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Air Date: May 23, 2016
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Welcome to the Infowars Nightly News.
I'm David Knight.
It's Monday, May 23rd, 2016.
Here are our top stories.
Tonight... An expert details how to spot modern-day sex slaves.
After that, we announce the winner of our latest contest.
And a liberal's worst nightmare... Intelligent gun owners.
That's next.
So of course the Second Amendment takes such a massive precedence in my life in terms of what stays in my brain for the most part.
And you know there are a bunch of other things that kind of fall into that line as well.
I'm really big on the idea of freedom and not necessarily imparting somebody else's ideas on somebody else.
The idea that because I'm not for this, you shouldn't be for this.
What are your thoughts about Hillary Clinton?
Killary?
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In a story that broke this afternoon, CNN reports that Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe is under federal investigation for campaign contributions.
Now, this is not unusual.
What's unusual is that friends of the Clintons are even pointing out the corruption that's become so obvious.
We talk about CNN often as being the Clinton News Network.
They say, Virginia Governor
Terry McAuliffe is the subject of an ongoing investigation by the FBI and prosecutors from the Justice Department's Public Integrity Unit, U.S.
officials briefed on the probe say.
The investigation dates to at least last year and is focused at least in part on whether donations to his gubernatorial campaign violated the law, say officials.
Investigators have scrutinized McAuliffe's time as a board member of the Clinton Global Initiative, a vehicle of charitable foundation set up by former President Bill Clinton.
Now,
Well, understand who this guy is for those of you who aren't in Virginia.
First of all, Terry McAuliffe was a banker.
Then from there he became Bill Clinton's co-chair of his campaign.
Then he became DNC chair.
Then he became Hillary Clinton's campaign manager.
Then he became governor of Virginia.
So he's a party apparatchik.
And like these Clinton people and the DNC, we need to remember that going back into the 90s and in the early 2000s, we had massive scandals involving, guess what?
Selling influence to some of the same people that he's suspected of selling influence to here.
Remember that by the end of the second Clinton term, there were 21 people who had been found guilty of making illegal campaign contributions to the Clintons.
And the way they would like to do that, frequently, is to run it through these charitable foundations.
Of course, one of the most famous was Johnny Chung, who pled guilty.
He showed up one day in Hillary Clinton's office with a check for $50,000.
Now, he copped a plea, and all he got was probation.
The Clintons didn't go to jail either.
So why would Terry McAuliffe then feel like he has to abide by any ethics regulations?
Now the bottom line is that you've got a situation here where a guy who puts in that kind of money, and of course there were many instances like this of influence peddling.
By the Clintons.
Nobody went to jail.
And yet, look at what they did to Dinesh D'Souza, who was not expecting anything in return for the money that he donated to a former college friend who was running for political office.
But because he gave more than the maximum amount out of naivete, they sent him to jail.
And he served real time.
But not these guys.
Not Johnny Chung.
And not these people.
Now, Chung even said that he used his political access to get business deals from investors in China.
Okay?
And that was part of his plea bargaining.
So it all comes out, mistakes were made, but nobody goes to jail.
Now what is going on with Terry McAuliffe?
As they point out, among the donations that drew interest from the investigators was $120,000 from a Chinese businessman.
No, not Johnny Chung, but a guy named Wang.
Now, Wang was previously a delegate to China's National People's Congress, their ceremonial legislature, because their government is really run by just a few guys.
I guess we could start saying that our Congress is ceremonial.
It really doesn't make any decisions.
It's now done by the executive along with the bureaucracies.
They regulate everything.
Wang has also been a donator to the Clinton Foundation and pledged $2 million.
But nothing to see, just move along.
Now what all this gets for you, and as I point out, we've got a ceremonial legislature ourself.
The regulations are coming from the bureaucracy.
It is legislation without representation.
Look at this article here.
20,642 new regulations added during the Obama presidency.
More than $22 billion per year in new regulatory costs were imposed on Americans last year, pushing the total burden for the Obama years to exceed $100 billion per year.
Now that's the regulatory cost.
They said this is a dollar for every star in the galaxy, one for every second in 32 years.
Now some of the things in which they've
We're good to go.
And the Clean Power Act, which by itself will add $7.2 billion per year.
Now that doesn't include things like this effort by the EPA to impose millions of dollars in fines on an individual rancher because he had eight acres and he put a small stockpond there that was approved by the state and local government.
But then the EPA comes in and says, no, we own that.
