"Show Me Your Cards!" - Judge Threatens To Incarcerate Trump & Fines Him For Violating Gag Order

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30 Apr 202422:18

Summary

TLDRThe transcript discusses a recent ruling by Judge Juan Merchan allowing former President Trump to attend his son Baron's graduation, despite imposing a $99,000 fine for violating a gag order. The judge also threatens Trump with incarceration if he continues to violate the order. The conversation touches on the ongoing legal challenges Trump faces, including the Stormy Daniels hush money trial, and the potential implications of judicial activism on the upcoming election. The speakers express their views on the situation, suggesting that the judge's actions could backfire and strengthen Trump's position. They also discuss the role of the Supreme Court in upholding American values and the importance of transparency in the legal process. The transcript concludes with a mention of a contest related to the Manex networking app and a birthday wish for Vinnie, one of the speakers.

Takeaways

  • πŸ“° A judge has officially allowed Donald Trump to attend his son Baron's graduation but fined him $99,000 for violating a gag order.
  • 🚫 The judge threatened Trump with incarceration if he continues to violate the gag order, which is in place during the trial involving Stormy Daniels.
  • πŸ’¬ Trump is criticized for his repeated violations of the gag order, with the judge noting nine instances, including criticizing expected trial witnesses and social media posts.
  • 🚨 Protesters gathered outside Manhattan Criminal Court, with some showing support for Trump, while others demonstrated against him.
  • 🀝 Michael Cohen, Trump's former lawyer, testified that he was not informed that the company would use the money to pay an adult entertainment star, which he would have considered a reputational risk.
  • πŸ’­ The discussion suggests that if Trump were to openly criticize the judge or witnesses in a podcast, it could lead to him being held in contempt of court and potentially incarcerated.
  • πŸ€” The length of the gag order is likely to cover the duration of the trial, raising questions about the potential for it to be extended.
  • πŸŽ“ The judge allowed Trump to take May 17th off from the trial to attend his son's graduation, despite the ongoing legal proceedings.
  • πŸ’° Trump is ordered to pay $9,000 by the end of the week for his violations, or face potential incarceration.
  • 🀝 There is a discussion about the political affiliations and donations of Judge Juan Merchan, appointed by Michael Bloomberg, and his role in the case.
  • 🌐 The script also touches on a trade war between the US and China, particularly regarding apps, with Apple's actions in China being highlighted.

Q & A

  • What is the breaking news about Donald Trump?

    -The breaking news is that a judge has officially allowed Donald Trump to attend Baron's graduation but fined him $99,000 for violating a gag order.

  • What is the consequence if Trump continues to violate the gag order?

    -The judge has threatened Trump with incarceration as a punishment if he willfully violates the gag order again.

  • What is the context of the gag order and the trial?

    -The gag order and the trial are related to a case involving Stormy Daniels and hush money, where Trump is accused of repeatedly violating the gag order by criticizing expected trial witnesses and posting on social media.

  • What was the stance of the protesters outside Manhattan Criminal Court?

    -The protesters outside Manhattan Criminal Court were demonstrating in support of Trump, with some brandishing Trump's flag and chanting 'we want Trump.'

  • What did Michael Cohen testify about in relation to the case?

    -Michael Cohen testified that he was not informed that the company would use the money to pay an adult entertainment star, and that had he known, he would have considered it a reputational risk and asked additional questions.

  • What is the judge's political background according to the script?

    -The judge, Juan Merchan, was appointed by Michael Bloomberg and has made donations to the Democratic party, Joe Biden's campaign, and the Progressive Turnout Project.

  • What does the speaker suggest Trump should do in response to the gag order?

    -The speaker suggests that Trump should openly challenge the gag order by, for example, conducting a long-form podcast where he speaks his mind, and see how the judge and the system react.

  • What is the significance of the judge's threat of incarceration in the context of the election?

