Are you Ready to Roll

FELONY STOPS,BACK TO SCHOOL AND HILLARY AGAIN?

August 04, 2020 Paul Marrick/Jesse Clay Season 1 Episode 8
Are you Ready to Roll
FELONY STOPS,BACK TO SCHOOL AND HILLARY AGAIN?
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Are you Ready to Roll
FELONY STOPS,BACK TO SCHOOL AND HILLARY AGAIN?
Aug 04, 2020 Season 1 Episode 8
Paul Marrick/Jesse Clay

THE HOW TO OF FELONY STOPS IS DISCUSSED,WHY OUR KIDS NEED TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL AND IS HILLARY CLINTON THE VP PICK FOR THE DEMOCRATS? WE ALL KNOW JOE WILL BE JUST AS SURPRISED AS THE REST OF US IF IT'S TRUE 

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THE HOW TO OF FELONY STOPS IS DISCUSSED,WHY OUR KIDS NEED TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL AND IS HILLARY CLINTON THE VP PICK FOR THE DEMOCRATS? WE ALL KNOW JOE WILL BE JUST AS SURPRISED AS THE REST OF US IF IT'S TRUE 

Retired law enforcement, officer security, expert and award winning storyteller. Paul Merrick, along with his cohost, Jesse Clay, former Navy seal, and four time heavyweight committee, world champion together. We'll discuss the broad array of current events using their unique backgrounds to further dissect each story. The only question you have to ask yourself is, are you ready to roll? I don't know, but I've been told that these two guys are really old. I hear their views are very bold, but they believe the truth will hold. So sit right back and enjoy the show because these two guys are ready to roll sound off wound to sound off three, four sound off long two, three, four. Let's roll. Aren't you, are you ready to roll? Let's roll Bubba. Okay. So anyway, I think the big three wound to talk about, we can, we can go in whatever order you want. R a I like teasing people and wouldn't it be funny if I was actually right, because I still think there's a good chance that. Buy in, or actually his people will pick Hillary as VP. In fact, I think it's always been that way. I don't know, dude, you're talking, it's a pretty big conspiracy theory. Well, I think that will turn more people off. I mean, it's, this whole legend is going to be crazy as it is. It is. It is. I agree. And it might just consider this for a moment in the last well, 50 years that we've been around, has it really mattered? What. The people thought other than what the two parties decided we ought to have. Yeah, that's true. You know, I mean, they're, they're powerful organizations and I don't think they really care what anybody else thinks. I think they just keep passing it around and back. If you look, look how many of our past presidents actually related to each other, I mean, it's crazy. Seriously, the bushes are related to the Kennedys and it's just, it's just crazy. Yeah. Yes, yes, yes. So I'll just throw it out there. I think it'd be funnier than hell if it turns out that I'm right, but I'm going to go with a crazy man James Woods and say that I still think it's going to be Hillary and I, and I'll tell you, I'll tell you why. Lately. She was out of the limelight for quite a while. Now she's on there everyday saying something, you know, Trump did this or did that, or they should do this better. And they're finding other ways to discount any of the other candidates. So one by one, as they get closer. Yeah. I mean, think about it. I mean, conspiracy or not, it's happening as they get closer, about three days before their convention. He's going to announce Hillary because she's part of that club, that special club that, you know, you have to be very, very special to be a part of. And when it happens, I'm just going to be, yeah. I'm not getting them that club. Well, I don't want to be in that club, but, and they probably wouldn't let us in any way. So there you go. I don't want to be in, we're not going to ask you to get in. I don't want to be in, we're not going to ask it again. We don't care the, uh, Uh, the other thing too real quick, because I know on the third subject, we're going to probably spend a lot of time on, but, um, maybe, maybe not, maybe not. Yeah. Going back to school. I mean, there's an article in the Denver post two days ago, basically several research papers have been written from all over the world. Um, Basically saying that it's very negligible, that there's going to be any transmission between children and teachers. If they go back to school, if any, at all, the risk is super, super low. In fact, our own governor saying the same thing. That's super low. Okay. Wait a minute. Wait, stop. Okay. What did you just say? Our own? What governor? Okay. You are listening to our governor now. No, I'm just saying even the opposite end is saying the same thing I'm saying, which kind of, when you get both sides to say the same thing, there's a, there's a, there's probably a better than average chance that it might be true. Cause it happens very