They put $37,000 a day in fines on him.
He eventually beat that rap.
But where is this compensation?
Where is the regulation?
Where is the mechanism by which we can control this out-of-control bureaucracy?
And as we pointed out last week, Boris Johnson, the mayor of London, talked about Brexit and he said, look, here's eight
Really strong and different reasons, not just immigration folks.
That's what the Washington Post likes to talk about, and we'll talk about that in just a second.
But he said, look at the cost that we have.
We're having to spend, send from Britain to the European Union, a half a million dollars a week.
And what do we get for that?
Well, we get about 2,500 regulations.
If you look at these regulations from the EPA, that's about 2,950 regulations that we're getting from them.
Of course, we get 80,000 pages of regulations each year.
In their accounting, they have 2,900 on average, 2,950 throughout the seven years of Obama, just under 3,000 regulations.
But we pay more than that.
Just from Texas alone, we are paying three times what Britain does, and yet our economy is half the size of Britain.
So we're paying six times what they're paying, and we're getting more regulations.
We're getting 3,000 instead of 2,500.
So that's just one reason for Britain to leave the EU.
It's another reason for Texas to leave the United States, because we can't get them to leave us alone.
But look at the way the Washington Post spends it.
Of course, the Washington Post is losing all of its little bit of credibility that it had left.
Lately, they have gone on a
A spree of misrepresenting not only Donald Trump, but now the British Leave, the Brexit movement.
They say immigration backlash is at the heart of the British push to leave the European Union.
And they say the anti-EU campaign's emphasis on metaphorically walling off the British Isles, and in some cases demonizing immigrants as criminals, addicts, or as welfare cheats,
Has generated comparisons to the xenophobia and the nativism of another political movement that is shaking the Western political establishment this year.
They say it is a transatlantic mirror of Donald Trump's program.
Well, here's the commonality between the two.
Fundamentally is not about xenophobia and racism.
That's their arguing tactic.
No, it is really a question of globalism versus nationalism.
Are they going to destroy the sovereignty and local governance of these states that we have had, that created the European Union?
Or are we going to have a concentration?
That's what is really at stake behind all of this.
And of course, as one person that they talked to said, we have an old-fashioned view that the best people to run Britain are the British.
That shouldn't be a radical concept.
You see, it's about local government, it's about local control versus consolidation of power
Into one point where just a few people tell everyone else how to manage their economy and destroy individual sovereignty.
Look at what's happening in Austria.
There was a massive pushback, and of course with an election as close as this Austrian election was, there is a high concern, pretty much a certainty, that it was rigged.
But this is what the winning Green Party socialist says.
Whoever loves Austria is shit, he says.
Now, this is coming from an ad campaign that they had back in 2007.
The Austrian Greens had a picture of a dog with an Austrian flag in its mouth with a poster that said, take your flag for your gag.
Followed by the declaration that anyone who loves the country must be sh**.
They say the flag joke was a play on a campaign urging dog owners to place their dog's excrement in bags and in trash cans.
They say it wasn't simply a gag or one-off incident, however.
They said more recently, a leading green activist said,
When discussing the country's recent border controls to deal with Europe's migrant crisis.
And they also point out that this guy who hates the sovereignty of Austria is the son of Russian aristocrats.
Okay.
This is why we have the natural born citizen requirements in the Constitution.
We can argue over the letter of the law.
I think it's not that obscure.
But the intent is to make sure that we don't have our countries, our cultures destroyed by people who come in without not only any respect for our laws by coming in, but who come in in such large numbers that they not only don't wish to assimilate, but they wish to deconstruct our country.
Look at what the Pope is doing.
We've pointed out this every day.
The Pope does something else that is not involved with religion, not involved with Christianity, but is involved with politics.
Today he met with the top Imam and he embraced Islam in a historic Vatican meeting.
Pope Francis embraced the Grand Imam of Cairo.
Their largest mosque there, the Al-Azhar Mosque at the Vatican on Monday.
This man is the highest authority in Sunni Islam.
And the Pope said, our meeting is the message.
In other words, the message you should take away from this meeting is that we are meeting here.
We're having a peace conference.
There he is again, crying, peace, peace, when there is no peace.
He says, we need to take a joint stance.
We need hand in hand to bring happiness to humanity.
Divine religions were revealed to make people happy.
Not to cause them hardship.
Well, okay, I have to ask, is this what Islam imposes?
