t block this video, please make sure it’s monetized. We all have to do that. Whether we like it or not, please don’t yellow, check Mark this, or go to Facebook, you know, when they decide to block something or just throw you off to their platform. And of course this applies to Twitter as well, which is, is BS. And many people are tired of it. Right? If you don’t agree with the masses, right. Many times with these allegedly blue check marks, right? What these verified profile’s that I, that I sometimes, you know, also grill so much on, on, on, on other videos, if you are going to agree with them, right. Because they’re the masses you’re out.
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You’re not allowed to be part of the good old boys club. Right. Which is, I know ironic because now it’s like, Hey, what do you mean Buddha? Good old boys club. You mean human club, right? Is that includes everybody, whatever you get the point, right? That if I decide to say something that is maybe more conservative, right. Or maybe not as liberal, then I might get blocked. I’m going to be like, Nope, not good enough. Sorry. Let’s block. This is what they did here with the New York post. Right. By blocking in article that wasn’t with the left, right. Where the campaign of Joe Biden, Ryan and there were hitting his son, Hunter Biden.
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Right. A and it’s and it’s BS guys. Right. Because it can have, it really can’t happen to you. And that’s when I say that, I never thought that the one guy that Trump frickin bullied so much could speak to me. Right. Cause I know I’m not really a big fan of Ted Cruz, but I got to say, you know, I got to say the guy, actually, I don’t know if it’s the beer or something, but the guy sense on that. Right? Some people are like, there’s this other Senator who is like, Hey, you guys, the Democrat center. He was like, no, you guys let yourself to be bullied by these Republicans. I was like, dude, be quiet, be quiet. Why you have no idea, man, what it is to have in opinion, that is not it, you know, extreme opinion. I get it. I get it when there’s, sometimes there’s some people that are way out there, which we’re about to get into one of those guys.
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Right. Right now Alex Jones and they’re like posting stuff. You were like, dude, you can not say, you know this stuff, like why Packard she’s like dad, you know, why would you say that on Twitter? You know? Or on Facebook, you know, even though yes, maybe you are protected by, by the, by the constitution. You, you really shouldn’t be saying that because you know, it incites violence and stuff like that. Which again, I know a lot of people we’ll be like, Oh, we really JT. It’s pure my speech. I know a man, but that there is some limitations guys, come on. I’m a, I am open, right? For grilling, some of these CEOs and how they title, try to stifle, hear my speech.
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But even in the spirit of a speech that there should be some level of filtration. Right? You shouldn’t say everything that comes to your mind, especially if it incites violence, I use that. That’s what I would draw the line. Maybe you disagree and that’s fine. But I draw the line where, where insights, violet, you know that the New York post posting that, you know, some, some stuff that’s coming out to the light about Hunter Biden. That’s not inciting violence. You know, it’s at its journalism, but it’s not in the siding violence. Why would that be blocked? Right. Made no sense. So, you know, when it comes down to the CEOs, here’s what I’ll say. I don’t think Jack Dorsey or at least I want to believe that Jack Dorsey wasn’t as like mansion somewhere in his office, you know?
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And all of a sudden he saw thing, New York post, you know, I was like, Oh hell no, I’m on call this weekend. You know it dudes or the developers. And he’s like, Oh yeah, I’m sorry I write it. And then my wife Herrera to me, he was probably like, eh, no, I can’t do that, man. Hold on tree, how am I going to hug you? Hold on real quick. What, why you looked like that? You know, there’s big guys. You know, it was like, Holy shit, man. I got to, I can’t do that. You know, we’re going to go ahead and what we’re going to go ahead and block them. I don’t think he’d did have that. Right. Here’s what I do think you guys, all right. And I want you guys to actually use that critical thinking one more time. Let’s really consider what can possibly be happening here, that you have employees within these organizations.
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And I, and I want to say that I almost know this to be a fact, because I worked at a software company where we had certain it people or developers that were of a certain mindset, you know? And they, they did things right. To get their way in many different aspects with the programs, they know the code, they know that there are the developer, right. And if they said, it’s a bug, it’s a bug. If they say it’s not a bug, it’s not a bug. Right. It’s part of the features. Right? You call it a bug, they call it a feature. So when it comes to these companies, you know, again, I don’t think, I don’t want to hope. I don’t want to think that Jack is like every single tweak that is coming out, he is filtering.