rarely. What's that you're still listening. No, I'm not listening to him. He's just agreeing with you. Oh, Oh, got it. But, uh, yeah, funny, um, DC, by the way, DC. Um, but. Yes. That's who it is. That's what we're talking about right now. We're having this. We promised we wouldn't do that anymore. What are those days talking about? The fight that's coming up? It's going to be 14th is 14th, right? I think so. Yeah. Yeah. 15th. We should watch that fight and do a play by play. After the facts don't get in trouble. How are we going to get in trouble? Well, we can't do it. What's going on, right? Isn't there a rule? Absolutely. Some law. Who listens to the, no, this isn't law, kind of one of those things you decide if you're going to follow it or not. Who are we now? Yeah, I decided that the rule of law doesn't govern me because I'm, uh, I'm Irish. Ah, black, Irish, black, Irish, right? What are they saying? I don't know. What are they anyway? So the teachers are protesting. Well, the teacher's union is protesting about going back to school. They don't want to go back. They said, I think something last week about we're not coming back to school until there aren't any cases for at least two weeks in the entire United States. However, go. Yeah, but you know what, here's the thing don't pay him. Well, ham, but who are they? Who are they hurting? The worst? Who are they hurting? The worst? Yeah, well, a lot and a lot of kids who, uh, perhaps underprivileged children, maybe they have one parent that works. Is that mean? That means that kid's going to be at home by themselves all day long. And guess what? A lot of them right. Wrong indifferent. Unfortunately, a lot of those kids count on those lunches that are served at school too. Yeah. Yeah. So who are we really hurting here? The most right. Those that need it the most. But if you move up perspective is if they die, you know, the lunches anymore. So the chances of them dying are probably greater by than being at home by themselves and going to school and worried about catching a disease that according to many other countries around the world say is, is extremely, extremely rare. If not none at all. I mean, I mean, we're talking several countries. Okay. All I'm doing is asking who, uh, Who's keeping track of the numbers, the individual countries by themselves. It's not like one group, they're all doing their own thing. And they've, in fact, they say that it's so negligible that Sweden who didn't do much of anything, their numbers weren't any different than anybody else who closed the schools down. In fact, now they're saying we never should've closed the schools down at all. Yup. Yup. Yup. You mean kids? Kids in our, uh, fortunately are not part of this. Um, as far as you know, uh, on a larger scale. Wait a minute, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. I heard some of the news last night. We're channel what? Channel seven. Okay. That kids, some kid died, kids were dying from grownup Byers. Again, did they have something that caused them to die? And then they got grown to butters or was coronavirus the catalysts, which have their demise? Well, anytime a kid dies, it's a bad thing. Anytime anybody guides too badly, the kids, they got kids right there. Yeah. Well, but so the story I got and different channel was all of a sudden, we're starting to see kids die of the latest flu. Strain. So I wonder whether they're even talking about that right now. I don't know. I mean, what's the fall going to be like, well, we get to November, I have a sneaking suspicion. A lot of this is going to go away. I really do. I hope I'm right. Could we, should we go away right now? Thank you, dr. Paul, your in depth analysis on the coming. On the common situation? No, it just seemed like if we're really thinking about the kids and instead of using emotion, like you always say, right, we're looking at the numbers, the numbers say, let's go back to school there isn't there, there isn't a good argument against that. Except maybe we don't want to work. And I think they might, the union might be kicking themselves in the butt because there's a lot of teachers out there still do want to go back to school and they may find out that there are. Other avenues, other ways to get our kids educated that don't require, you know, an organization like that. So, Maybe in the end, in the end, you know, innovation usually eats out everything. So someone will figure out a better mouse trap, a better way to do it if they're not going to send the school, but kids can have to go back to school that were there. They can't learn the same way online as interacting with other kids and a teacher it's, they've already proven that it just doesn't work. So they're not old enough to be able to do that. They need to socialize too. That's part of that's part of their learning experience, right? Yeah. That's what they