    -The speaker believes that such a move would backfire and potentially help Trump in the election, as it could be seen as an infringement on freedom of speech and gain him sympathy votes.

  • What is the current situation with the trade war between the US and China as mentioned in the script?

    -The trade war situation involves Apple complying with China's requests to remove certain apps like WhatsApp and Signal from its App Store in China, which is part of a larger conflict over technology and communication.

  • What does the speaker imply about the Supreme Court's role in protecting the Republic?

    -The speaker expresses confidence in the Supreme Court to act as a check on other branches of government and to protect the Constitution and the Republic from what they perceive as manipulative actions.

  • What is the Manet contest mentioned in the script?

    -The Manet contest is a competition where participants compete by asking questions and engaging with the platform, with the winners being invited to a dinner at Casa D'Angelo.

Outlines

00:00

πŸ“° Trump's Legal Battle and Public Support

The first paragraph discusses the legal developments involving former President Trump. A judge has allowed Trump to attend his son Baron's graduation but fined him $99,000 for violating a gag order. The judge also threatened Trump with incarceration if he continues to violate the order. The paragraph highlights public protests in support of Trump and the political implications of the judge's actions. It also touches on a trade war between the US and China, where Apple is seen complying with China's requests to remove certain apps from its App Store.

05:00

πŸ’¬ Consequences of Violating Gag Orders and Judicial Power

This paragraph explores the potential consequences if Trump were to violate the gag order by doing a two-hour podcast criticizing the judge or witnesses. It suggests that the court could find him in contempt and take him into custody immediately. The discussion also considers the impact of such an event on the election, with the speaker believing it could help Trump. The paragraph further addresses the timeline of the gag order and the possibility of delaying the trial until after the election, which the speaker views as a risk to freedom.

10:01

🚨 Challenging the Judiciary and Calling for Transparency

The third paragraph is a call to action, urging to challenge the judge's authority and see if the threats of contempt are genuine. The speaker suggests that being confrontational and pushing for immediate action could lead to a Supreme Court intervention, which they believe would be favorable. The paragraph also discusses the importance of the Supreme Court in upholding American values and the speaker's confidence in its ability to protect the Republic.

15:02

πŸ‘₯ Public Reaction to Judicial Activism and Political Strategy

This paragraph talks about the public's perception of judicial activism and how it's affecting political strategies. The speaker criticizes the judge's decisions as manipulative and calls for transparency in the legal process. They emphasize the importance of the Constitution and the Supreme Court in safeguarding American democracy. The paragraph also mentions other potential legal challenges that Trump might face and the speaker's determination to confront them head-on.

20:02

πŸŽ‰ Celebrating Vinnie's Birthday and Promoting the ManΓ©ka App

The final paragraph shifts the topic to celebrating Vinnie's birthday and promoting the ManΓ©ka app. The speaker encourages listeners to wish Vinnie a happy birthday and to use the ManΓ©ka app to network and ask questions. They highlight the app's high response rate and provide a call to action for listeners to download the app and participate in a contest for a chance to have dinner with the speakers at casa d'Angelo.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘Breaking News

Breaking news refers to the latest news that has just been reported and is typically of high importance or urgency. In the context of the video, it is used to introduce the recent development about a judge allowing Trump to attend Baron's graduation but fining him for gag order violations.

πŸ’‘Gag Order

A gag order is a legal restraint on speech that is imposed by a court or by an authoritative body. In the video, it is mentioned that Trump was fined for violating a gag order, which is related to his case with Stormy Daniels and the hush money trial.

πŸ’‘Contempt of Court

Contempt of court is the offense of being disobedient to or disrespectful towards a court of law. The video discusses the judge finding Trump in contempt for violating the gag order and the potential for incarceration if the violations continue.

πŸ’‘Incarceration

Incarceration refers to the act of confining someone in jail or prison. The script mentions the judge's threat of incarceration as a punishment if Trump continues to violate the gag order, which is a significant part of the discussion regarding the legal consequences Trump might face.