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Right. Or is that he has a hit list. But I do believe that there are some individuals within this company that might be of a certain mindset with certain biases. And they’re like, yeah, this is going to go back and be flagged. Yep. I don’t like this guy. Yeah. And there’s a lot of that in the Senate committee or is that we’re talking about like, well, the Ayatollah deal this, but then you flagged them like this. Right. You know, Tala said this and it’s the Twitter the tweets are still up. You can go look, you know, you can look at that part of the committee yourself or a Google EP, which is like a Jack. Well, you know, we didn’t find that to, to be, to be in violation of our, of our rule and to blame. That’s what you’re saying.
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This you’re saying, go that way. Come on Jack, come on, man. Now I will give him one more bit of credit. And that is that at least he said after TETA, grilled him and the chairman’s like, ah, well you need to let him talk, Jack at least said, you know, we do acknowledge, like I said to my opening statement that we need to be more transparent. I opened this hearing with calls for more transparency. You said everything. I mean, there was a few words, but to me it’s like, Oh, okay. So that’s like, yeah, there are some problems, but you know, call him link transparency would let it be more transparent. Yeah. You gotta put your developers.
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I’m sorry. I’m going to sound a little aggressive on leashes. Right. And now I’ll let them run around with their bean bags in their fricking, you know, chunk glass all over the office saying develop, be free, free little birdies and tweet. No, you’ve got to rein some of that shit. And then like Mark actually said, which is where I will applaud Mark. He said, yeah. You know, I actually, I don’t know with the car and the door shall be here. Yeah. Maybe there should be some updating of these policies that were, you know, made back in the 1990s. Right. And I need six. So, you know, if one guy was saying that, I think the other two can fall in, I’d be like, okay. Yeah. Maybe, maybe we do have too much power.
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Right? Like, like Ted Also said, you know, Google has more power than any other company in the face of the planet. And, well, I don’t know every single company on the face of the planet, I will say that it’s hard to start to argue against that goal is a massive, massive company worldwide right now to have their fingers in a lot of things. In fact, you’re probably watching this very video on one, another one of those fingers on YouTube, you know, and they can silence many, many, many people what they really, really want to too. And we may not know that we may not know if any of these companies are truly silencing anybody. Right. We don’t know the algorithms.
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We don’t know, you know, their secret sauce and okay. You can say, well, you do, then there won’t be a company of everybody opens up their Twitter. I know it’s hard to argue against that. Right. But you know, at this point it, it’s also hard not to argue what the other side of that saying. Yeah, man. But I tweeted this out. I posted this on Facebook and that was all of a sudden magically taken up or there is maybe this, a new YouTube creator right here that post said, you know, something about, you know, reviewing a, a certain protest or something. You said a key word, you said a protest, or we’re going to have to flag your video. So come on. Right. And it’s like, if you want us to review it, send us a request.
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We may or may not get Twitter and the next few days. Right. And there’s always these butts like, well maybe they have like a lot of videos to review. Oh, okay. Then. Nevermind. I guess. All right. So anyways, that’s, that’s pretty much what happened. There is pretty much what’s happening there. Again, I am not going to say that these three individuals necessarily stifling free speech or preventing us from expressing ourselves as are at least here in the United States as the constitution allows us to. But I will say they probably definitely have employees within the organization that maybe they don’t think like them, or maybe they don’t think they need to follow any rules or anything. And maybe it’s in their code. Maybe it’s not, maybe you will never find out, but let’s hope that Jack comes through with being more transparent and more than anything.
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Let’s hope that they agree with Zuckerberg and, you know, updating some of this, some of his policies, right. That day, the same, at least in my opinion, should be updated. And for that, let’s move on to story number Doss. And that is the big story that has been now for the last two days would Joe Rogan interviewing or having rather Alex Jones again on his podcast, right. For like the second or third time. Okay. So this one, if you didn’t see, has been all over the place, the video now has over 7 million views by far one of the most successful, you know, videos, interviews at Joe Rogan has had in an Elisa, very, very recent memory.
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And there was an article on bus speed news. I know a lot of you guys going to be like, Oh dude, you go to the Buzzfeed. Well, I got to go somewhere. Right? So I go on many different places for my news that I like to get different angles. Right. You know how I am. I hope right. I like to go and see what the left things about the right things. And then I make my own decision based on my own critical thinking. Right. I’m going to comment. I’ll see. What are the different people think about this now what’s funny here is, you know, bus beat opens up this article with Spotify is the offending Alex Jones appearance on their Rogan experience and say, yeah, do you know much?