say. So, alright, now we get up, get up on the juicy one here. So I think it was August 2nd in Aurora funny, because I saw a couple articles that called it Arvada, but evidently it was Aurora. Um, they had a traffic stop that you brought to my attention. Yeah. And so I went and looked it up and got all the information I could find about it, which isn't. Everything that we probably need to make defiant, um, recommendations or thoughts, but Hey, I mean, come on. Okay. Come on really. Well, no, no, no, no. Go ahead and tell her what happened. Here's my here's my situation. Okay. A car was driving down the street. It was full of Americans of African descent. Okay. Cops saw the car. They looked at the license plate, right? One number was wrong on that. No, that's not what your number was off. That's not what they're saying now though. Now with the latest. So what they're saying, let me tell the story. You got the, okay, go ahead. What did they say? No, I just didn't want to make sure you see it. So what the story is evidently now, and this is what everybody's reporting is the license plate it's actually worse. The license plate number was the same number they were looking for. But the difference was it the number they needed needed to be on a Montana plate for a motorcycle? It wasn't even a car. Yeah. It was a motorcycle that they were looking for, supposedly. So here's the thing. That's what dispatch has given the cops. Yeah, which lends to my w we get into this in a minute. It lends to my idea about no knock warrants. If you don't have good information, you shouldn't have that kind of power. Yeah. So it was even worse. I mean, yeah. I mean, that's actually stolen. Vehicle was a motorcycle. It had the same number and then the other part of the equation that makes it even more confusing. The reason this, when they ran the plate, it came back up still. When they ran that plate there for Colorado came back up stolen guests. Why? Because back in February that car was stolen, but it was recovered the very next day. And that's what that poor woman was yelling. When they were pulling out of the car, what are you doing? She reported stolen vehicle. She goes, that was in February. This is my car. We got it back the next day. What are you? What are you doing? So. That's how messed up it was, but it started because they were given really, really bad information. Well, I don't care. I do care, but the information they were given, how do you take little kids handcuffed him and lay him on the ground? I agree. Oh yeah, because you're of American African descent. I don't know. I don't know. I don't. Okay. So here's the thing. I don't know when it. I agree with you that it's, it was wrong and it was bad. I don't know that it was because of the color of their skin. That's what I'm saying. Okay. Now pop. Hey bro. Let's get real here. So if it, if it would have been a light family, I think these guys would have done the same thing to him. I, and I'll tell you why. I think there, I think what's happened over the last. Let me just get this out then you can. Okay. First of all, what time was this in Aurora? Okay. How many incidents or how many complaints do they have against African American people of color right now? Do you mean the other way? Right? Like how many, do you ever have complaints against the police, right? Yes. Yes. Yes. Okay. Okay. Well, a few, some that are pretty popular, but yeah, yeah, yeah. So I. They've got custody police that are drunk. I agree with you. Yeah. And he fell asleep in the car and they couldn't press charges. Why couldn't they press charges? Cause one of his fellow officers got him out. So he wasn't in the car. Although there's pictures that prove he was in the car and he was drunk and they didn't do anything right now. I'm the last person on the planet to go against PD. No. No, absolutely not. I know that again, we're getting back to the bad cop deal, but he got some cops that are bad or overworked or overstressed or having personal issues. They shouldn't be on the job. I agree. So, so I want to go through what the, and this is the part, I don't know, because we don't have any video. That's all we have is a video of the kids on the ground, which is bad enough. Okay. But what I want to go through, cause this is something we both are involved in or have been involved with. Okay. They stopped that car. Let's just go on the premise, the information they had. I mean, they believe to be accurate. Okay. That's the big thing when to begin with it never should have happened. That's first. So right off the bat, that information can lead to really bad situations, but they believe it's a stolen vehicle. They stopped the car, they see who's in there. Typically when you stop and you do a felony stop on him on a vehicle in that situation, especially during the daylight or whatever. Usually we have everybody just put their