Does it impose any hardship, or is it just there to make people happy?
Is it making Christians in Saudi Arabia happy?
Is it making women happy when it oppresses them?
Is it making gays happy when it throws them off of roofs?
See, the problem with this is the fact that the Pope, as we pointed out last week,
...has criticized our efforts in the West to try to bring democracy and tolerance to Islamic countries, while he praises Muslims who come here.
He has nothing to say about Jesus, and yet what he represents is a merging of religion and politics, because all the Pope talks about
Well, first of all,
Besides appointing a transgender person to his advisory faith council, why would we have an advisory faith council from the American government?
I thought we were supposed to have this wall of separation, the liberals tell us, between church and state.
So why do we have an advisory faith council as a federal government function?
Why do they get involved at all?
See, the wall of separation was supposed to wall in the federal government.
That phrase is not in the Constitution.
It's not in the Bill of Rights.
It was simply a letter that Thomas Jefferson sent to some people who were concerned that he was going to come around and confiscate their Bibles.
That's what John Adams was telling people during the campaign.
And so he said, no, no, no.
There is a wall of separation between the government and you.
In other words, the government is walled in.
And yet now we have the government selling us its values, propagating its values, threatening to take school lunches away from poor children if we don't allow their transgender tyranny, as we see from Barack Obama.
And that's precisely what we're seeing from the Pope.
You know, going back to this meeting here,
He said he presented this imam, who is the highest imam of Sunni religion, with a copy of his recent encyclical, a letter to the faithful in which he urges the world to wake up to the threat posed by climate change and economic inequality.
You see, it is a merging of religion and state that makes what the Pope is doing so dangerous.
It is a merging of religion and state which is what makes Islam dangerous.
And it is a merging of Obama's social engineering as if it were a religious value that makes what he is doing so dangerous.
This is the key here.
And he adds that the Imam wants to promote true Islam.
Well, true Islam is really a merging of church and state.
Where are the people who have a problem with that in the liberal agenda?
Now, look at this last story here.
We have a security guard who was arrested in Washington, D.C.
She was arrested for removing a man from a woman's bathroom.
Female security guard working at a Washington D.C.
grocery store was arrested Monday afternoon, this last Monday, for physically escorting a woman out of the woman's room after he refused to leave because he identifies himself as a woman, he says.
Now, they said this was a suspected hate crime.
In other words, it was hateful for this female security guard
...to remove this man out of the restroom because she perceived him as a threat, as an affront.
He says that he was emotionally traumatized by the incident.
Do we care if women and children are emotionally traumatized by men going into the restrooms because they feel like it?
We don't care about the vast majority of people.
No, for this transgender tyranny, we are going to let the small minority lord it over everyone else.
And he says, the security guard told him, you guys cannot keep coming in here and using our women's restroom.
They did not pass the law yet.
See, that's the problem.
They really don't care what women and young girls believe about this, how they feel about this.
They don't want to protect them or even have any concern about their emotional trauma about this.
All right, stay with us when we come back from break.
Jakari Jackson has a special report on sex trafficking.
And we're going to cover what's being called the gunpocalypse in California.
Sweeping regulations that will control even ammunition.
Maybe we should call it Ammogeddon.
We'll be right back.
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It seems like every day there's a new story about exploitation of human beings.
Oftentimes these are sexual in nature and include things like forced prostitution.
They also include things like forced labor, slavery.
And with more on this, here's my conversation with Laramie Gorbett of the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault.
Well, my job is to provide training and technical assistance in the area of human trafficking and sexual assault.
So, I do a lot of training with law enforcement,
We do lots of trainings with Homeland Security and specifically how to identify victims of trafficking.
A big part of the training is identifying the difference between smuggling and trafficking and the vulnerabilities of people who are smuggled and how they are likely to be eventually victims of trafficking.
We do training on
Can you define that distinction between human trafficking and smuggling?
Sure.
Smuggling is a crime against a nation, against a sovereign nation or border.
Human trafficking is a crime against a person.
It's a human rights or civil rights violation.
When you look at human trafficking, there are several different components.
You have domestic minor trafficking, which could be labor trafficking or sex trafficking.
And then you have international trafficking, which could be sex trafficking or labor trafficking.
And there are
Many different subcategories, including forced prostitution, commercially exploited children, etc.
There are far more victims of trafficking than are being identified, but that's one of the jobs that we have, is to go and to do these trainings, to specifically to look for victim indicators that somebody has been a victim of forced fraud and coercion.