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They invested in Joe Rogan did anybody know that number? Well while nobody has seen the check, very good sources say that it’s over a hundred million dollars now, is it maybe 90 million? Maybe it’s 80 million. But let me tell you something. Even if it’s 50 million, that’s a lot of money, right. For a company it’d be like, right. So we’re going to write this check real quick. You’re going to bring your program over here and yeah. I mean, that’s going to be the deal. Well, there was probably more to that, right? We can probably say that, Joel Rogan according to, to what he had at least himself said on the show is, Hey, yes, we’re going to Spotify, but we can still be the Joe Rogan experience. I still have full control of my show.
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You know, it’s still me doing basically whatever they want to do now, since he was, you know, positioned to move over and after even after he, he took all of this show’s over or all the episodes over, you know, there is all, these are the headlines. I didn’t do a show about it because I’m like, Oh my gosh, this is so stupid, you know? Oh, do you see that? Some episodes in to make it? I was like, yeah. I mean, I’m sure there was maybe something in his contract write about some episodes. I can make it. But as you know, as of when you come over is like a clean slate kind of thing. And I’m like, I wasn’t really surprised, but all these people are like it’s because it was, you know, some of the most controversial figures I got to the challenge I met my mom, blah, blah, good for him.
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Then you started hearing more news, how Spotify employees were basically, you know, stomping their feet on the ground and saying, Oh, we want to have editing control and creative control over the show, which then I was like, ah, what, you know how my own Show and you know that God wants it one day. I will probably, you know, be maybe sponsored by certain brands or, or, you know, maybe an invited over to join a network. And let me tell you, what are the most important things that I’ve heard from many creators people in the music industry, people in the movie industry, people in many different entertainment industries, you know, they have said, make sure that, you know, you own your, your craft, making sure that you have more creative control, make sure that is not the The people with suits that are, are telling you what you can and cannot do, because there’s been many careers ruined, right?
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Because they lost creative control. You actually can wrap that song. You can sing that you can act in this movie. You can only act in these movies, you know, and earn the case. I My me like, you know, like, like the Podcast, if you don’t talk about these topics, as it is, you know, Tanya, along with, with my first story, we already have CEOs and their companies, you know, maybe, or maybe not stifling some of our, our, our progress by, by saying what we can, and we can not talk about using keywords and our description, you know, we may or may not be flagged. So you don’t need a network bringing you over and saying, yeah, you can’t talk about this. You can’t do that. So the Joe Rogan, it is very likely that Spotify said, Hey, you know, we’re not going to bring these episodes.
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But as of when you come over, On gravy, man, you can do what you want to do. That’s what JoeRogan said. And you know, since you’ve had all these rumors, you have all these leaks, which is, I also think is very, very crappy of any employee within Spotify leaking, you know, their memos and internal emails saying, Oh, we were, we were up in arms and you know, Spotify even had to have over 10 meetings. And that’s what they said right there. Lawyers released a statement saying, yeah, we’ve had to have over 10 meetings to basically, please. Some of these, let me just whiny babies, right? Saying, Oh Joe Rogan, you know, he is so controversial. He has this. He has ah, everything. They had thrown everything at this guy. Look it up herself. He is a homophone. He is a success.
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He’s a conservative, he is an apologist. Everything that you can think about it at the same time, you have people saying, well, you know what? He should moderate the next debate.
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What, what the fuck
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There was actually, yeah, there was actually a, a petition for Joe Rogan to moderate the next debate after a Wallace, you know, made a disaster. Mr. President, mr. President. And as you know, Trump is like, Hey, excuse me, excuse me. He is such a liar. Everybody is like, dude, just that Rogan go in there. And I got to say, I wasn’t foray until I heard this.
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Oh my God falls off. Okay. You going to go down another rabbit hole? You said
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There, you can hear Joe Rogan literally told Alex Jones. He said, he’s like, why are you son of a bitch like this? Because you know, I didn’t Jones has, has he’s known for it. Just like,
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He is known for that. Right? I don’t know. The guy has something going on mentally. I don’t know. Right. I don’t know. I don’t know if it’s just part of his character who knows, but that guy is known right. For having to be re redirected. And that it’s actually like a total of Trump. Right? You give one little word
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And I know that.
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So Joe Rogan is really good at saying, dude, stop another rabbit hole, come back over here. There was a point interview. And he is like you said, he’s like, stop. Damn. So I’ve got to say, I want to be an amazing to see chumps saying, excuse me, excuse me. Some of you be quiet. He would have been great to see that, you know, I think everybody would have like, you are awesome. But anyways, so what happens in his interview? They touch all kinds of topics, all kinds of conspiracies. Why? Because it’s Alex Jones for F sake. That is literally what he’s known for. Now. I got to say, I’m not with everything Alex Jones has said before. I I’m not absolutely. Now say it right here right now. You know, there are some things that I’m like, Aw, you sure are not God down that rabbit hole.