πŸ’‘Protests

Protests are public demonstrations where people express objection to a policy, decision, or situation. The video mentions protesters gathering outside Manhattan Criminal Court, showing support for Trump, which illustrates the public's divided stance on the issue.

πŸ’‘Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States, with the power to overturn laws and decisions made by lower federal courts. The video discusses the Supreme Court's role in upholding the Constitution and the potential for it to intervene in cases involving Trump, reflecting the high stakes of the legal matters discussed.

πŸ’‘Judicial Activism

Judicial activism is when judges make decisions based on personal or political beliefs rather than strictly adhering to the law. The video criticizes what is perceived as judicial activism in the context of Trump's gag order and the handling of his trial, suggesting a belief that the legal process is being manipulated.

πŸ’‘Podcast

A podcast is a digital audio program available for download or streaming on the internet. The video suggests that Trump could use a podcast as a platform to speak freely about the case and criticize the judge or witnesses, which would be a direct challenge to the gag order.

πŸ’‘

πŸ’‘Debate

A debate is a formal discussion where opposing arguments are put forward to identify the best solution or to debate a specific issue. The video mentions the possibility of a presidential debate between Trump and Biden, and how the ongoing gag order could affect Trump's ability to participate without facing legal consequences.

πŸ’‘Trade War

A trade war is an economic conflict between countries where they try to harm each other's trade through tariffs and trade barriers. The video briefly touches on a trade war between the US and China, particularly mentioning Apple's role in complying with China's requests to remove certain apps from its App Store.

πŸ’‘Mane Event

A Mane Event, in the context of the video, refers to a contest or gathering that the speakers are promoting. It is mentioned as a social event where the audience can engage with the hosts, and it serves as a way to involve the audience and build community around the podcast.

Highlights

Judge officially allows Trump to attend Baron's graduation but fines him $99,000 for gag order violation.

The judge threatens Trump with incarceration if he continues to violate the gag order.

Trump returns to court for the Stormy Daniels hush money trial.

Michael Cohen, former attorney for Trump, testifies that he was not informed about the payment to an adult entertainment star, which he considers a reputational risk.

Protesters gather outside Manhattan Criminal Court, with some showing support for Trump.

Judge Juan Merchan, appointed by Bloomberg, has made a ruling on Trump's contempt for violating gag orders.

Trump is fined $9,000 for nine violations of the gag order, including criticizing expected trial witnesses and social media posts.

Apple is aiding China in a growing trade war by pulling apps like WhatsApp and Signal from its App Store in China.

Discussion on the potential legal and political ramifications if Trump were to openly criticize the judge or witnesses in a podcast.

The concept of presidential immunity is being debated in the Supreme Court.

The speaker expresses confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court as a check on potential judicial activism.

Trump's team is urged to accelerate legal processes rather than delay decisions.

There is a mention of an RNC event scheduled for July 15 and the potential impact on Trump's legal situation if he is restricted from attending.

The speaker challenges the judge to enforce the gag order to its fullest extent, inviting a direct confrontation.

The difficulty of finding an impartial jury for a case involving a figure as polarizing as Donald Trump is highlighted.

The speaker expresses a desire to see the true motives behind the legal actions against Trump, urging transparency.

The Manet contest is announced, offering a chance to have dinner with the speakers at casa d'Angelo.

Statistics on the Man app's high response rate are shared, emphasizing its utility for networking.