And a lot of times is, do they have access to their own documents?
Do they have their passport?
Do they have ID?
Do they have access to money?
Do they have keys?
Where are they staying?
Are they kept all in one area?
Do they live where they work?
Are there signs of physical abuse, torture, cigarette burns, broken bones, bruises?
Are they free to leave, to come and go?
These are just some of the basic indicators.
If somebody is trying to discern whether or not this is a smuggling situation or whether this is a trafficking situation.
And somebody who's experienced complex trauma, somebody that's been physically abused, sexually abused, either prior to being trafficked or as a direct result of being trafficked, they don't just come forward with that information.
And that's one of the things that's very difficult for law enforcement because they're trying to get information to do their job, to put the bad guys away.
And with somebody who's experienced trauma, you don't just come forward with that information.
That's not just an easy thing to say, especially when you've been threatened.
Say, if you tell anybody what's happening here,
Then this is going to happen to you, or this is going to happen to your family.
And so that's where the complexities come, of being able to establish a rapport with the victim, being able to establish, you know, services for them, where they have their medical needs addressed, where they have food, water, shelter, and feel safe that they can then kind of disclose some of the things that happened to them.
For the investigation, but also for their own well-being.
And that's one of the things that we do is, when we have these trainings, kind of connecting the dots.
With law enforcement, with the people investigating these cases, and the rape crisis centers, the domestic violence shelters that will then come in to provide those services.
And it's not easy.
If you're trying to have a conversation with somebody and their abuser, their trafficker, their enforcer is right over here, are they going to be able to do that?
No.
If they haven't eaten in three days, if they are wearing dirty underwear and have been chained to a bed,
Are you even speaking their language?
And still breaking those barriers of fear and distrust, which those are survival mechanisms.
That's what's kept them alive to this point.
And so being able to collaborate with people who have training in trauma-informed care and understand about what happens to you physically and emotionally and neurologically when you experience complex trauma.
And so, having those things kind of set up ahead of time makes a really big difference.
And even having a place to go.
Because if you take a victim of trauma and you put them in an interrogation room, then they're going to feel like criminals.
And they're already scared.
And, you know, it's already in a situation that is unfamiliar to them.
And a situation that would be alarming to most people, let alone somebody that's experienced this kind of violence.
So those are just all things to keep in mind.
And things still have to happen.
You know, people still do their investigations and they're trying to get the information and a lot of times people are under a time crunch.
And it's one of the reasons why this is so complex.
For those who participate in the activities, for the people who are driving up the demand, in your personal opinion, are there stiff enough penalties legally?
No, absolutely not.
And in fact, if we talk about domestic minor sex trafficking or we talk about domestic sex trafficking in general, a lot of times victims are treated like criminals.
And even the language that people use, whether it's law enforcement or the media, when you talk about a 14-year-old prostitute, there are no 14-year-old prostitutes.
14-year-olds can't legally consent to sex.
They're actually victims of trafficking.
They are commercially exploited children.
They are victims of child abuse or sexual assault.
There's no 14-year-old prostitute.
And so the way that we talk about victims of trafficking, the way that we talk about prostitutes, you know, that's, um, that's problematic in and of itself, but also how they're treated as far as if, are they arrested for prostitution?
Are they charged?
Are they given access to resources and counseling and emergency housing and crisis intervention and all of that?
And then what happens to the Johns, the people that are buying the sex?
Um, and in a lot of cases, it's considered a misdemeanor to buy sex from an adult.
So addressing the demand can happen through laws, but it also happens through changing the way we think about women, about children, um, about sex and gender and not
I think so.
Having a mentality of where you are seeing the value of humans outside of their potential for profit.
There are a lot of resources available.
We always need more, but there are a lot of resources out there.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is a great resource for parents, for educators, for teens to find out specifically about the vulnerabilities of children being exploited sexually,
It's also, they partner with law enforcement and the FBI to connect missing children along with children that are being exploited sexually online.
So that is a good resource, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Also, the Polaris Project is an organization that provides a lot of data specifically on trafficking.
Labor trafficking and sex trafficking.
Locally, there is the Central Texas Coalition Against Human Trafficking that meets here in Austin that's made up of law enforcement, social service providers, faith-based and community-based organizations coming together to talk about what's happening in the field.
Also, there's Allies Against Slavery that's here in Austin and Refugee Services of Texas.
