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and say that my life matter, i have to be onto the thesis market. we can't trust the police. we can't trust the government. we can't trust anyone except ourselves to protect ourselves. in the face of britain house is in the hands of the jury. we're going to bring you the latest as well as how the public outside the court room is reacting. speaking public reaction hash, the parents have played a very key role these past few months at school board meeting, but did their display of anger, actually one of them being labeled domestic terrorist officially or the white house in the department of justice. we will discuss with our panel as well as why it's just for the teacher who spoke out against transgender policies is back in the classroom. and president biden has a huge gas and oil companies of anti consumer behavior and gas prices continue to rise despite the cost of unfinished gasoline actually decreasing. but will there be actions to actually back up the president's words?
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well guess what will ask our expert. and we talk often on this show about the problems, real american outside of the major cities are facing and how often they are ignored . while our very own group are, is not ignoring and joins us to talk about his new series. forgotten america. i'm sorry, huge, and we're going to give you the 360 view of these stories on today's news news use right here on our to america. ah, it's read weekend. thanks for joining us because we're going to start once again in wisconsin, where it is day 2 of the deliberations in the homicide trial of kyle written house . now the jury of 5 men and 7 women will need to answer the question. did his legal team make the case of self defense or john had he is alive and can know she was content with the latest john, it has been so of info. so it looks like there's
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a lot more people today than there was even yesterday. bring us up to speed as to what exactly is going on there outside the courthouse? well, it's definitely heated up in terms of the overall vibe and the overall atmosphere. there was actually just about maybe 10 minutes ago. an altercation on the stats. we tween essentially opposing, protest her. so we've seen that throughout the day. we've seen people in support here in support of coll rittenhouse, not a, not a large, not a majority, but by far and majority though of people that are opposed to written house that are calling for a guilty verdict. anyway, bottom line is that you, 2 of the protesters gone into a fight. it turned into a fist fight. one of the demonstrators or one of the people that was involved in the altercation then ran across the street. i'm going to get out of the way just so you can kind of see the scene a little bit directly in front is media behind that? that's the courthouse. the courthouse steps. anyway. this,
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the scrum was up there. one of the guys ran ran across the street, and a van pulled up, loaded with police, who then jumped out, tackled the person involved in the altercation and presumably arrested him. got them in a van, got that vehicle out of here and then pushed the remaining protesters back up before really that situation escalated and became more violent from there because definitely other protesters were starting to get into a pushing match. this is really the most volatile and the most tense that we've seen so far. and now that we've been here yesterday, there was about maybe 23 dozen at the most protesters here. today there's been kind of a smattering throughout the day. but this evening, there certainly a lot more people showing up here. maybe they're getting off work, whatever. and it's definitely becoming more vocal from both sides. so we'll to see, continue to increase. will the tension increase way?
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i hate to speculate about that, but it is day 2 of the deliberations a couple points to get into it. i'm to step back into the shot. a couple developments so a little bit earlier today. the jury asked another question to the judge about seeing some of the video evidence the jury wanted to review some of the video evidence evidence, again, it's unclear which exactly the video evidence black. there was some discussion debate about the procedure involved, how the jury should do that, should they do it in the jury room behind closed doors. so they were basically going through that. and also the defense team filed another motion for mistrial, contending and it has to do drone video. contending that they did not receive the same resolution and quality a video that the prosecution received. so they had push. this has happened even during the, the overall trial that the defense was pushing for ms. trial adding to the overall drama of the situation. and then of course, during the testimony, col rittenhouse, his emotional testimony, we're going to back and forth between thomas being or the chief prosecutor in the