Transcripts

00:00

breaking news did you hear about what

00:01

just came through right now Robie if you

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want pull pull up the breaking news

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breaking news is the judge officially is

00:08

allowing Trump to go to Baron's

00:11

graduation but he did find him $99,000

00:15

for the gag whatever violation so so

00:17

judge thre ex president of incarceration

00:19

punishment over gag of violations but

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allows him to attend Baron's uh

00:23

graduation go a little bit lower former

00:25

president Trump returns to court for

00:27

stormmy Daniels hush money trial Trump

00:29

was $9,000 for repeated gag order the

00:32

judge threaten them with incarcerator

00:34

punishment if necessary and appropriate

00:36

should Trump continue to violate the gag

00:38

order the judge also allowed Trump to

00:40

have May 17 off from The Trial to attend

00:43

his Sun Baron's graduation go a little

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lower to see what a president Trump

00:47

protesters gathered outside of Manhattan

00:49

Criminal Court to voice their support

00:51

demonstrators uh brandishing Trump's

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flag can be heard chanting we want Trump

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at collect Pond Park a pro Trump motor

01:00

Kate drove through lore Manhattan

01:02

blasting a song uh whose lyrics include

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f Facebook F Twitter to go a little

01:08

lower okay that's weird so Michael

01:10

Cohen's expans uh Gary F who testified

01:13

that he upset up that Michael Cohen used

01:15

to pay off storm D is now off the stand

01:16

pharaoh and Cohen said they did not tell

01:19

him that the company would use any pay

01:21

adult entertainment star and that he

01:23

would have certainly ask additional

01:25

questions had he been informed it is an

01:27

industry that we do not work with he

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said on stand we might consider that a

01:32

reputational risk the trial will resume

01:34

in a new witness after 50-minute break

01:36

the most important part of this whole

01:37

thing is Rob go all the way to the top

01:40

what does the judge mean saying

01:42

threatens the president with

01:44

incarcerator punishment what does that

01:47

mean that's when you get LED hang on

01:50

that's right you get LED from the

01:52

courtroom and you end you go to the

01:55

local jail which is the equivalent of

01:57

the drunk taint also calls Detention

01:59

Center where they would hold you

02:00

overnight you would sober up and then

02:02

your friend comes and picks you up in

02:03

the morning that's it it's the overnight

02:05

jail it's like take him into custody and

02:08

you end up overnight in the CL any mug

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shots or no but by the way if that

02:12

happens the Democrats need to understand

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they better stop saying this because

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this is the kind of stuff that by the

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way they just gave him another half

02:18

point in the polls when they do that

02:20

when the judge says that and the people

02:22

in New York hear it certain people it's

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like it's like putting oxygen into the

02:27

into the PO this is such a backfire for

02:29

them but Tom they just can't stop they

02:31

because they started this BS uh Witch

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Hunt now they can't stop and it's

02:35

getting him stronger and stronger and

02:37

stronger bro New Yorkers are in the

02:38

streets uh protesting for him I think

02:40

it's fantastic good here's the the

02:43

national polls don't even matter here's

02:44

further news the judge finds Trump in

02:46

contempt for violating gag orders trial

02:48

continues judge Juan mishan ruled Donald

02:51

Trump violated the gag order gag order

02:53

nine times for criticizing expected

02:55

trial Witnesses and posts on social

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media Trump must pay 9,000

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by the end of the week I don't know if

03:02

he's going to come up with it the judge

03:04

will threaten incarceration if Trump

03:06

willfully violates the gag order again

03:08

you know Pat the backdrop of this is

03:10

there is a trade war that is going that

03:11

is starting right now uh between the US

03:14

and China on apps and apple is actually

03:18

helping China um on the 19th uh we just

03:21

go back it was very quiet story but

03:24

apple is pulling things out of its App

03:26

Store in China uh in China people are

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sideloading what app and then using VPN

03:31

so that they can communicate with people

03:33

around the world like relatives and and

03:34

things like that and have the CCP you

03:37

know maybe not see it and then app Apple

03:40

pulled WhatsApp threads and signal and

03:42

that's just the beginning so this is

03:43

going back and forth where China is now

03:45

saying okay well I'm taking this off and

03:47

they all they do is they ask Apple to do

03:49

it and apple is acting sort of like the

03:51

Secretary of State for China at the

03:52

moment complying with this whereas what

03:55

did what did mus do in Brazil he went

03:59

face to face with the judge now

04:01

ultimately capitulated but he went face

04:03

to face and says no I'm not going to do

04:05

this automatically you know so by the

04:09

way go pull up this guy's profile Juan

04:11

merchan guy from bota

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Colombia uh if you can pull him up real