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Even if you believe it was a con a possible conspiracy, right? Like he, he is known for supposedly saying that the Sandy hook was a, some type of conspiracy. Again, On agree. You know, I wasn’t there, but you know, to say that it didn’t happen, but I wasn’t there to say, Hey did, from what I saw the pictures and everything, it looks like it did happen. You know, the stories, the interviews. And I’m sorry, without being there to say otherwise, I’m going to say this was true, Alex, you cross the line. Right. Are there other conspiracy’s and the fact things that we talked about on the JoeRogan Show that were true. That Joe Rogan I don’t know if he did it to a pleas, the mobs, or I specifically those employees working on the site, Spotify.
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But he was like every other things that Alex Jones said about, you know, it’s like, Oh, is that hold on, hold on. Is that true, Jamie? Is that true? Poor. Jamie, if you wanna know who that is, is the guy behind the camera and Alex Jones I’ve never heard Joe Rogan. Is that true? Jamie. Jamie is project that one’s true. That one is not true.
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Can you pull up that video? Pull up John Travolta to pull up just so you can see it, pull that out. Jamie, pull it up so we can say
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We’re going right. And honestly like the quartering said, you know, and even Tim cast, most of the stuff that he was by fact-checked on, like, it was pretty close. Not everything, you know, not everything. There is a lot of stuff that, you know, Alex Jones does, which is the toxin over the last. But it was, it was pretty true. Like a lot of stuff. Which what surprised you, I will. I’ll let you go watch the three hour. I think Podcast if you want too, but you know, I will say this. I don’t think that, that the platform that Alex showings is going under.
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I mean, cause he is still technically on the platform is unjustified. Okay. For those of you guys are alike. So you love Alex Jones hold on. I do think that there is some justification behind him being the platform. Because if you don’t know this, the next Jones God is as removed from Spotify themselves. Yeah. This is crazy. Right? Cause he was on Spotify technically as a guest, he got to the platform from form a YouTube. You’ve got the platform from Twitter. You’ve got the platform from anywhere. Like everybody’s like, yeah, what’s one or two companies to the platform. Him, everyone else is like, yeah, we were at Twitter. Yeah, we were Facebook sorry, Alex. And he was almost pretty much gone from the internet other than the way he streams his own shows through his own means, you know, I don’t know how he does it, but I don’t know if you go to the website, like it shows are there and stuff like that.
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So, you know, I will say that it wasn’t without reason, right? That guy, I think you went too far with certain topics now have some other creators done the same, of course. And are they the platform? No. Be will because they are, you know, they’re yelling the right things, right? You have people that will say things like, you know, every single thing or group organization that stands with Trump are extremist and they should, they’re all evil and they say horrible things. Right. And they’re hardly ever fact-checked ever that they, they are not platforms, no matter how horrible, you know, things are saying.
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And it really is, is sad to see because I’m sorry if we all live in a world where we all think alike, well, we are all identical and thought, first of all, how boring will that be? Right. They will be no innovation. Trust me. You know, just thinking about it real hard if you and I thought exactly without, I mean, without, without any kind of debate, we, you and I, right now, all of us watching this thought exactly alike, we agreed on every single thing. I said, the, how boring would that be for all of us to be at a party or in a room having any kind of intellectual discussion.
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Do you agree that we should have been on? Go on to agree, agree, agree. Agreed. Nobody is like, hold on. Are we talking about toy guns as well? And Oh, good question. Good question. No, imagine if we all just blatantly agree with everything, just, just yes. With whatever one person says. Yes. So, you know, do we need people like Alex Jones Alex, I’m sorry. Jones I actually going to say? Yeah, I think we do that. The people going to be like, how dare you? I actually think we do. I think we need people that at least will make us think right of possible conspiracies.
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Because if you also don’t know some of these conspiracies end up being true, sometimes you might not be like not one has ever been true and laugh at you and fricking the aliens arrive in their like coming to be. So I’m like, Ugh, you know, I’m going to be real funny from that I had through. Huh? So, you know, from that perspective, I honestly think, I don’t think it was that bad. I think that people at Spotify, especially according too many sources, you know, and that say that they make pretty good money to Spotify. The average salary allegedly is about 90,000. I think you guys should come the F now before you lose your jobs, because Spotify, according to many different sources, including bus speed, there are standing with their investment.
