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Impeach The Orange (The Sequel) Recap, The Lighter Side Mini

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Trump was acquitted as The Senate was short of the required two-thirds required by the Constitution. We’ll give a recap of the whole trial and offer our reaction. Plus, The Lighter Side of It’s News to Us.

We have a lot to get to. As always, we're going to recap the impeachment. What went down that you know, the whole trial. We didn't really talk about it much, what was happening, but now that it's over, now that we know the outcome, we'll talk about what the hell happened. What the Hell happened there? That's just a but that we knew would be like that, though. We really did. Yeah, yeah, absolute. That's why we didn't talk about it, because we map. We knew the way it was gonna go. We knew was good way. But in case you weren't paying attention because you knew how it was going to go, we'll let you know just so you're informed. Will give you like a little step of play byplay of it and then after that the lighter side of its news to us, because we need to like kind of blow off some steam, I think. And whistles. Will have fun. Folks, you're here for you're here to learn and you're here to have fun. Mandatory Fun, after you'll after mandatory learning. It's all manager mostly learning. Yeah, good, recess and then recess if you're good. If you're good, welcome to the United States America. It's news to us. Yeah, we had to get rid of Marilyn Manson the theme song. So I thought we're game show. Oh, yeah, well, some, but it's it does selling a game show, right. I don't know if this is going to be every week, but I like it. It's not. It's actually the blues brothers, but they are. Thank you, Elwood and the other guy. The other guy, I've got his name. I never knew one of their name. What I didn't? Jason is all offended, but he can't tell me. What's L Wood and what Jake? Jake, thank you. That's us. I don't know. I think that's all. What's first name? No, you're right, it's I think it's Jakeing l would yeah, but yeah, there we go, because, you know, we had Marilyn Manson in the in the opening last week and yeah, it's getting bad for that guy, I think, actually was. He was more devastated to lose his spot on our intro opening than he was his record label contract. That's what the sources are saying. Yeah, that's a joke. That's gonna be one of those shows. What's up on social media? Guess what's happening there. Katie you've been on fire. You've been on fire. You've had a lot of tweets and a lot of followers this week. What's going on? How are you? How are you like? You're like fanning the flames on social it's news to US twitter. Well, I watched a lot of impeachment trials. So, yeah, yeah, yeah, I was doing a lot of live tweeting. You were it and people were really responding to what you were saying. Here's one of your live tweets. Trump's lawyer is seriously weird. Why is he mad at the house managers? They aren't the ones that made trump guilty. Hashtag and peach trump. Yes, I agree, that dude was like ranting and yelling and singing. Is this use? Like is dose? Is All read? Yeah, he was acting a fool and they looked like laughed at yeah, we do have a clip of that later. Oh good, yeah, thank God. We will talk about the impeachment in a detail in a second here. Also, Katie tweeted the APICIA, of course, related to the insurrection, and then Katie tweeted a wanted sign from the FBI looking for this guy who gouged out the eyeballs of a US capital police officer, which I don't even know what happened. Really, you didn't know? Yeah, yeah, I need to be arrested. I had no idea that a capital police officer got his eyeballs gouged out by a trump supporter, by a trump terrorist. That actually happened. Yes, but I think our biggest hit of the week was a tweet that you sent out, Eddie. Yeah, you know, I will you. We had all like these these really these really like intellectual tweets that you were putting out, Katie, and like you're like having all this good analysis of the impeachment and then, just randomly one night, I came across the tweets from singing in of a of a of a dancing turtle. So I tweeted the dancing total is. It's a happy, true toward it. Turn up the dancing tortoise and she's getting sprayed by water and dance. Yeah, this is you're listening to a turtle dance. Yeah, so, like she's at the zoo and they have a...