04:15

quick yeah Juan meran uh uh judge Rob

04:19

it's m e r c h

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n so go go to his Wikipedia Rob go to

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his Wikipedia just yeah so zoom in a

04:28

little bit so check this that so here's

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a guy who was appointed by Bloomberg

04:34

weird political views in the middle

04:35

during the 2020 US presidential election

04:37

merchan donated $15 to the Democratic

04:40

party B de Pockets obviously yeah he's

04:42

rich and to Joe Biden's campaign 10 $10

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to the progressive turnout project and

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$10 to stop

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Republicans a subsidiary of the previous

04:53

and if you look at who gave him the job

04:55

merchan go there you go became a judge

04:57

in ' 06 uh New York City Mayor Michael

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Bloomberg appointed him and he remained

05:03

until the role of 09 and then he's done

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a bunch of other things so that is who's

05:08

priding over this whole thing here so I

05:10

got a question Tom what happens if

05:14

president Donald Trump does a two-hour

05:17

podcast right now okay if he does a

05:20

two-hour podcast right now openly speaks

05:23

okay talks about where he's at what does

05:26

it do if he does a long form two our

05:29

podcast right now and criticizes the

05:32

judge or criticizes the witnesses well

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he's going to do it you if he goes two

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hours he's going to criticize them and

05:38

he says exactly what's on his mind what

05:40

happens he will go into court and the

05:42

court will immediately say you know um

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uh they probably will have the uh the

05:48

state the prosecutor and his lawyer

05:51

quickly meet in Chambers and the judge

05:53

will will say look you know what this is

05:56

this is contempt I'm going to find your

05:58

your client in contempt and we're going

05:59

to take him into custody or without even

06:02

having a sidebar he just says court toun

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session uh it says Mr trump it was

06:08

observed you were on a two-hour podcast

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you just said this and this I warned you

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I told you I find you $9,000 court cost

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that you paid but you know what this

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cannot stand I find you in contempt

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wraps the judge can do it it's like an

06:21

executive order within the court case

06:23

procedural I find you in contempt I'm

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finding you this and Deputy will you

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please take him into custody okay stay

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with me here stay with me here uh does

06:31

that help him or hurt him with the

06:33

election uh it I think it completely

06:37

helps him because to people like me it's

06:39

a freedom of speech thing you're trying

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to gag this guy while you're trying to

06:43

choke this guy okay stay with me that's

06:45

my point remember when Colorado tried to

06:48

prevent him to even be on the ticket who

06:51

came in and intervened the US Supreme

06:53

Court said 7 to2 that that this this

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can't stand and then the other two

06:58

liberal drugs justices without comment

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went along with the vote to make it 9

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nothing okay so then say they put him in

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jail okay the whole whatever threat she

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he's given right say they put him in

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jail how long before The Supreme Court

07:13

gets involved in saying what the hell

07:15

are you guys doing uh well this is a pro

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this would be procedural in New York

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Supreme Court a contempt thing and then

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you know he'll be he'll be out in 24

07:23

hours or six hours but the the whole

07:25

point is is is that you need a court

07:29

decision then to go to the Supreme Court

07:32

so once they're done with this they they

07:34

can appeal it okay let me continue my

07:36

questioning Tom the length of this gag

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order Rob if you can look it up what is

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the length of this gag order do you guys

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know it's I do not know but it's you if