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case and the judge. bruce schrader who also today by the way, kind of another, another part of this making headlines. you know, talking about this, this video, he then went into a long tent tangent about the media coverage, upset about the media coverage. so it's really just added to the overall atmosphere . and i hate to say it's become really kind of a circus carnival. ask atmosphere earlier today. people showing up in costumes, people, you know, just odd the coops and the crazy look you lose showing up here. and for the most part, really the crowd, you know, the biggest part of the crowd has been the media. but now, as i said, it's starting to get a little more vocal protesters demonstrators starting to get a little larger as we wait for a verdict when, or if that's handed down. you know, again, if i, if i had a crystal ball, i would look into it whether that was going to happen today. but there's, there's bank more questions from the jury as we await this. and as we do certainly, you know, the question then becomes what happens here in the city when a verdict is handed down. if that does indeed happen. and as i had said earlier,
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and as i told you last night, that the governor of wisconsin has activated a release on stand by 500 national guard troops to be at the ready to help local law enforcement if things get out of control once again, as we saw back in august of 22020. when this happened when kyle rittenhouse, than 17 years old, open fire, killing 2 people, wendy, and other. and as he mentioned, scotty really the crux of this case, the jury has to decide, is, did he act reasonably? was it self defense? or as the prosecution say, was he acting recklessly as a vigilante? did you have any business being here where the gun at that time adding to the volatility of the situation back in 2020. so again, the hearing now definitely getting more vocal. definitely getting more volatile and see where does it down here. i find a very curious so that you have, it's actually read both sides at some point, ask for ms. trial a prosecution as now you have the defense. if they're looking to be change, the judge says, no, i'm not going to have it
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a mystery. i'm gonna leave it to you guys, if you call it that way, i think we've had a trial. we deserve a decision. what happens if at the end of august they come back and say, you know, if there's been a mistrust, does that mean that he just walks very well? it depends. if it's, if it's a miss miss trial and i'm not, i'm not a lawyer. so, so i would really hate to speculate about the legalities, but my understanding of it is if it's a declared a mistrial with prejudice, then yes, possibly he will. there will not be another trial. he will be able to walk free but, but, but again, that's all that good. that's among many the many questions in this case and it's been very confusing. it's been very convoluted a time. certainly when the judge was given the jury instructions, you know, he went through all these different points as if it wasn't confusing to not adding to to that confusion. so right, so i look, there's a lot of good points, a lot of good questions here. but when it comes down to it, it really the jury is deliberating that, that fundamental in dead britain,
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house act and self defense wasn't reasonable for him to open fire feeling to one another. well, dyess, i like there's a lot of drama, both inside the court room as well as outside is all, all of them just looking for attention and an answer. and john, we are grateful that you're out there for us. thanks for joining us. several, no show to loudon county where the school board is agreed to reverse the suspension of a teacher who is vocal against the transgender policy. and the teacher did sue in response to the settlement. the board agreed to a permanent injunction against search retaliation against tanner cross, meaning he's back in the classroom. meanwhile, in new hampshire, a student filed a suit against his school district, saying the suspension that he suffered actually violated his constitutional right to free speech. and the new hampshire bill of rights that says he was expressing his religious belief. when he said there are only 2 genders and his punishment from the school suspension was unfair. these are just a few of the issues which actually motivated parents to pay more attention. this
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fall to the actions of their local school boards. and at times even those parents became unruly when they felt like their voices were being ignored. but were there actions enough to justify giving the same official label by the u. s. government as white supremacists in islamic fundamentalist will house republicans want to know, and they want to know how that demand was made and how involved the d o. j. and the national school board association were involved with each other in the crafting of this letter. that was sent to the white house to discuss robert patel of civil rights attorney and radio. ed martin publisher pro america workforce dot com. thanks for joining me, robert and ed going to be ok are, and i'm gonna start with you on this letter with his latest c, f, b. i is denying they were actually liking information on the most outspoken parents and not investigating them thread that the i said they were doing it. so why are parents right now? well look at this point, i think most americans would say it's a trust, i'd say verify and trust. i don't think anybody trust the f b i after the record,