hands up somewhere. They can see inside the car and you get the driver out first. Okay. I don't know what they did. I'm just saying, this is, this is what should have happened and what should have happened as far as they got to the kids. Okay. Yeah. I have her walk backwards to them. They searched. At that point, handcuff and hurt at that point, that probably would have been okay. I mean, they think it's a stolen car until they figure out what's going on, but they could be that the other thing you do when you have that many cops, there's, you start interrogating her to find out exactly who's else is in the car. Do you have any weapons, blah, blah, blah. And she starts yelling. She starts saying what she said to the news cameras right afterwards. And that is it's my car. Blah, blah, blah. This is my name, you know, and they start, then they start checking and they still get the people that are under controlled in the vehicle. They're not out yet. Right. And they start pulling them out. And I'm going to go to the far extreme and say that, although, although I think they would have figured this out as soon as they got them out of the car. We do know that there are 12 and 14 year olds are very dangerous. Okay. The problem I have is, I don't know, very many, six year olds, if you had a threat. Okay. Well, Paul, let me ask you a question. Okay. Do you truly believe. That if they were not of color, that just would have happened. I truly believe that unless we have someone or something being said from the camera's there, that we can't come to that conclusion. I think they very well could have done that with just about anybody. And I'll tell you why. I'll tell you why. Just hear me out. Because what we had to put my glasses on for this one. Okay. What we have now. Okay. In the article. The other thing that was mentioned, because they interviewed, they asked like the chief was tweeting something or whatever, by the way, she was voted in as. So all they did, all they did in my view was, was, uh, put somebody who was there instead of bringing somebody else in to root out the problem. This chief who's there now has already proven she cannot handle the job. Yeah. I agree that many incidences have happened since she's been on. I agree. Look, look how much I it's crazy. I agree. Bring on somebody who can't control the situation. So the next time there's a situation. Th th they, somebody should choose as soon as the parents opt to city and it's going to happen because of that. Yeah. But, but come and she made, I think is prevalent or not prevalent. It's important here is that she said under these situations, this is how these. You know, a felony stop is supposed to be handled. That's true. But the next thing she said, and this is where we come into. I think sometimes you have people working that act like robots instead of cops. Okay. Is that, um, it's loved at the discretion. You know, basically a senior officer who's ever on scene, whoever the senior officer is and how to handle it because every environment, every situation is a little bit different. So my thing is this in my world, you get the woman on the car, you get her back yet. She's probably going to get handcuffed until you figure out what's going on. As you start pulling the kids out. Who obviously are not armed. You get them back there, you sit them in the car, whatever you figure out what's going on. You know, two things you don't need to put them on the pavement for two reasons. One, it's a horrible idea to do that to a child. Okay. Anyway, it's also not very officer friendly or safe, uh, officer safety within mind because you've got people out on the pavement, not back with you under control. So in both regards, it was a stupid way to handle it. Well, uh, I'm, I'm going to say this. As a staunch supporter of police, right? It was a bullshit move. I agree. As an African American, I don't care how you cut it. It was wrong. I agree. It was wrong all the way around the board. I have absolutely no argument there at all. I just want to be really careful. Is it? You can't. You can't. I think we have to be careful not to judge, like what someone was that was in their heart of the time they did it. We can guess we can guess. Okay. And we might be right. But I think we have to be careful when we do that, because there might be other reasons, like I said, like just you work with a lot of guys, a lot of people say it's not in the book. It's not exactly like it's in the book. I don't know what I'm going to do. Like that. No I'm serious. And that's a problem because they're not thinking on their own. Yeah. And again, what does that come back to Paul training and getting the right guys to begin with? Yeah, well that right now it seems like they're taking whoever, whatever time pick her hair is available. Cause he wants to do the job. Yeah. Alright. I totally understand. Yeah. I