...hose on her and she's dancing while she's being sprayed by water. And apparently this is what this Sipe of endangered turtle does. They actually they seek out rain and they do this rain dance. So people at the zoo sprayed these turtles with the water and they start dancing. It's very cute, it really is, and that got like a lot of likes. Viral, one viral. Yeah. Well, before we had we talked about dirty, deepdets in the impeachment. Anything else on and your guys's minds? Anything that you wanted to bring up and and clear the air with as far as the audience is concerned? But anything they should know? No, I think we're gonna get do it. Okay, Hmm, I think I let dude. Nothing you wanted to mention, nothing at all. Or Dog barfed three times today. Excellent, excellent. Okay, the bonds with x one, well, I said I with the you're a monster. I say excellent because you're being transparent with the audience and they really wanted to know that. They thought you were holding back. Okay, the dirty deeds and in depth. Look at this week's most important stories. The second impeachment of Donald Trump, the only president to be impeached twice. shocker. He should have impeached a lot more than that really, honestly, he should be impeached like every other week or something that he did. But yeah, it's a little background. In January trump was trying to overturn the two thousand and twenty United States President presidential election results and we covered that on this show. to He did a lot of different things like intimidating election officials, etc. Etc. And the more talk about they're probably another show. But then on January sixth he led an insurrection with his supporter storming the US capital, leaving five dead and a hundred and forty injured. So on the thirteen of January, the House of Representatives of the hundred and seven Teenth US Congress, they adopted an article of impeachment against trump of incitement of insurrection. That's like the most serious charge ever levied against a president. And will tell you what happened in that impeachment trial. He was acquitted with a vote, but what led to that? And that's what we're here to talk about here. So I guess, for for starters here, trump's trump. You know, he knew he was being impeached and he tried to secure some good lawyers to defend him, and the lawyers are dropping off left and right, weren't they? Like they use getting an argument or lead him to this. Yes, I think they were concerned about being paid. I think not, and they no joke. That was not a joke, by the way. I know, I know, I know, it's I know. He's not a jump paid. Yeah, they wanted to get paid and they also didn't want to continue with trump's fake lie. He was insisting that they did, saying that is all fraud, of hoax, anyone. Yeah, so he ended up settling on I don't know, these these just do fis lawyers really like just the worst lawyers? You could, if you like, I don't know, if you needed a hire a law layer in a pinch, say you, I don't know, you you got a Dui or something. You wouldn't even want to hire these layers, because I think that they are they're just like they're like the the worst lawyers you can find. Well, why do they agree to this? They were probably like they wanted to get their name out or something. Right, you think it was like publicity, because you have to assume that even like after, like after this, whatever small career they had left was shot. No Way, no ways, their career shot. Like, I agree, these guys are shitty. Watch. I did not watch it, but I will tell you that seventy million people who voted for trump, probably fifty million of them still like really support him, and the fact that they were his lawyers. They'll probably get so much business from this because people don't pay attention. I got trump shlayer that got him off the impasment yere. They're gonna give me of this DU are. My neighbors change me a pean on his tractor, but I got me a good lar. I Got David shown and Michael Van Dervene,...

