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you said entertaining interviews from guests all from the year that was 2020 and what a year it has been my friends 2020 brought us everything from pandemics to plan demick from tiger kings to karen queens to unset police violence to rights as protests in the streets we got to witness both the best and the worst of humanity here in the 1st 20 years of the 21st century i mean not only not only did we get a front row seat to the epic the spoiled narcissist meltdown of our brand name in chief one us president donald trump but as an added bonus we as the bungle we were also able to witness the epic failure of the united states congress as well after our pirlo and pocketed leaders like mitch mcconnell nancy pelosi jim jordan and chuck schumer revealed to us not only of their deprived loyalty to deep pocketed party donors but also their let them eat cake levels of detachment and ignorance to the actual reality facing the american people during the covert 19 and demick
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thankfully let them eat cake was only one small cry from up on high that was quickly drowned out by the thousands upon thousands upon thousands this year who took to the streets around the world in the cause of racial justice and equality and while we still have yet to see the real institutional changes we so desperately need we were able to show that the spirit of revolutionary change for the better is still just as powerful it was today as it has been throughout human history not even a globe trotting pandemic could stand in the way of that. now let's start watching the hawks. on a city street. there so you. see this joyce state. great city desolate systemic deception is
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so much. so brings up the field as. well as the watching. her. all right stated at the top of the show over the next 2 days we'll be highlighting some of our most fascinating interviews from the last year and none was more controversial and mainstream believe challenging than when we sat down with the authors of the highly contentious book a plague of corruption i'm talking of course about dr judy mco bits and can check in lively whose book and subsequent book tour not only raised eyebrows but also challenge the conventional thinking about the covert 19 and demick the efficacy of its safety protocols and the motives of the director of national institute of allergy and infectious diseases dr anthony fauci we started by asking them about not only where their premises of the book came from but also if they had planned for any of the expected controversy and skyrocketing book sales from that
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controversy by releasing their book at the height of the cold with 19 and demick take a listen never imagined that never imagined this coated in 1000 epidemic. and we finished working on it basically in july you know those actions for us we released in november so i mean released in april during the height of the ep and that was really remarkable we knew our book would be controversial and you know this is our 2nd book together or a previous one was published in 2014 it was very popular but no reaction in the mainstream press really thrilled at that. this kind of reaction and we're hopeful that we get people to read science and i you know that's the thing is i want to when i was able to have you both on the show and were able to get you on the show you know you guys about a lot of critiques of the book you've got a lot of people say you know i use of this you know they made these claims i want
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to ask you about some of those things that people have laid at your feet saying hey this is not true or i have accused you of essential reading up and causing problems in the macabre it's in the book as well as in the interview for him in every did for the documentary terror documentary plan democrat one of the many viewpoints that a lot of medical experts and publications are taking issue with was your assertion that wearing a mask can get you sick in the film planned by mcveigh or quote you are saying wearing the mask literally activates your own virus or getting sick from your own reactivated coronavirus expressions and if it happens to be sars cope to the new got a big problem now as i said many scientists doctors and media outlets have on equivocally stated that there was no evidence to support your claim i want to ask you how do you respond to their criticism. lack. of evidence now critically starting with hiv it's not just your various coronaviruses that you may have. i way of vaccines over over your eye as as
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a man he can't. grow that act. down and back. around and you also have 80 percent of your viral is indigene is late leaping joy meant by rick says and when you immune suppress the mask immune suppresses me to it suppresses your memory. responses their publications on mash it causes i after wearing a while like a lactic acidosis. you're breathing actually back your c o 2 you're depriving yourself of oxygen and this is immune suppressive activates those dormant viruses those 8 percent and your return or your theory i did time storms that are attributed to these stars coronavirus
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to. on. the mask and the immune suppression the labs item and i respond that there's decades of science supporting what i said and many investigators around the world since that time have provided me published paper after published papers saying you're exactly right after this. thing that would like i mean is that something that could occur you know when someone just puts on a mask to go to the grocery store and back or is this something that could occur over a longer term i mean you know is there like a pie my friend we were set so that's pretty incredible if you where there's a new going to strike or you know is that something people are going to experience just going back and forth to their store when they do put on the mask or is this something that like over time you're going to see something like that. not only not . over. you know in healthy people it's not a. very
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people who are. in. fact out. in the worst or for. being aired in fact there are 4. there was a gram x. . or. the girl. with. a long. record. like for our. children born in america have as i have. i know. where men are in for one thing. all men yours is. the man
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who got you can your book and dr mike of its claims have been used by many in the q one on movement and many supporters of president trump and other politicians to excuse major political failure and actions that allow covert 19 to claim so many lives should people be using you and dr make if it's work to excuse the failures a politician. i don't know how to answer that what we try and do is to follow where the evidence goes and you know as far as it being that coming from the political motive i just point out the time that robert f. kennedy jr wrote the forward to our books that you know i kind of say you know there's nobody more democratic than robert f. kennedy jr judy is compelling it's holly area it's lean on political i'm tend to be more conservative but it's a certain like and everybody on board approach to no i don't think that it's