mean, but, but, but getting back to the, you know, like officer fester or office in the Palm of the guys, I grew up with the cops that I knew growing up, that I had 100% full respect for. Right. They've never done that. Never in a million years. And I never did it either. I agree. Yeah. So there you go. Yeah, but looking at it now, I don't, I don't care. I don't, I don't see the rationale of putting. Teenagers do girls little kids on the ground handcuffed. I'm not arguing that at all. I'm not. That was terrible. You know, that was, that was, it didn't make any sense. It looked horrible. Yeah. And if you're trying to was due today, we went to get our nails done and we had to lay down on the hot pavement for, I don't know, because the police were harassing us. Right. And the police and the police were well, they were, were they harassing us? But why, why would they were harassing us to begin with because of bad information, what they did was wrong, but who's responsible for that information. Somebody's inputting numbers in a computer back at the station, ultimately, who does it fall off? Whose does it fall on the chief? Oh yeah, absolutely. Whoever you got full responsibility is in charge responsibility. Yeah, exactly. So, so all, all across, it was a big mess. Yeah. Oh yeah. For the even found the car, it was bad. Well, if you, if you haven't people act on information, that's an accurate, right. You're going to have bad situations. Right. And this one from biz went from bad to worse and it could have been a lot worse too. Oh, absolutely. It had been a lot worse just because of the bed information. That's and that happens. That happens with no knock warrants too. That's why I'm not a big fan of those anymore, just because they never everybody's listening to it. Like we are right now, they're looking at a computer screen instead of like the cops you knew back in the day who knew who you were. I mean, in a, in a much more closer to perfect world had that family been stopped. By cops actually knew their neighbors. And, you know, they knew who everybody was. None of that would have ever transpired that way. No, the big part of it too, or if they had a cop that had been in the street for awhile that had some experience go on, Hey, mrs. Jones, how you doing? Say, you know, this car came back stolen. Could you tell me about it? Who's in the car. Tell me what you know, who's in the car. My six year old niece. Oh, great. Yeah. So what, how is this scar marked is stolen. And whatever all you gotta do is say, excuse me, ma'am could you reach in your glove compartment, pull out your registration? Well, they don't even have to be at the car. They just, if that's what they say, they start having people get out of the car and walk back towards them. They still have control of the situation. They didn't have to lay them on the pavement. That's my point. They would have been, they would have been treated in a better way and it would've been better off as your safety had they done that? That's what I'm trying to get across is that yeah. No matter who they're pulling on the car, they did it wrong, even if, even if they were bad people, even if they stole that car, how they did that, isn't the right way to do it. Now I'm missing something on the video. Where are they laid out next to that you should have been, they should have been back under, under, you know, police control away from the vehicle. Cause you don't know what else is in there. Yeah. So, I don't know. I bet that part's training, but there's a, there's a certain part, a certain personality, uh, uh, that you're looking for when you bring them on to begin with. And I think. They lack there too. Um, so from the start, if you're working with mud, instead of clay, you're gonna end up with just a big pile of dirt, right? Yep. Yeah. So, I mean, and I think. I think that's evidently they're part of the problem too. And that's because a lot of people don't want to do that job anymore. Like I said, initially, getting the driver out, that's a, you know what, they don't know. I got that understand. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But after that it went downhill, you know, so exactly. I have choice, bad choice, bad choice. Did I, uh, uh, Okay. We'll get lighthearted just for a second. The, uh, Oh no, I got more stuff. I got a ton. Don't tell me before we get lighthearted, let's do that. Okay, here you go. Oh, for four years and a Naval special warfare community. Okay. We've we've had canines and we've had canine handlers and we've had the school. Yeah. You know what? I've gone with this. Yeah, no, that's a good one. Go ahead. So here's the deal. I've known the, the main source, the guy who. Trains most of the dogs for not only military, but law enforcement. And he goes around the country. He's Canadian. Okay. Christian dude. Awesome. Dude. I've known him, like I said, I've