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they've had in the last few years. so that's number one. but number 2, we have conflicting moments. merrick garland has said one thing done. another he said there was no targeting. then there's proof, at least in time there's targeting. what's outrageous right now is it's the same people that were in charge in the obama era. susan rice, the obama white house that was targeting people, tea party groups through the i r s. now we have the d o, j targeting parents. and here's the message. i want to tell the democrats what we know people are feeling is that you are using policies to make our kids hate their parents and hate america, and we're all sick of it. and so you're seeing a backlash that's going to come and i don't know whether the republicans in the house will have any success of finding out what's going on. but it's clear, mayor garland changed the policies in order to target parents. the only question is why and when? well, and i think that was one thing that has been made of parents not just for public are democrat parents that were upset with different agencies that were going to
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school board. and i found it, bring it to you, our because now we're seeing that there was actually a whistleblowers disclose document showing that the f b, i was involved. they were using counterterrorism tools to investigate parents, a hash tag either that be i denied it. they did start this threat tag e d u officials, and that would be used on instances which should be investigated. do you believe that action was warranted against parents who are really just frustrated at their voices about their community? schools were not being hard. i'd like to where you characterize that their voices were not being heard by community schools. as of that, they were, they're saying, well, we need more distance learning opportunities for students. we want to make sure we're closing the digital divide. we want to have up to date pets for, for young people to make sure they can compete with china and other 1st world nations when it comes to our thought, well, they're out there protesting. they're out, we're running around. so they're against c r t was, doesn't it? since the civil they're just is gender students being able to exist on earth? you know, god forbid there's a transgender student, my school there doing how my kid have read reba. love it. oh no. you have to read
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a book about something other than us, horrible with get rid of this. and we cannot pretend we don't. we live in a world where it wasn't at the beginning of this year. on january 5th, the crazy insurrection has tried to overthrow the government and a lynch, the vice president. though you want to keep tabs on people who seem to be along the same logical lines, the full to distort the capital. i've been with them the counterterrorism of the united states government and also within the purview of the things we should be doing or mentally to assure that we do have a safe and orderly environment for schools and that we are not open to more domestic terrorism attends our capital safe and orderly school. is that what i'm looking for and get in line march in line at is i imagine how you view it of what these were trying to prevent. where do, what do you say look, i mean this is, this is actually this. i can't be more embarrass for robert. this is insanity. i mean, look back on the civil rights era when they were going on the f. b, i was listening in the martin luther king and rosa parks and everybody else. these weren't these parents warren doing anything other than saying we're worried about
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transgender bathrooms. we are worried away if you say there's no c r t robert. then let's look at the curriculum together and let's discover whether the c, r, t notions, the ideas are in his education because i know what you'll say, you'll say c r t is higher education. what merit, what the american people are saying is when we look at the curriculum, you're teaching stuff that teaches the kids to hate their parents and hate america . and but more importantly, these are peaceful people don't lie about january 6 by the way, your d o. j did not indict anyone for insurrection, but don't target. it's like saying rosa parks should be put in with the white family. because she's because she's and the fact that as a parents have every right to raise their voice in a school board meeting and not be targeted by the api i, you can laugh, robert, but you're laughing oil tokenism that is, is banned for you. and me as american citizen, and that's what it comes down to. what are right here and i get that we don't want to compare people to people, but what are the rights that americans have right now going forward out of this?
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what is this past year taught us about what we individuals have and what the government right has. and where does that like when did that start to get blurred? robert? oh, it's interesting because i'm down here in brunswick, georgia. the trial for the murder is aubrey. i'm travelling with reverend jesse jackson, who's in the hotel room across the hall from me here at martin compare people who are stormer, the capital, and storm school board meetings, to rows of hearts in the civil rights movement and beyond laughable. because these people are not dealing with the actual issues and education, we are deal we will these far right wing conspiracy theory from q a non and for chance and all these, all these other outlier. and instead of actually trying to improve education for, for data, because we do lag behind and stem education and science into mirror and technology mathematics. all the things that are actually important to succeeding in the 21st century. instead of doing that, they are running all down these rabbit holes, trying to find conspiracy from the deal j and pizza gate. i think g of k is whether be back in dallas could be back from the debt or something along those lines.