Brooch casher. Those are his lawyers. Was it one of them the lawyer for Roger Stone? I believe one of them had been at some point and I think it was this Bruce Caster and and Bruce Castor was also he was also a the attorney general and Pennsylvania, HMM, and or a former prosecutor and Pennsylvania. And he declined to prosecute bill cosby. Okay, yeah, he declined to prosecute bill cosby. You can't go after America's Dad. Yeah, he wears such colorful sweaters. There's no way he's a rapist. No, and I like the Jello HM. Can't prosecute Jello. Day One of impeachment. Here we go. Here's what happened. Well, day one was pretty boring constitutional argument regarding whether or not it was actually legal to hold the impeachment trial against former president trump, which was completely irrelevant because he was actually impeached in the house while he was still in office. Right, right, and then it just took some time to actually have the the case go to the Senate. So this is just nonsense installing and more a Mitch McConnell obstruction. Right. Well, yeah, and the only reason it took time to go to the Senate was because Mitch McConnell made it take time to go to the Senate. Yes, wouldn't let them send it straight over to the Senate from the House because they were on recess and he refused to call the Senate back from recess, as classic Mitch McConnell. Right, yeah, he very well could have, Ann should have. So he sets up the obstacle himself and then he uses that obstacle as his defense. Yes, like it's just it's like just so frustrating, so frustrating. And so the opening remarks, so this is part of the opening remarks. They're saying, is it constitutional, is it not constitutional. Bruce Castor, that's trump's defense attorney. He came out and said, here's one of the things he said, quote. The American people just spoke and they just change administrations. Americans are smart enough to pick a new administration if they don't like the old one, and they just did. And that was one of his arguments. But that really has nothing to do with the case and his yes, which was also super funny because his client refuses to admit that he actually lost the yeah right, like if they wouldn't circles. See if you get here's a super cut from the recount of Bruce Castor, trump's defense attorney, and see if you can follow any logic in any of his arguments during day one. Here, here's it's here's what he said. Nebraska, you're going to hear, is quite a judicial thinking place. Oh, Nebraska's a quite judicial thinking place. What does that have to do with the insurrection on January six? That the US capital? I don't know, but you're gonna hear the Nebraska has a judicial thinking place. Pretty sure he said that twice. Nixon, Don'der were watching those. You have no idea. The the the guy in Georgia that they were trying to get to flip the elect the election is name was like? What was it like? Rad something right? Brad Roethlis Burger? No, that's that's a football players. Yeah, he's the quarterback from the steelers. That's only they might as well have brought him and he probably would have done a bad job. Burger. Yeah, yeah, that's goods Burger. He called him Brad Roflis Burger. The impeachment trial. Oh boy, back to Bruce Caster here. Here's more of his opening arguments, by the way. So we've learned so far. It is opening arguments that Nebraska is a will learn in a very it's a very letitious thinking place, I should sway. You're a vote to either convict or quit judicial thinking place. Nixon to Ford, for DA, Carter, Carter to Reagan, Bush, forty one to Clinton. That happens. I worked at it happened. That's an opening argument. But Bush to Clinton, Clinton to Bush, are whatever that you know because...

I work Bush. Yes, yeah, Bush to Clinton, Clinton to Bush, to Obama, to trump, to bide. And it happens, folks. Yeah, it happens. This building forty years ago. I got lost then and I wait the happily got it back that I got offt now for Da Carter, Carter to Reagan, Bush, forty one to Clinton. That happens. I worked in this building forty years ago. I got lost then and I still do. Okay, shit, what does that have to do with what is happening? So after all of that, like they at the end of day one, they concluded, yes, it is constitutional to go ahead and continue with this impeachment trial. Sent in votes fifty six to forty four constitutional to hear the case. Now, date two and three will solve into one here, say two at three. Yeah, House and peatment managers made their main argue, huments during day two that president trump knew what he was doing when he rolled up his supporters, MMM, and the house oral arguments all together. They used ten of their sixteen, a lot of hours. So Day to the house managers they covered everything that happened before January six. Day Two of their arguments was what happened on January six. If I'm following along, I didn't watch everything. Yeah, well, I know, I well, on the resort of yeah, I think so. I think sort of right for the most part. Yeah, and there's more to it than that, but yeah, yeah, I mean kind of slipped around a bit here and there, but yeah, okay. And here's a little bit of the House and picient managers opening arguments here or yeah, the opening yeah argument. They actually played some video footage of this and, as Katie said, the the whole thing was the main argument is to to prove that trump was ralling up his supporters on purpose. And here is that they believed that they were following his first they said that I was following my president. I thought I was following what we were called to do. President frump requested that we be in DC on the six yeah, so you what more do you need to so that's like a montage of video footage that the house impeach managers put together of trump supporters, as you heard saying, when they were there. Yeah, trump sent us. Then they had individual interviews with trump supporters afterwards saying that, yes, trump told us to be there on January six. Yeah, I mean they weren't like interviews that the managers did, but they were yea like news clips. Yeah, from the guy, from the ones that had been arrested. Yeah, so that was that's what happened on on day two, and three, there was more, obviously, but that's like the broad stock stroke of that. We now go today. Four, I think a very important note for that second day of the House impeachment managers argument is that fifteen Republican, Fifteen, give or take a few here and there, Republican senators most of the day. We're missing from their seats throughout the day. And what was reading a book, right, yeah, and Josh Holly was sitting up in the upper level of the Senate just reading a book. I'm glad you brought it up because, yeah, yeah, good, the Republicans. They weren't taking this seriously. They weren't giving a shit about any of this, and it's really that is important. I'm glad you brought that up, because there was a literal attack on the US capital that the president of the United States incited, and the people sitting in Congress, the same people that were in this trial, their lives were threatened and they weren't taking seriously holding Donald Trump accountable. Well, you here lawyers talk, yeah, and they clearly don't know what the hell they're talking about or like they can barely form like full sentences, and you're like, okay, like we get it now, like you know you're going to win. Yeah, I mean they could add anyone up there. They could have. It really...