07:44

you what we probably show up is a length

07:47

of time covering the trial itself okay

07:50

so if if the length in time covering the

07:53

trial itself can can I as judge Juan

07:58

Merchant or whatever the guy's name is

08:00

can I delay this trial Tom till November

08:05

10th oh yeah and that yes you can and

08:08

that is exactly the risk to freedom and

08:10

the proper so stay with me here so if I

08:12

can extend this trial till November 10th

08:15

and if I since Biden on Howard Stern if

08:19

you can play the clip Biden on Howard

08:22

Stern came out tough saying yes he will

08:26

agree to go ahead and play this clip

08:29

I had if you I don't know if you're

08:31

going to debate your uh your opponent I

08:33

am somewhere I don't know when I'm happy

08:35

toate noidea where he

08:37

is so he's saying he's happy to debate

08:40

him okay Trump suggested let's debate at

08:43

the white house because it's comfortable

08:44

for you because you don't have to leave

08:45

you know get out of bed or whatever kind

08:47

ofing him a little bit so if he

08:50

debates Biden while he has the gag order

08:55

while this go uh it's still going the

08:58

trial's still going

09:00

can he still find him with the gag order

09:03

while he calls out the judge and calls

09:05

out New York can they come and say

09:06

during the debate you said such and such

09:09

because of that we're we're putting you

09:10

in jail can they do that oh absolutely

09:13

when a court case is in motion that

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judge is God and can find you the court

09:20

meaning the judge finds you in contempt

09:23

and confine you and hold you overnight

09:27

it it it's then guess what judges Gods

09:30

when the court Cas is motion then guess

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what I'm doing I'm doing a podcast right

09:35

now yeah you're right I'm doing it right

09:39

now let's get on with it right now find

09:42

me arrest me today let's roll you want

09:46

to play this with me I'm not waiting I'm

09:48

going to go out there and talk right now

09:50

and whoever this Noble podcaster that

09:53

would be willing to do it whatever the

09:55

gag order is agree to be willing to pay

09:58

whatever the fines are cover the fines I

10:01

know a couple friends I can call that

10:02

would be willing to do this but my

10:04

suggestion my suggestion is that if you

10:07

want to do this and they want to silence

10:10

you well let's actually see what the

10:11

judge is going to do now let's let's

10:13

actually call the guys Bluff let's do

10:15

right now put me in jail go ahead put me

10:17

in jail let's go and do it right now

10:19

let's sit down and talk and say

10:21

everything you want to say but do it in

10:24

a sense of hey allegedly allegedly

10:28

allegedly allegedly allegedly do it in

10:31

that way and see what you're going to do

10:33

I would go like this and say hey call

10:36

all in

10:38

flip what are you going to do go ahead

10:42

go ahead put me in jail do it what are

10:45

you going to do and then see how they're

10:47

going to react because for me to sit

10:50

this long and let this thing go this is

10:52

what I want to do I want to get it to

10:54

the point where Supreme Court is

10:55

pressured to come in and say hey hey New

10:57

York what are you guys doing you guys

10:59

doing is this America is this how we're

11:01

going to be reacting to this let's play

11:03

Let's play right now if you're going to

11:05

take an angle like this and try to do

11:07

something for a what for a Stormy

11:09

Daniels hush money Michael cohens going

11:12

around talking and this guy can't wait a

11:14

minute what do you that was the lawyer

11:15

apparently right if that's the case and

11:17

that's going on show me your cards I

11:21

want to see your cards you know how

11:22

sometimes you play poker and what do you

11:24

do you're like I don't give a if I

11:25

lose us $10,000 I want to see what the

11:27

hell you got for the sake of a l for me

11:30

I'm willing to lose I'll give you

11:31

$10,000 but I want to know if I read you

11:33

right or wrong boom and they say oh

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I was right oh I was wrong great