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there's people have become laughable, and this is why you have to monitor them because let me start by laughing and then they are raising the capital. so we have to make sure that we are ensuring liberty . we are super insuring freedom, but at the same time keeping the rest of us who grew up believing pizza gate. people are safe from both people but and see here's the thing robert. i and i've taken issue this because i don't believe in generalization. i would never generalize, you know, i'd never generalize ed and putting those people in there and i could tell you a lot of the parents that were in there were fighting. i agree. i think every parent wants their kid to focus on math and science. what they don't want is the social inundation of what one person who at this point might be along or lines actually being put on their kids and without them knowing. and that's the one thing that i guide you gotta be across the board equal here. and i appreciate both of your conversation on this, but i don't like putting all those parents are there cuz they weren't all there for one reason. there was multiple reasons that their eyes had been a woken to what was going on in our education system this year. because they actually had to teach their kids. but i appreciate both your conversations. i appreciate both of you and thank you for this conversation. after the break,
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the forgotten managers are, they afraid only remembered it during an election year, and their problems are usually only used is talking points by a politician on the campaign trail. but our own steve gruber is determined to bring a light to the reality which plagues those in middle america. and why it seems even simplest solution, are never even given a chance. when we return with
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join me every thursday on the alex salmon should i be speaking to guess in the world of politics? sport, business. i'm sure business. i'll see you then. oh, there's a patch of water around the try, a seal island that's in contention between canada and the united states, northern gulf and made it suddenly become optimal for lobster. our populations here is exploded. one of the most valuable fisheries that's ever existed. suddenly you had me and canadian fishermen in these waters at the same time jousting for position and attention to high violence is bound to happen. this is the last land border dispute between canada and the united states. it could be magnified to the
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point where there could be costs that would be significant to post countries. border disputes don't go away. they just ask or something's going to happen. mm. okay, well it seems like the day the americans can't get along on a lot of things. but one thing every american can university complain about is a cost of gas because no $1.00 is exempt. now the national average for down is $3.41. but many states, it's even higher with california, breaking their own record at an average of $4.68 per gallon with even more states, closer to $5.00. but why gas price is continuously climbing when the price of i'm finished gasoline is actually declining. that's exactly what president biden wants to know and issued a letter calling on the federal trade commission to pro the energy companies. and
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if they are showing some sort of anti consumer behavior, to discuss, to bring in a tide by the horwitz founder and ceo of above train. thank you so much for joining me on this. scottie. it's crazy to be back with you again and let's go, okay, well, help me out on this is very simple answer to president biden's question. yeah, he has no clue what he's doing. that's a simple answer. i mean, when you shut down all the fracking and shell singing united states and you go from a net exporter to an importer, you are no longer reliant on what we call w t i o, which is they are all that has been plummeting. recently, we are dependent on brent, which comes out of saudi arabia, and of course they are not lowering their prices. they're not pumping more. and in turn, you then shut down much of your supply chains and you can't get the gas delivered. it costs more money. so even if the gas is falling, the delivery to the points of the destination are paying much more to get it there
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. so the prices are not really falling. it's an imaginary thing that president biden has created to try to exhibit favor to garner favor, which is wrong. the best thing to do is to have not turned everything off at one time and gradually worked to a green environment which we can't get to even if we were there now. okay, but you're a smart man. i think i'm as 5 percent. there's lots of smart people in the world. that sounds pretty simple to do. so why would you basically do what has happened over the past year with the policies the government has put in place and not think you were going to have the outcome that you're getting right now? is it bite in? is it the people advising him or just a complete clue? if this across the board? i would go with a clueless across the board. i, i think, you know, we have a lot of changes coming here and, you know, taking away many of our freedoms from public speech to anything. and that relates back to oil. you know, you create this need. and of course we've got massive inflation. and why will,
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because the cost of energy goes into every product that to use, including the bottle water that is good for you. it still picks oil to make that bottle, and we are not prepared to shut down all of the exporting and all the fracking that we do. because we do not have a solution to bring to market yet they could actually make the environment green. add to that china and india which are 30 for 36 percent of the world are never going to stop using call. let me say it again. they are never gonna stop using call . so what good is the 4 percent size? and i'd say it's going to do by shutting down and destroying the american citizens at what cost? do we want green energy? any yet? they say it's under green energy, but like i said, we've seen time and time again. that's usually just an umbrella. p r. statement they can make knowing that it's not going to work. what right now can the government do, if anything actually reduce the price of them are in the past, they've reduced attack, they states have gone reduced their tax. is there anything they can do or we can