known him for years. Never across thing about anybody when he's had the opportunity, she's been an educator, not an agitator on, on situation. Okay. So here we go. A couple of years ago, he was doing a, uh, a dog training where he wears a bite suit. And the dog chases them. Right? We've I've done all these fundraisers with them all over the country. And he's, he wore a Brady Jersey at that time. And I forget what the city we were in, but I was eating like Brady. So the dog jumps up and grabs him, takes him to the ground and he's riding and they make a comment, you know, about Tom Brady. Everybody laughs. They donate money, Naval, special warfare and whatever communities. And we go from there. Right. Nobody ever said anything. So now apparently somebody pulled up a video from years ago. With them. Well, I don't know what years, but probably this last year, sometime. Yeah, yeah. A year ago. I'm not sure which one it was, but as these guys were on a Kaepernick Jersey and same guy, thanks situation. Now he's worn a Jersey of all these people for years. This has been going on for years. And now all of a sudden we have a thing of Kaepernick and it's taken totally out of context. Right. Totally. Like I said, and they're doing an investigation now doing an investigation, was this racially motivated? And you know, the funny thing is I had buddies of mine, people that I really care about, not some of the idiots I know in there call me and go, are you okay? And it's like, why wouldn't that be okay? It's like, well, did you hear about this? And I said, yeah, I said, he's done it all the shows. Oh, so you knew about it. I said, yeah, he's done. From every ethnicity, this, this as the ethnicity. Yes. Yeah. That word that I know these different players are hated in different areas and he, and he does it to raise money for the community. Right. I don't have a problem with that. It's not racially motivated. It's not politically motivated. It's that if I'm a Bronco fan and he's wearing something. Of the Raiders. Lots of bad choice for me, because I liked the Raiders too. Like your brother. So if he's wearing a, if he's wearing Thompson from say, who else do we hate? I can't say Kansas city. Cause I love those guys. No Kansas city, Kansas city. Um, what, what about Oh, charges, let's go with the charge charges. If he's yeah. I used to live in San Diego now they're in LA. So you could bite one of them. So, uh, he's wearing something from the chargers. And a dog jumps up, bites him and then make a comment about the chargers. It's no big deal. Why it's all in fun. When are we going to stop taking ourselves so damn serious? I can understand if it's something that, that degrades and defames or demoralizes someone, but it was meant as a joke. This isn't black face. This isn't any of this other craziness. All this is is it's funny because when it was a white athlete, Nobody said anything. Yeah. So if we're going to be treated equally, I guess. Yeah. Don't all lives matter. Careful. I guess we can't say that either. So there's so many things we can't say. We keep saying we're bad people, Jesse. Yeah. I think it all depends. What side of the fence you're on. Good Americans say what good Americans say, I fought for this country. So unless you fought for this country or dumped something for this country, Shut up, sit down and just eat your bond bonds. I love you, man. Hey, that's the way it goes. Yeah. Now is there, is there racism in the military? Yes. There you go. I just it's earth shattering news. Where do these people come from? Do you think this? Because they came. They came to the military means all this is going to stop. No same with law. Yeah. Are there people in law enforcement who are racist? Hey newsflash. I've got a friend who he's a black agent. That's all I'm going to say. I'm not going to say what department he's with. He, he moved and bought a house or an agency with zebra. He bought a house in Georgia. Georgia. Yeah. So he's working in the garage. He didn't know that there was a seller in the garage. A black cop in Georgia bought a home on a meandering river that used the old homeowner to pull a, what was the state trooper, guess what he was beside being a state Cooper. He was clansmen. He had, he, I guess the dad died or got sick or whatever and left. But he left all his clan poop in the basement. So he literally had a robe. He had a hood, he had a bunch of mass, he had all kinds of stuff, you know, a bunch of his, you said for a minute, there just, I was a card carrying clients. And I said, well, how did it make you feel a story? It was, it was wild. And then what does he do? He goes back and tells people in his agency and they go, well, you could turn it in to the local police department. And then he goes in to talk to one of the cops, not telling them who he works for or what he is. And he asked the cop, what do I do with I