...could have. They could have put our nine year old up there and one well, and the the the defense, trump's defense and the Republicans in the Senate, who are effectively jurors. We're having but closed door meetings during this whole process. Ted Crews. Lindsay Graham meeting with Leon say Graham. Day For we continue on. If you're not outraged yet, day for trump's defense team, you used three of sick, the only three of their sixteen. A lotted hours for their bullshit defense, and not even a full three. I think it was closer to two and a half. So they were not taking this serious. I mean, like the the argument against Donald Trump was so ironclad. It really was, according to different legal people who are who know about law and stuff that I've been reading and different articles are like yeah, there was, this is like a solid case, but the and the defense really needed to work really hard to try to have any sort of argument against it, but they pretty much gave up. They didn't care. They showed up to talk about even Nebraska. Yeah, they didn't try and try so then senators started to ask questions both sides. That happen on day four and then, but then, why did trump's defense? I will ask. There's no knowing. I guess they'll the why is because they're idiots. But then trump's defense during day for tried to say that the impatiment was UN was it was constitutional canceled culture. Constitutional canceled culture. I don't know if you knew about that's legal, legal term. Yeah, constitutional canceled culture. So if somebody tries to overthrow the government, you just like chalked it up to cancel culture when people get mad. I mean like cancel culture, like they tried to cancel is Cheney, or like cancel culture like the world tried to cancel Hitler after he overthrew Germany. Right, it was just canceled culture. That's what happened. That's why Hitler went down as canceled culture in Germany's that control. They don't understand why you cancel interactions. You don't. They don't cancel that. Yeah, yeah, right out. Or White Supremacist? What? What? Why? Those assholes? Yeah, can fool they. The defense also claimed that house and piecher managers were fabricating evidence in the trial. So that's also a fabricating evidence, even though we had like all this this video footage, surveillance video footage, clear as day. You have the insurrectionists, the the domestic terrorist, the trump terrorists going into the capital. We saw it all in life TV. They had all this security footage. We had footage that was shown of Mike Pence like narrowly escaping death and then the defense team was saying, Oh, you're making that up, that you was styl yeah, you have a lot of these like right wingers that are still claiming that it wasn't trump's base, it was ANTIFA was posing as trump space and it was antifa to blame for the January sixth attack on the capital. It wasn't trump, it was all AUNTIFA. Yeah, it was those liberals, Antifa, that wanted to go hang Nancy Pelosi. Wait, what does make any money? Yeah, I mean, and really, the end of the day, like all they really need is for Fox and and O way in to be able to just get those little sound bites of them saying that house impeachment managers fabricated evidence. Right, whether right true or not, all they need is just that sound bite. And here's a little bit of trump's defense. This is Michael Van Derven I think. In this clip he calls the impeachment trial constitutional, cancel culture and other things in this clip. In short, this unprecedented effort is not about Democrats opposing political violence. Is About Democrats trying to disqualify their political opposition. Excuse me, it's about the Democrats upholding democracy because somebody just unleashed a mob to go kill all of Congress, you fucked hard Democrats. It already like blatantly stated, like we're not worried about trump winning, we're worried about trump running in losing right. WHO said that? I forgot who said that. That was one of the big qualking Castro. Yeah, it is constitutional, cancel culture. That' such a stupid...