11:39

but I want to know your hand I think

11:41

it's at a point right now that delaying

11:42

this whole concept

11:44

is strategically I don't think the Right

11:47

Moves being made and by the way again

11:49

I'm not on the inside I don't talk to

11:51

the campaign I'm not sitting on the on

11:53

the thing but I don't think the idea of

11:55

delaying a decision to be made is also

11:58

good I want to find out right now what

12:00

your motives are are you dark and

12:01

deceptive show me your damn cards show

12:04

me your damn cards because what we

12:05

learned the Supreme Court doesn't stand

12:07

with what Colorado wanted to do what we

12:09

learned the Supreme Court when Biden was

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lecturing them from the stage on his

12:13

whatever annual what do you

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call you know what the what the Supreme

12:18

Court did boom they sat like that not

12:21

shaking that were United against a

12:23

president even though we know three and

12:25

four of them are liberals they were

12:27

America before

12:30

they were America before politics when

12:31

he's trying to lecture at these guys so

12:33

to me guess what what gives me the

12:35

confidence with America what gives me

12:38

the confidence with America is our

12:39

Supreme Court that's what gives me

12:41

confidence with America what gives me

12:43

confident that this Republic's not going

12:45

to fall is the Supreme Court well let's

12:47

guess what let's go straight to him

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let's let's Force this guy to do this

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now I don't want it to happen in October

12:54

I don't want it to happen in September I

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don't want it to happen in August we got

12:57

an RNC coming up when when is RNC is it

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July June when is RNC is it June or July

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July 15 is RNC let's go let's go cuz

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then you can't even talk here can you

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imagine if RNC happens I would love this

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come on Judge let's play ball I would

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love it if the RNC happens and the judge

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doesn't allow him to go to the RNC oh

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man you know how much you know how you

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know how you know how crazy that would

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be do you know what would happen oh my

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God first of all y your your strategy of

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trying to both appease to Muslims and

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Jews backfired 81% of people ages 183 35

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lots of these guys are college students

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you've lost Joseph Biden now you want to

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play this you want to use the doj show

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your entire cards man I want to see what

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you got I think you're bluffing but I

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think you're deceptive I think you're

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dark I want to know it now I don't want

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to know anything close to July 15 put me

13:56

in jail right now is what I want to want

13:57

to do if that's the card you want to

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play Let's Roll let's roll because this

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questioning process I just went through

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Tom if 90% of what you said is accurate

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and that's what's going to happen let's

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accelerate this process I don't want to

14:10

slow play it I think that's I want to

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get to a decision that's a great point

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and that's a what a I had by the way who

14:16

thought of that who thought of a tactic

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where they're like oh you're still

14:19

talking trash during that get them up

14:20

cuz like if he if one of the debates or

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or or he's on the debate stage and he

14:25

does it how how far in F uh when there's

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a debate when's the next one how many

14:29

days it's like a usually this is a

14:31

weapon of the they tried to take

14:33

judicial activism which is to to attempt

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to prosecute him to say look how many

14:38

indictments he's got look at how many

14:39

things he's got that's what they're

14:40

trying to say and Nancy Pelosi on MSNBC

14:44

is sitting there using the talking point

14:46

oh he was bad on the economy he's bad on

14:47

the economy that's the talking points

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but what has happened they has turned

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judicial activism has become a cause for

14:54

the people that appreciate freedom and

14:56

see through this and are

14:58

looking at it now and saying wait a

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minute they're trying to manipulate this

15:01

I don't stand for it the polls are

15:03

showing that Americans are not fooled

15:06

and more Americans have to wake up to

15:08

what is happening that the Biden

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Administration and their proxies are

15:11

doing under this I want to see it too

15:13

Pat I want to see it judge take your

15:15

move Take Your Best Shot you're a

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manipulative little peon sitting there

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on the bench controlling things whether

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a man can go to his his freaking son's

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graduation or not I was a foreman of a

15:27

jury there was a appointment for one of

15:31

the lawyers and we didn't go to court

15:33

for two days they they move these things

15:35

all the time but for Trump no you can't

15:38

go you can't do it this is manipulation

15:40

this is judicial activism and people are

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seeing through it and more people have

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to see through it this is your country

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which one do you want to vote for do you