find client material? And he goes, well, get a hose and put it out. Welcome to town there, buddy. Yeah, I got quite the laugh out of that. I said, okay. So the guy in Colorado Springs. Well, I was going to say the comedian too, because I remember he used to, uh, he could probably sell that stuff to him for his next show. The, um, Oh, there you go. What's his name? Not Dave Chappelle. Dave Chappelle. Yeah, I got you new material, but I mean, it is what it is. I mean, people figure it out or they don't. Well, you know, it's like, this is America. There are groups who we call terrorists, who are trying to beat up and destroy and defame America. What should we do with those people? Tell me. Well, my definition, as you mentioned, the rule of law would say they should be prosecuted. There you go. It's supposed to apply to everybody. Oh, now it's not the rule of law anymore. And that is what is a rule of what. Then it's the rule of chaos. Yeah, it's got, it's got, and, and again, that we both know starts at the top when it comes to politicians. And if you have billions of dollars, you do not. I'm sorry. Don't get treated the same way in our court system is somebody who doesn't have that. And that's one thing that if you, if change that, which would be a big change. Yeah, a lot of these other problems would miraculously go away. It's amazing. You know, you get arrested, you have the same kind of representation. Someone who has $10 million in the bank does. And unless he's, it's never been that way ever again. Never, no, it's never been that way. It never has been, but that's the only way to make it fair. And my other little shirt, no more plea bargaining. If you can't convict somebody on what they arrested for, then. Don arresting it. Yeah. Don't arrest him. Well, you arrest him, but if there wasn't a good enough, then you do not prosecute. None of this. I'm going to pull all these things on. You're not very rich. He try to fight city hall, I'll get you on this or that it's going to cost you too much. You don't have a good attorney. So yeah, you can't file on the charges. Gotcha. Yeah. And we got, you know, you either go to court, you go to trial, that's what everybody should have and we can't afford to do that. Well, then don't do it. I mean, I know that's, that's an altruistic view of the world I have, but that's the only way you'd ever make it fair. Yeah. Anyway, and it's. Well, anyway, I'll let it go with that. Cause I could go crazy on that topic. But, um, so a little bit lighter note, I realized something this morning, um, you know, when you're dating, does your wife and all this, she might, uh, when you're dating, uh, you make a point of. You're trying to make everything perfect. Right. Trying to do you're on your best behavior. Let's put it that way. And uh, I remember, uh, you know, if there's a certain bodily function that I may have had to do on a date or something, when I was dating my wife, I'd probably go for a walk instead of having that function take place where we were sitting. Right. Cause I was trying to be polite. We're thinking happens after you're married for. 25 plus years or whatever. And as you become what I have now referred to as a structural linguist, Oh, you're blaming the dog. Yeah. I'm blaming the dogs from about 20 feet away from me. I'm so good at it. It is so difficult to figure that out. Except somehow my wife figures it out. I don't know how that works, but you know, I think you're way smarter than you give her credit for it. Oh, no, I know. She's really smart. I know. She's really good. She said, she says really that's usually come really? You're going to blame that on the dog. I don't think the dog had a Korean barbecue in broccoli last night. So. Well, let me know when you're eating the Korean barbecue and broccoli. So I don't knock on the door. That's where you don't want to do a no knock warrant because you kick that door in, who knows what's going on. Yeah. So nothing's going otherwise today for you. Yeah. Things are going pretty good. You know, work's good. Everything's good. Just looking at, trying to figure out, um, You know, are people going to vote? Are they not gonna vote? Are they, are they, I listened a lot of people complain, but I hopefully they'll, they'll take this opportunity because a lot of people gave, gave up a lot to get the right to vote. So everything so we can vote. Yeah. I know. Don't complain. Don't complain. When Hillary is the VP pick. Don't complain about it. You had a chance, you know what? It's going to be funny. It's going to be funny when Joe finds out who the VP pick is that it's Hillary. Cause he probably doesn't even know now, what are they gonna make the announcement? I mean, it's, I don't know, three days before they always do, you know, they all do that. Oh, I'm going to pick first week of August. They keep putting here's the funny thing. All this