...it's just like. It's just like using these keywords that make the they make geop supporters and trump supporters get all rolled up. If you say cancel culture and then throw constitutional in there, they know what they're doing. Buzz words, buzz words. Yeah, thank you, buzzwords. I looking for history will will record this shameful effort as a deliberate attempt by the Democrat Party to smear oaks and over fire. Yeah, cancel you man, not just president trump, but the seventy five million Americans who voted for him. Yeah, that's what's happening. Because, let me tell you, I think the Democrats would be doing this exact same thing if Hillary Clinton got an angry mob to go try to overturn the government after trump won. Better now, I would agree. Yeah, like, fuck that, like it doesn't matter what party. And Republicans would have like wanted her in prison. They already wanted her in prison, but they would have like just crucified her, probably literally, yeah, locked her up. Yeah, I don't so. That was that was day for day four and a half. What happened? There's a news dump. There was four and a half. Day. Four and a half were but yeah, this is like a half. We're on Friday night here riding night. Okay, if we're to half. So Friday night the Kevin McCarthy phone call. Yeah, apparently Kevin McCarthy, House Minority leader, called trump during the insurrection and he told trump to call off his dogs and trump was like those are my people, those are Antifa, and Kevin McCarthy was like those are your people. From said was right. Now trump said well, Kevin, I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are. The McCarthy said, who the fuck do you think you're talking to? Yeah, yeah, exactly. And Kevin McCarthy told people about this conversation like right after it happened. So there was there was a statement made by somebody in the house named Jamie Herrera Butler, who I had never heard of until this impeachment trial. But yeah, and also day four and half, well, on day for the President's Defense Council has lied and said that trump never knew how much danger Mike Pence was in. But there was like this whole deal about phone call made to Tommy Tuberville and Publican from Alaska or Ay Alaska, Alabama. I always get those two, except Al Alabama, and I somehow, I somehow they accidentally called a different senator, Mike Lee, and Mike Lee got involved, but they meant to call Tommy Tuberville but they ended up talking to Tommy Tuberville. was like this whole dramatic, drawn out story. But they ended up talking to Tommy Tuberville and in the midst of the attack, before he told Tommy Tuberville told trump that they had just pulled Mike Pence off the Senate floor and the secret service whisked him away. And this was before trump sent out tweets demeaning Mike Pence. And then as soon as trump sent out those tweets demeaning Mike Pence was when the crowd started chanting hang Mike Pence, Mike Pence as a trader, Hay Mike Pens. I mean they had brought the Guillotine Forum all along, but that was when they actually started chanting Hay Mike Pens, and so his lawyers lied about that in, yeah, the questioning and answer part of the trial. The other scary part with Mike Pence is like he has nuclear codes, like he has a nuclear briefcase. Right, yeah, he's got football, so to say. Something happens and somebody's president, your second in line, like you like they carry that with the vice president. So, like, how close were we for these insurrectionists to get their hands on the nuclear football? Some chooseless,...