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a left or right but i think it's just trying to get to the truth. imagine and do about it because it's that they're going to let you see a lot of people kind of jumping on saying like oh i want to take what this person is saying and kind of politicize it in the moment is to excuse x. y. and z. you know that's why you know you see that happen a lot across the board in here you know it's interesting when more fascinating parts of the board article which you accuse the age or just the d.o.j. on the f.b.i. of destroying your career and your reputation how exactly did these agencies tarnish you and your work and do you have the evidence to back up this because. now we have on the nuclear for $400.00 i'm going to they're going. to sign. i know where. i was you know falsely arrested for refusing to cover up the raw data data proof of our sessions over you know our work of the past decade showing how heavily contaminated the blood supply was with mouse related and
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contagious cancer causing by rhesus monkey cancer causing buyer says it goes papers were published east publications be inflammatory those cytokine storms we see in kobe those career of more than 50 patients spirit being exactly the mechanisms of how these things because diseases so that the journalists and when i did now i or. or cover up with statistics these data the journal science literally went on a 2 or 3 year which on to 1st of all i was falsely arrested in november of nov 18th of 2019 where on the next day the science while i'm held in jail with no bail with no possibility of bail without a lawyer without any due process for 5 days here is the journal science publishing on november 19th 2011 that in fact there were no warrants i was arrested on felony
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charges of being a fugitive from justice and nobody could identify a local agency either in ventura where i live or any warrants existed in reno nevada where supposedly my crimes occurred and they that the journal reported correctly that the warrants must have been submitted by some federal agency controlling this nobody ever had a warrant yet it and i from that time on an international answer institute i was held on those it said i if i stepped on and i are in a laboratory to propose harm the studies replicating our work that i would be arrested so i'm a tory to have reform those studies to have not been able to replicate my work and in fact it's it's a character assassination and those agencies the warrants were there 2065 years later they were still there it says i'm not well any fugitive from justice
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and i shouldn't same warrants i should jay say those paper false charges on which my career and my life was your disk growing and i think there's more poor refract when. i think going to body you know people should go out check out the book might go up there and come to their own conclusions but you always have to read the book 1st before you jump to conclusions and the same with anything but you're here in the media so by. they very much again there's a plague of corruption restoring faith in the promise of science dr judy my cabinets and can i can live we thank you so much for coming on today. who are angry x. employee getting back at her old bosses or whistleblower you decide all right as we go to break remember that you can also start watching the hawks on demand for the brand new portable t.v. app which is available on all platforms coming up we highlight this year's 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment and a woman's right to vote stay tuned to watching the us.
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this is nothing like football. that's not a money spinner but it is expensive. and it's dangerous. this is speed. and they have no brakes that's the. stuff that doesn't stop.
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some people would associate optimism with risky behavior because they don't want to and like the trolls they don't want to incite the state they don't want to invite the c.m. they don't want to invite all kinds of trouble that comes with optimistic saying throughout history optimists have been punished it could be galileo it could be copernicus 6 could be einstein it could be all sorts. steve jobs and they were punished for their optimism but now there is no punishment for relentless optimus. president elect joe biden and vice president elect harris relied heavily on women voters in the 2020 presidential election black women voters in places like michigan
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wisconsin pennsylvania and the state of georgia broke records specifically black women latinos and college educated white women played key roles in this election cycle to put this burger in context women were at the forefront of the highest voter turnout in a century casting their ballots at rates higher than men earlier this year we got to take a look back on the 100 years of what made it all possible women's suffrage here's our interview with annulment the executive director of the women's suffrage centennial commission and patricia wirth executive director and c.e.o. of turning point suffragist memorial sociate and i kicked off the discussion asking about the significance of the 19th amendment on modern elections take a listen this is history in the making there have been other milestones in the suffrage movement of 50 years to 75 year history but this year is just so special that $100.00 here anniversary people are taking notice at our organization we like
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to say that the separation movement is the best kept secret in american history but i do presentations all over the country and i speak just south of individuals at all ages and most of them never heard anything about the movement or so this year being the 100 anniversary is particularly poignant because i guess 100 years just means. more then any other major milestone and so this whole movement is getting a lot of recognition. and history is there is a lot of the peeling back of an onion so to speak of information that has not been widespread and it's way past time so it's a very exciting on your the some projects are historically showcased throughout history you know as white women what i want to ask you if you can what was the role of black women voting rights in the history of this movement and why is it
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consistently stated that the 19th amendment ensured all women voting rights access one of fact you know black women face significant barriers to vote and even with the passage of the one to the moment how is that been changed over the years and and how is it gotten better. you know the history of the 1000 amendment in a long history and complicated history and particularly when it comes to regulations so the suffrage movement had deep ties to the abolition movement the original suffragettes were women who were already motivated they were already activated and they were fighting against slavery in the united states and that's really where the suffrage movement began but then there is a big rift in the at the start of the movement over the 14th and 15th amendments and women's exclusion from those amendments and that's really where the problems began and so you have some white suffragettes who work very