is why you think it's going to be Hillary. This is another reason. Think about this. All the articles about this right now are. It doesn't really matter who he picks. Right. It's inconsequential. Then why is it so important where they can put it up, pick anybody? If it's inconsequential, just pick anybody. They're hoping somebody, because it's going to be her. That's I'm wrong. Then you can all pick on me. That's great. But if I'm right, I'm not gonna let anybody forget it. So, you know, it's just like a long memory. Yeah. So, but I just think it's gonna be funny when, when a bite and finds out for himself that it's her. Because you know, when they finally tell him, I mean, it's going to be. Can I call, call Joe uncle Joe, uncle Joe. Cool joke. What are your thoughts on, I love how they're trying to get out of doing the debates now altogether. Well, he can't go agent and he can't. I mean, it's, it's just crazy to think that he would try to do that. So I think that's why they're trying to get out of them. Yeah, we got two crazy guys yelling at each other and then Pence is going to be there so matter. Yeah, one, one's not gonna remember what happened. So it doesn't mean just forget about it tomorrow, 30 years ago. And we we've always had something, right. There's always been something with all the candidates and everything gone, but even went back 30 years and said, Hey, in 1990 and 2020, That, that guy that builds apartment buildings and has the time Taj, whatever in New Jersey Trump towers, yeah. Is going to be the current president, Joe Biden is going to be running against him. And Hillary is going to be as VP for, you know, running for office there for like the third time now. So if you said that to somebody, they would say you're absolutely crazy. And that's the reality. You know, and also if you told them, Hey, cardboard, cutouts in the stands when you're watching a baseball game. So yeah, there you go. We'll see what happens. All right, man. Ready to go? I'm ready to go. Alright, well let's, let's roll. We'll talk to you later. Talk to you later, buddy. You had something you want to say I'm saving it till next week. Oh wait, wait, hold on everybody. Okay to tell us this week. I think we want to hear about it. Okay. Here we go. Okay. This is a good one. Everybody listen to us. Mine was a friend of a friend, um, works with a certain group of people who carry badges and guts. I'm gonna leave it at that. And his, his commanding officer made a statement that. The reason why cities weren't prosecuting. Um, a lot of these people who were in this BLM marches well is because the majority of them were, were white, not black. And that's why they wouldn't be interested. Yeah, no, they were being arrested, just not prosecuted. All of them were being turned loose. They're not, no charges are being filed. How would they? Okay. No, no, I'm not. I'm just trying to picture in my mind. I mean, that's such a big talk about my conspiracies. That's a big, you know, how hard that was that well, yeah, because how many people that has to go through to happen like that? You know, I mean, you're talking about different, uh, deputy district attorneys and I mean, they'd have to all be working together to do something like that. That'd be very, that'd be kind of cool. It they'd work together to get something a customer. I don't believe it. Well, there you go. I mean, I mean, remember we're talking government, we're not, if it was a private entity, it was a private privately run business that the core system was then I'd say maybe because that would be efficient. But it's not, they don't do anything together, but that's an, and, and B, did he give a reason why? Just because it, because just because they were white and nothing else beyond that, nothing else, nothing else. That's crazy. You asked, I told you no saying that's well, and he said it, and normally he says stuff and people laugh, go. You're crazy. Yeah. None of these seven people he was with last. Yeah, but do they really laugh at all anymore? Well, they can't now because if they do, they'll be accused of something else while you're laughing. You're racist. You racist. All I got to say is don't put kids on the ground in handcuffs. I agree. One don't ever do that. Don't ever, you know, what. That's not a good way to start the day and no. And you people with your badges and your, Oh, that's one of the seven words you can't use use. Yeah. Well, we're going to grab this band. We're going to grandfather that one. There you go. Alright, my friend, are you ready to roll? Let's roll. We'll talk to you later, man. Talk to you later, buddy. Have a good one. Bye bye. Michigan plate. We'll be back soon. We will never change our tune. We thank you for your loyal support. So please subscribe and share our port sound off. Wound to sound off three, four sound off wound two, three, four. Let's roll.