It's one of the other points of contact as far as providing direct services to survivors of trafficking.
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The New York Times points out that there is a fight going on in California between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
A big fight as to who's going to win there, because Bernie believes that he's going to be able to make the case for superdelegates to switch to him if he can pull off a big win in California.
Well, good luck with that.
But the presidential race draws attention to the fact that there really is an arms race going on in California right now.
And that's a race to take away our arms.
It's a race between the president of the Senate and the current lieutenant governor, who both want to become the next Democrat governor.
So they are trying to show their bona fides in terms of gun control measures there.
And that is a slight difference between Bernie and Hillary.
Bernie has a D-minus from the NRA, but even Bernie Sanders will not hold parties responsible for crimes that were committed with guns, like gun manufacturers, and even movie theaters, like Hillary Clinton wants to do.
Remember, it was just this last week that a court found that victims of the Aurora, Colorado shooting, where there was the Dark Knight showing,
I think.
We're good to go.
I think so.
And they're going to require the reporting of stolen guns, and I assume that that would be a felony if you don't do that as well.
And then there's going to be three bills focusing on ammunition alone.
They will be bills that will mandate background checks for ammunition purchases as well as collecting and saving sales tax information when people purchase ammunition.
So maybe we ought to call it Ammogeddon.
You know, there really isn't much place to look if we're going to look at the Second Amendment.
Outside of the Republicans and Democrats, even the person who's being touted as the vice presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party has supported assault weapon bans.
With the Democrat nominees working as hard as they can to take away our gun rights, with even the Libertarians soft on the right to keep and bear arms, the NRA endorsed Donald Trump.
And we have a special report from Joe Biggs, who is at the NRA convention in Kentucky.
Hey, this is Joe Biggs with InfoWars.com, and I'm standing here with... Koleon Noir.
And, uh, you are one of the, uh... You're one of the faces of the NRA, right?
I guess.
I guess.
So let's get into a little bit of politics.
You know, the NRA came out, they're saying that they've endorsed Donald Trump.
What do you think about all that?
A bit indifferent.
As far as I'm concerned, I'm largely a one-issue voter for the most part.
If you're not doing anything that's in contrast to how I feel about the Second Amendment for the most part, then we're in line.
I know the people who are adamantly against it, and I know the people who are questioning for it.
So that's kind of where I am right now.
What do you think one of the most important topics in America today is?
Besides the Second Amendment, right now, something else that you really care a lot about, that you'd like to see taken care of with this next president?
So of course the Second Amendment takes such a massive precedence in my life, in terms of what stays in my brain for the most part.
And I know there are a bunch of other things that kind of fall into that line as well.
You know, I'm really big on the idea of
Freedom, and not necessarily imparting somebody else's ideas on somebody else, right?
The idea that because I'm not for this, you shouldn't be for this.
I think from a 30,000 foot view, the Second Amendment is always going to be the biggest issue, because it's the one thing that symbolizes the concept of freedom, which is inherently what this country is about.
So, it's hard for me to really sit back and say, okay, any other issues, as far as I'm concerned, that directly affect me, it's hard to say because the Second Amendment literally takes that much of a precedence in my life.
So you're going to be here for about another 30 minutes for me to think about something else that's really... So what's most important to you, security or freedom?
That's kind of a trick question.
Freedom.
Because I can create my security with my freedom.
I won't necessarily have freedom with security, and I may not even like the security to begin with.
Right on.
Absolutely.
Well, thanks man.
Now we're at the 2016 NRA Annual Meeting in Louisville, Kentucky, and with me is Amy Jane.
How are you doing?
How are you doing?
I'm doing great.
So is this your first event so far, or have you been to many?
This is my first NRA show.
I absolutely love it.
I was scared it was going to be like SHOT Show.
It's really, you know, high stress, and everyone's running around.
It's crazy, and it's actually really calm.
Everyone's really cool.
I'm super stoked, and this is definitely not going to be my last one.
So what's some of the guns that you've seen here so far that you really like?
Oh my goodness, we actually have a, Trijicon has a wall of movie guns.
They have John Wick's gun, they have Lone Survivor gun, they have all these crazy, amazing guns that you should go check out.
Benelli has a John Wick shotgun, so I'm all about that stuff.
So tell me about yourself, you shoot, you do a lot of different things, so who do you shoot for, all that?
I mostly shoot for Terran Tactical Innovations, which is somewhere on here.