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So if you guys think that 2030 of you know, not everything is that many, I’m going to be like locking, locking hands, locking, knocking hands. We’re going to walk out. And Spotify was going to be like, okay, great. We are going to start with the new talent saving us or how much you make won 20 good one 30 grade, 85. You know, there’s going to be, people are like, let me, let me go. I’m going to lose my job. It, this that’s what’s going to happen. I’ve seen it happen before. I’ve seen people that will walk in to their bosses office, right? Saying we demand more candy. And is that your fight? I didn’t even want to be here. I’ve seen it happen. It sounds, it sounds historical. But trust me, people will get fired for stupid little demands and saying, we want to have control over your $100 million investment that is telling Spotify you invest and all this money, you probably analyze this character.
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You probably thought it makes good money. Good content. We think you’re wrong. We want us, we want you to tell them the mean ball dude, to give us his show so that we can edit and do everything you want. You’re not the smart company here. That keeping that is keeping us, all of us employed. We know better than you Spotify. And that’s what some of those CEOs are like, Oh yeah. Oh, well, there’s the door. And here is your last check. Boom. Right? And that’s what honestly, sometimes needs to happen. You know, when you have people that are stumping their feet and they’re saying, yeah like, you know, this, this ship is not sinking. It’s this floating rather. Well, Spotify is making a killing on bringing JoeRogan over, but we don’t like that.
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He brought like one guest over and that Joe Rogan’s has a brain. And he actually talks to other people that are not smooth brains and a, we don’t like that you’re being mean, so, mm. So that’s the stupid write and this was kinda happening. And you know, honestly, it’s, I end up with more people in the unemployment line in my opinion. Right? So I’ll leave that there. I’ll let you guys make your mind up by yourself because that’s what it should be. You know? And, and you digest this and you tell me if on the first story we should have, CEOs not be more transparent, not be more clear about what their employees may or may not be doing with, you know, with code and how they block shit and how they, you know, again, stifle some individuals, some users, and end of the second story, you know, you tell me if you have a JoeRogan should only talk to people that you feel good about that don’t hurt your feelings.
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You tell me if you just want to live in the role like that night, I got to say that there’s going to be more and more people. Exactly like me. And I’m really happy. It made us agree right now, but they are. And I hope you join us. There are people are already out there like Tim Paul, if you annoy him, you should go check out his channel. Tim Paul, from The, Tim Kass and the team cast, IRL Greg guy who are listening to him regularly. Right? He is very much in the middle. He said, I’m not with the fricking Republicans on my way with the fricking Democrats, right. Or left, don’t call me a conservative. Don’t call me a liberal. I might have some points now. I’m like, that’s a good one. That’s a good one. But I’m not going to label myself with any of that crap. Right. I’m in the middle. And I choose to be in the middle because I have a brain because I’m not with tribalism of saying like, come on, we’re in liberal.
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And you’re like, okay, hold this stick. You know, like, what is the se it doesn’t matter. What role does that stick? You know, whatever aside your, with your stupid, you also have, you know, people like Jeremy from The quartering, you know, which, you know, you have H and H re who is that guy? He’s such conservative. He’s not, that guy is very much against, you know, like the big social justice warriors and, you know, crap. That is like, Oh man, that’s really, again, tribalism. I also suggest you go look at their channels. You know? I think, I think those two guys are, are very much what I see myself as, right? Someone that’s more and more in the middle of many subjects because nothing, and I don’t think anything should be black and white right. There should be no, almost nothing.
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Almost nothing. That’s like, what do you think about, you know, universal healthcare issue to be like, Oh, Torres, PO’s that screw that everybody can die or the opposite. Oh, no. Give every single person health care with our question. Even if the rich or poor, just give it to him for free know, there is a middle ground, but the problem is that many people don’t know where that middle ground is. And it’s like, Oh, I don’t agree with Bernie Sanders. Oh my God, how dare you? Or I agree with Trump. Oh my gosh, you must be all freaking racist. I was like, I’m,
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I’m Brown. I’m Brown,
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The steel white supremacists that I I’m Brown. I feel like I’m Mexican. I had been, I’ve been to her before, you know? So anyway. Yeah. Fun stuff on sale. Actually. I left one with the set, that tone, even though you were still here, I had a lot of fun when this episode. Yeah. The only thing is all that matters, right? Whether for you to be there. So here, I know we had fun. All right. That’s it for today. Thanks for watching. And until next time, see ya. Hey, thanks for watching the JTH. Show remember, you can catch all the episodes full episodes on the Spotify, Apple podcast, Google podcast, or radio Public. You can also visit www.thejthshow.com to catch episodes there and to catch anything that we had to blur out because of YouTube or any other platform.
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