...asshole and animal. Alabama could have had the nuclear football. It was so close. Like the the house impeachment managers did like these little reenactions where they showed they had like a little like diagram of the floor of the of the building on the screen and there would be like a little red dot where the insurrectionists were and like a little blue dot wherever whoever else was that they were tracking was in. I mean they almost crossed paths. Yeah, I mean and and like not only that, what you just described to is more evidence that Donald trump was literally trying to have my pence, Nancy Pelosi, murdered. That way the line of secession would have been just completely thrown out of whack and we've we really would have been in a crisis in this in this country, and that he would have declared a national emergency, martial laws or of situation and remained in office. And that was his goal. That was his ultimate goal. Like, trump was literally willing to kill high ranking members of the government and an attempted to do so, and he's not facing fucking consequences so far. Yeah, agree, that was his ultimate goal. He was trying to take out the line of secession. It really is just so scary and and well, let's get onto the vote. So, knowing all that, all the evidence, you would think, yeah, he's the guy's guilty. He tried to overthrow the government day five the vote. So senators took the vote and well, I guess day five was whether or not to have witnesses. Right, I guess I'm skipping a hell little bit. Day Five. We how they probably started out okay that morning with a vote. You're right. Yeah, was combined one. Yeah, yeah, they couldn't add witnesses to their docket or anything before this vote. So the the statement from from Jamie her AER, Butler, that was not in their evidence prior to the Friday night and the what was the sum of this statement from Jamie Herr a butler, that wasn't part of the evidence and that they were voting whether or not to include this? What was it essentially just summon up real quick. Well, when they when they voted to add whether or not to add witnesses, they decided to vote against witnesses, but as long as trump's team would let them add recount of her her statement and basically she said when McCarthy finally reached the president on January sixth and asked him to publicly and forcefully call off the riot, the president initially repeated the falsehood that it was Antifa that had breached the capital. McCarthy refuted that and told the president that these were trump supporters. That's when, according to McCarthy, the president said, well, Kevin, I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are Yanks. So all right, not into evidence that morning. So that goes into evidence. They voted and then they voted. So then the Senate voted fifty seven, two hundred and forty three to convict trump of inciting the insurrection. And that was just short, and I just wort it was pretty short of the required two thirds required by the constitution. And then trump was quitted. But however, seven Publican senators joined Democrats and independence voting to convict trump, and that's the largest bipartisan vote for an impeachment conviction in US presidential history, although I'm not really like that impressed by this, by people saying, Oh, it was so bipartisan. Now, so this one wasn't a bipartisan issue. It's not about Republican and Democrat. It's about the constitution. And literally somebody tried to fucking overthrow the government and have members of the government murdered. That's really given the evidence that was like handed to them. I mean it was pretty damning and they they chose to side with Mitch mccon well, with their whole it wasn't constitutional to try, I'm in the first place. Yeah, that's what Mitch McConnell said. He said it the sub spineless these fucking idiot Republicans are. Mitch McConnell said that shortly before the vote, that he would have quit trump because of that constitutional thing. But he also said that the trump was, quote, practically and morally responsible for provoking the events that day. So, in other words, McConnell said yes,...

...the the the Democrats proved that he was guilty. However, I'm going to say that he's not guilty in my vote. What the fuck? Then? Lindsay crant Graham did the same thing. He voted to a quit trump, but he and actually he didn't even he didn't even like have that. Yeah, Alnsy just he's called right up trump's asked ever more, yeah, and and said that he's looking forward to campaigning with trump, with trump during the two thousand and twenty two election. Talked about going to golf with them in the next couple days. Get Out of trump's asshole. He's not the president anymore, yeah, but he is the head of the Republican Party. Trump is right? I don't know. I mean I've heard he is. I Have I've heard differing opinions on whether McConnell did this because trump's the head of the Republican Party or whether McConnell did this because it was a power grab for him and he's trying to like kind of steer the Republican Party out of it. And I mean he basically counted votes and he was going to lose power if he voted to a quit. So we'll also, I think it might even be remember like all the compromont that that that is on all these Republican senators, because they gotta be something. Trump has an enormous amount of power over these senators via Putin, and I think like that's something we can't forget as well. I think that might be really scared that things are going to come to