I'm also sponsored by 5.11 Tactical, Blade Tech, all the really cool people, TUF, Dewey Rods, the list goes on.
But yeah, mostly Terran.
Butler, who's right over there, if you want to get a shot of that guy.
He's running!
It's a political atmosphere now.
You know, Donald Trump was just here, what was it, Friday, the day I got here, and NRA came out and endorsed him.
What are your thoughts on that?
I think it's phenomenal.
I support anyone who supports my gun rights, all of our gun rights, because that's how it should be.
What are your thoughts about Hillary Clinton?
Yeah, Killary.
Killary?
Killary Clinton.
I can't wait for Trump to be president and then we can put her on trial.
So tell me some of the things that, do you ever do any kind of political stuff for gun rights?
Do you go out to, I don't know, like activist events?
Do you protest at all for that?
Or do you get involved locally in California with anything?
I usually don't have the time, because I work like 18 jobs and I'm constantly all over the place, but I do know that there was like a mass email going around where some political stuff was going on in California, which is my state, where they were just kind of passing laws, like kind of, oh we're just gonna pass this and not really mention it to anybody.
So if there's like an email that I can write to somebody or
D. All of the above?
Well, security as in the government saying they're going to take care of you or freedom for you.
Oh, freedom.
Freedom.
Well, there you have it.
110% freedom.
Amy Jane wants freedom, so do we, and we want our gun rights.
Amy Jane for Trump and Amy Jane for gun rights.
I'm standing here with Taryn Butler.
How are you doing today, sir?
Good.
How are you doing?
So, everyone's seen that, you know, video of Keanu Reeves, and here we are at the Trijicon booth.
We're at the NRA meeting in Louisville, Kentucky.
Tell us about some of these guns and what it is you do.
Well, I'm a competitive shooter, 3-gun, multi-gun for years, pistol matches, IDPA, all that crazy stuff.
And I've been lucky enough to be able to work in Hollywood, living in Hollywood in that area, training actors for films and stuff like that.
And we've been training counter-reads for films coming up and just like to shoot.
And these are some of the guns.
TR-1 Ultralight AR-15.
It's got a Trijicon TR-24 on top, the RMR on the side.
This is the one from the viral video.
It's a light, fast little rifle.
It's got all the great parts on it.
BCM, Voltor, LaRue Tactical.
It's a great little gun.
So I've got a question for you.
We just have, basically we've figured out who the presumptive GOP nominee is.
Donald Trump, the NRA has come out and endorsed him.
What do you think about that?
Absolutely.
I hope he makes it.
I think he will make a difference.
It won't be just another company man, get me in there, and then just, I made it, I'm president, let's just stop.
And I think, I mean, look, he's a little, he does fun, crazy stuff to get attention, whatever, but I really think absolutely that's the choice we have.
I'm going to go golfing.
It's pretty, it's pretty, it's a pretty huge victory for the Second Amendment, don't you think?
To have that endorsement for him and to see that he is now the most voted for GOP nominee in the history of America.
That's pretty big.
No, it's awesome, and I saw Shooting USA where his two sons are gun nuts, loading ammo, shooting, and all that stuff.
I'd love to have him come out and shoot sometime, but I absolutely support him 100%.
What other choice do we have?
And what do you think?
Security or freedom?
Freedom.
And why is that?
What is freedom to you?
Having the freedoms that we have with guns and the stuff that we're doing.
Being safe.
I don't want to be secured in some little room.
You don't want a big brother watching over you and telling you what to do.
You want to have that freedom to protect yourself, right?
Of course.
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Well, I'm not really confused about ethics.
See, the problem is, is that we have rejected the privacy arguments, the constitutionality arguments.
We've rejected moral absolutes.
It was at the turn of the last century that we had an intelligence officer say, gentlemen don't read other gentlemen's emails.
That was a moral absolute.
We don't have that anymore.
So now we operate in this relativistic fog.
And this is what they have to say.
When a rogue researcher last week released 70,000 OKCupid profiles, complete with usernames and sexual preferences, people were pissed.
When Facebook researchers manipulated how stories appear in news feeds for a mood contagion study in 2014, not to mention what they did to conservatives that we've now learned about, they say people were really pissed.
And of course, WIRED doesn't talk about that conservative issue.
So shockingly though, researchers behind both of those big data blowups never really anticipated public outrage.
And that shows just how untested the ethics of this new field of research is.