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hard to think you're the right to vote for all women and you have other white stuff or just who don't do that at all and who in fact gaijin very exclusionary discriminatory and prejudiced behavior to try to secure the for themselves and that will ripped out the suffrage movement and then with the passage of the 19th amendment in 1020. it's incredible. just very proud moment for one and unfortunately what happening is that women of color are very much excluded from the way that the 1000 amendment is have been put into place throughout the country and so native american women because citizenship was denied to native women and till 1924 native american women couldn't vote in the united states and then you had chinese american women same story citizenship was
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denied to chinese american women not able to vote until much later black women of course face a particularly unique set of. prejudices and an access to the ballot because of jim crow laws in the south the same laws that were already impacting men in the south black men once the 19th amendment passes that doesn't protect black women and so those black women are then facing the same set of exclusionary prejudiced and discriminatory obstacles to the ballot so what we like to say is that the 1000 amendment is an incredibly important chapter with story american democracy but it's not the only chapter and for women of color the story continues barking on what i've been did lay that out perfectly i think to really summed up what that struggle was brown and how important you know important principle and patricia we've made progress but we also have to look at the fact
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that some of that progress has been hampered by a lot of things that measure that progress with the way to where we currently are women make up only 23.7 percent of congress only 7.4 percent of legislators are women of color this november 32000 trains people could be turned away at polls because of the lack of an id to vote what does all of this mean for the legacy of the 19th amendment. on short. generally voter suppression is alive and well we see it state by state we saw it happening it happening in georgia when stacy abrams was running running for governor i mean it's it is there it is just one of those things that we have to say so and it's very very unfortunate i would like to think that what i'm seeing is women just don't give up i agree with everything that ana said earlier about what happened in so far as african-american women during the suffrage movement and that racism there permeated that entire
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movement but they never gave up they formed separate organizations and they never gave up they just kept working and working in working in the early part of the 20th century teenager african-american sororities were for the alpha kappa alpha and the delta sigma theta sorority and 100 years later at least 2. african-american sorority still of what is a major things that they deal with a year after here are voting rights and so even though there has been this suppression we just have to keep working at it and fighting to try to over take it and i think that there was this things that has been that has been remarkable is seeing that finally women have recognized that they are capable of running for office winning office and doing and wonderful job being wonderful leaders and i think it's prisms just to sticks there if you ask the man if he wants to run for
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office and say ok sure no problem but if you ask the women one until say well i don't know if i'm qualified i have to think about this a while and i you know i'll get back to you on that and they don't just jump into it but i think that women are being encouraged i think you'll see across the country a states now have organizations to help train women on how to run for office i know we have that in the state of virginia where i live. and i'm really happy to see it because it's my personal opinion that even if we had to totally equal number gender wise of elected officials why it's important is because even though the end result might be the same women have a different perspective on things than men do and so it's important to have the full status of the issue before you vote on it and once again we may get to the same conclusive and of that an issue but we need to have
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the perspective of both genders the because we don't think alike i have a wonderful husband and live free and a lot but we don't get to that end result the same way very frequently but i have to say that realistically i think if we had far more women leaders represented in this country we would not be in the dire straits that we are into bay and many different kind of critics of this country i want to ask you both of you can go 1st but how will the female vote impact the 2020 election i mean there was a lot of focus on the presidential but you also of the son of your bahamas you have other part of races locally that are up for grabs that well on a hot even the female vote is going to play this year. i don't know what i would say about that. women are amazing right and mean show and you can use to that throughout the stuff or it's movement and standing up and you see women chilling out and i think that's suffragettes would have wanted to see especially 100 years
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after the ratification of the 1000 amendment it doesn't matter what side of the aisle you're on what matters is that you engage in your community that you care about your community and that you work to make this country better and one of the ways that we can do that is by engaging in our democracy and i think it's just a beautiful thing to be in this 100 here and to be able to come together as a country i. in this moment and rallying together as americans and stand for something and meaning that something next year is new the full story of what it means to be american and of what it wants to work towards a more perfect union right because that's what the suffrage movement represents it represents. unequivocal power that women has to keep pushing forward and she will work for something better and so i think that is worth celebrating this year and
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a layman the executive director the women suffragists sometime your commission and patricia the executive director of c.e.o. of turning point stop or just war association thank you so much for both coming autumn means the world to us. you know to pretty fascinating interview absolutely great way to wrap up the good were up there i definitely remember. part of this wrap up because that today is all we got for a show for you today remember everyone in this world we're about told we're looking up so i tell you all i love i robot and i'm on the chicago keep on watching all those hawks never great day and night.
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the e.u. strikes a milestone deal with china removing barriers to investment this comes after years of talks and in spite of resistance from washington. the british government puts most of england under the current toughest a level of covert restrictions as case number spiral following of the discovery of a highly contagious new strain. that a new variant of covert has now been detected in the us we chronicle a challenging year for the country worst hit by the pandemic. for a.


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