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continue to see this escalation? why big we're going to see probably some stabilization right now because brent crude has fallen a little bit along with wi. but really they need to allow the frack or is in the shale producers to go back into business. because 1st of all, we could actually satisfy and probably pay this a massive debt. they'd built with this ridiculous stimulus, because the u. k. and germany are starving for natural gas and kind of being held up by russia. we could actually be the supplier of liquid natural gas as well, and actually finance out much of our debt. and so the lip service we get from an administration across the board that has no idea of what it takes to run this thing . and by shutting down the pipeline, you have to do, you have to do things in stages like in any other business. the united states is a country is no different as a business, it must be handled where we can handle it and take it. and until we do that,
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you're going to have riots. and you're going to have mass chaos, which is really meant, i think this to the divide and conquer the citizens. and then you have come back to because your idea of politicians and say that ignorance or is it being done on purpose bubba? that's a question we can answer later. thanks for joining me. thank you. the gas prices might not be as concerning to individuals who live in major cities. and can you spell transportation or even a walk everywhere they need. but for those who actually depend on their automobile in order to go anywhere outside of their home, the price of the pump is become a major focus of the household budget. guess what? we don't talk about gas prices and the effects until they get high and worth the headline. like so many other issues americans deal with daily which aren't address because the problem and the people aren't usually seem deemed important unless it's an election year. they are important and hence why i'm very excited about our next guest steve group are in the project. he's been working on called the forgotten america. steve,
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thanks for joining me on this. and thanks for doing this. this is something very, very important. i don't have much time because i want people to say, but i have to ask you one very important question. ok. what happens if middle america ceases to exist? well that's what's happening. the middle classes evaporating right now. you've got people that don't have the job to the fact that they don't exist anymore. we went from a manufacturing country to a service country. it tries, i, economy goes. as a result, the factories are closing here by general motors, factors so forth. but there used to be supplier factories and all of a small towns across america hooked up with the railroads and the trucking industry and small, medium factories supply those countries. it's how we competed and beat the world in world war 2. if that happened again today, i gotta be honest with everybody i spoke to. so we couldn't answer the ballot that came today. we could not deal with the challenge of a world war because our manufacturing base is gone. furthermore,
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our farming is disappearing every day. $10000.00 american farms go out of business every year. people don't know where their food comes from. they don't know where anything comes from, and we don't build anything anymore, not the way we used to. and i think it was scarce to pay for it. the government has come if they've literally become the enslavement of these farms that are able to stay in business. the majority of them have so much government subsidy, right. and that's just is almost dam is going out of business because it's a fake reality. it's a faith that they can actually survive. so with your documentary, you talk to different people. is there at least hope? are they given up at this point? no people believe in this country. i was very encouraged. i was a month in the end of the whole ball state university here for one of the episodes upcoming. these young people, they believe in this country. they believe in hard work and doing what it takes to move the needle for themselves. sadly, some folks that are older though, have seen the factors close. they've seen their towns like anderson indiana, basically turned into a ghost about a once was you hear about place like flint, michigan, but it's not the only one small towns and medium towns, the factories
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a close lead people in dire straits, frankly. okay. and so are these people deciding to stay and try to help rejuvenate their towns or they move into the cities? and that was the one thing about the cronan virus. they said that could be positive, it would get people back out into the country, get people out of the cities, could that actually help? but if they have nowhere to work, once they go, there are just going to see a redundancy of the problem. one of the phenomenons i've noticed around the countries, those movie to the country, those that have the disposable income to do, to do so. i mean, place like montana, the real estate market. absolutely on fire. you can't afford to go there, most people, so they're being pushed back toward the city. where does ago? it's a vicious cycle right now, and the middle class is paying awfully high price, whether it's gas prices like you talked about, or the cost of a thanksgiving dinner be more expensive that has been in our lifetime ever. this is all the result of the changing economy in america, and i think the government has a they have to answer for it honestly because they haven't on the part the north
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american free trade agreement began this actually, but ross per a warned us about. he was right and do the answer for it every year or, or just on election day. that is like, sometimes i have the wrong answer. sorry, america makes for join me looking forward to watching this. thank you. and you can see forgotten america coming soon to r t america. that's offered a show goes quick last cover, but in the meantime, we're going to continue this conversation at study and huge on twitter, you've asked the team and vh. we'll get all the information for the new show when it comes out. it's going to check out for that to be app for apple or android devices. like, always thanks for watching. ah, i'm asked either one more of my guy to finance all survival. this is a hedge fund, it's a device used by professional galle wags to earn money. that's right. these headphones are completely not accountable, and we're just adding more more to them. totally,
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ah, new york, it's really what america is about when our mayor took our place, he was elected because of his campaign on our city, being a tale of 2 cities, the halves and i have not. and those who have not are usually the ones who weren't berries on hard. i. the city is always wanted to forget about hold island. city is wanted to forget about the people who are buried there, wanting to forget about the fact that there is a potters field that there was a place where difficult stories are hidden. the fact that we're using inmates to maintain this active burial site, where 1000000 souls are buried, where so much of new york city history is buried is document of the inequality that has existed in this city. for centuries,
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