Well, see, it's not really a problem.
As I mentioned, when you throw out the moral absolutes, when you say the Constitution is a living document, it means whatever we want it to mean now, and it just floats with the sea change of ethics, and we don't have our ethics tied to any moral standard, any religious standard.
It just floats.
This is what we get.
Now they talk about the common rule that is applied to federally funded research, and they talk about how it has its origins in the medical community.
They say the common rule and other systems are born out of the outrage over mistakes, mistakes like the Tuskegee experiment.
Well that was hardly a mistake.
You know, when you get caught red-handed giving people syphilis and then lying to them and saying you're going to give them a treatment, that's hardly a mistake.
Okay?
That's part of the ethical failure that we have here.
But of course, we haven't really learned anything from that.
We still have people calling for mandated vaccines and telling anyone who wants to question that that they just need to shut up.
We're not going to tolerate that.
We have a story from Infowars.com by Don Salazar saying that
Robert De Niro is revealing a new project in an interview that he was giving in Cannes Film Festival, and he also talks about the controversy behind the documentary Vaxxed.
Now, he said that he learned, first of all, that there was a big reaction that he didn't see coming when he was going to put Vaxxed in his Tribeca Film Festival, and then he removed it because of that reaction.
Where did that reaction come from?
Well, he points out it came from filmmakers, the very people
Who should know better?
The very people who should stand the strongest for the First Amendment and for an open discussion of ideas.
The filmmakers were the ones, he said, put the pressure to shut this down.
He says the movie was not hurting anybody.
It says something.
It said something to me that was valid because he has a son.
Who got autism shortly after his son was vaccinated.
So he is very interested in the connection there, as many other people have pointed out.
And it's not just celebrities, but of course, unfortunately, this is something that has touched many, many people's lives.
He's while saying he wouldn't advocate a second time for Vax to be screened at Tribeca, he hinted that his new documentary film that will be produced with movie mogul Harvey Weinstein may focus on revealing
The financial motivations behind vaccine manufacturers, as well as highlighting pharmaceutical companies' ties to government agencies, like the CDC.
And De Niro said, there's big, big money in vaccines that the CDC will put out there and mandate for people.
Of course there's a profit motive.
And let's hope that he looks at that and gets people to say, you know, just because the CDC or the government says that something is okay, doesn't make it okay.
There's such a thing as regulatory capture.
There's also such a thing as being bought off by big money interest.
And there's also such a thing as gagging people.
You know, earlier today on the radio show, we talked about how Tom Brokaw,
Former anchor of NBC News, when we got all of our news through just three sources, said at a commencement exercise in the University of Mississippi, if we have more guns, more firearm tolerance will mean more homegrown acts of terror.
See, that's what we saw when we just had those three networks.
They were skewing the information.
Look at what we learned this weekend.
This article via the Drudge Report points out how U.S.
companies are concentrating the cash with just the largest companies owning a third of all the cash that's out there held by
Companies other than banks.
They point out that just five tech companies hold $500 billion in cash between them, which is a third of the $1.7 trillion on the balance sheets of non-banks.
Now these five companies are Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, which is Google, Cisco, and Oracle.
So they've got $500 billion.
The next $600 billion is the next 45 largest companies.
Think about that.
Five companies have 500 billion.
The next 45 companies combined have as much as those five companies.
And then the rest of all the corporations have another 600 billion.
So you've got 500 billion by five companies.
600 billion by the next 45 largest, and 600 billion by the rest of the corporations of the United States.
That's the kind of concentration of power that we're looking at.
And of course we've pointed out in the past that just five media giants control 90% of everything you hear.
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We've got the radio original studio we call the Situation Room, so I can cut to other reporters and breaking news.
But we now have the new, what will we call this?
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We're going to try to do some radio news down the road.
We're doing a lot of stuff, obviously, here with the great network, GCNLive.com, the folks over there in Minnesota, but we're down here in Austin, Texas.
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What do you think of the new studio, Lian?
Well, thank you.
I like it.
Everyone compliments this new studio.
It's very large.
I think it's going to be excellent when we get all of us here.
Well, that's really it.
We have all these reporters and guests.
When we're doing election coverage and things, we're going to have a couple people in here, then a couple in there, and then that way people get breaks.
People say, well, I have a bunch of studios.
Well, that's why Fox is seeing into that, too.
You can get up, go get more stuff, stuff ready, come back, have a break.
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