light that might harm their political careers. And there it has to be really bad, though, because it Republicans can literally deny the Holocaust and remain an office of this point. So it has to be like really bad, like video footage of them doing horrible things. I mean, like what killed me? Those like these are positions that are supposed to be like lifelong careers. I know it's all fucked right. Like this is supposed to be like in and out, like you're supposed to be there for like a few years, maybe a decade Max, and then you're on with your life. Like this isn't supposed to be your fucking career, this is supposed to be just a short term job. Yeah, once I get a taste of that power, they're like they can't leave. How, spigger Nancy Pelosi did just announce that the congress is going to establish an independent and eleven styled commission to look into the insurrection. Also, Donald Trump, if this is almost this is like Mitch mcconnald's argument. He says that it's you know, since trump was out of office, you can impeach him. But that does leave, if you're following Mitch mcconald's logic, that does leave donald trump open to criminal charges in an investigation, and there are rumblings that that may be happening as well. I mean his defense team in their opening statements. That should be in the courts anyway. So bring into court, but just not one of the courts that Donald criminally charge him. If you're not do it, go ahead, do you? They really should do it. Yeah, okay, we'll be any final thoughts before we take our break here? Yeah, I think he should be criminally charged. Walk him up, him up. But I will say I kind of like after the acquittal, like we knew this was gonna happen, I kind of don't want to hear about trump anymore now he's gone, like just let him go hide in a hole. Yeah, Tually, yes, and yes and no. I want to see him be held responsible for some of this shit. I want investigations, like like real throw investigations, to happen and if they find some something where he can be charged, then do it. We'll find it. But I don't I don't want to hear about him anymore. I really just don't. I mean I want to go. Way I want to hear about him is if he's being held accountable in some way exactly. Otherwise, I'm done. I know I had this sinking feeling yesterday, like the thought cross my mind that like all these lawsuits come to fruition and he just gazed right through them all, like more like more lawsuits just gets right through him. Again. That's like, yeah, his track record to long. Yeah, he gets found guilty, but because as he was the president, they don't lock him up. Yeah, they like the sentencing will be very lenient. Yeah, like he just gets a little bit of house arrest, the little say, you have to do a PSA on Youtube. Yeah, I think that's why he took up residence at Mar logo, because house arrest is at a resort. Probably.

I really I the and it all makes me sick. Yeah, even just consider whereas like the average person gets thrown into jail for stealing a snickers from eleven, and that's more consequence of Donald Trump has ever seen in his life. Where they get shot. Yeah, we're yeah, get murdered. It's really yeah, like this country's fucked to do better. These problems continue on, though. These same problems continue on in America because we still haven't get better. We have aware of what's happening. Is the first step in making it better. Well, we right back, and it's the later side of its news to us. Next couple of dumb stories after all this. Just, you know, I think we need it. We right back, right up my alley. Okay, we're back. What I got, Turner Mike Off, what are you laughing at so much? They're I was. I was burping a lot during the break, but no, you're not. What's so funny? I was making Katy laugh a lot. Oh well, I still got it. It is time for all the lighter side of US news to allsome the lighter side of its news, to US news stories that won't make you want to jump off the Golden Gate Bridge. Oh maybe they will like this, this one that you had, Katie, you were saying during the break. You mentioned it. Go ahead, tell our wonderful audience what you were thinking. I just kept this update on my phone and it's the second news story I've gotten today that says. Sorry, Imo her story. Millennials, the laughing emoji isn't cool anymore, and that's like my go to Emoji. I time, really, because I read an article just a couple days ago that was that said that the laughing Emoji's what you do. You don't do lol anymore. Yeah, who the fucks us? This is backwards, like this is a backwards I literally read sling that said the other thing. So the saying that in the news article you're referencing Gen Z says that the laughing emoji is a millennials. So how did how do? How does Gen Z communicate that they're laughing via text? What do they do? WHOA the School Emoji? L Like, as in I'm dead, I'll dead block you. Every Mesa windings that do that are wait, I don't know. Man Like this kid, willied Mohammad told CNN business. I stopped using it a while back because I saw older people using it, like my mom. He's twenty one. What's wrong with the laughing Emoji? Somebody asked in a ticktock comment, and then another responded it's so off. Okay, as a fifteen year old, I say you should use that, because we sure aren't going to another one that says it's bland, a twenty one year old told CNN business. Okay, are we already do that? One told Kay's I use laughing. I use everything but the laughing Emoji. Quote and quote what. I have a suggestion. Yeah, instead of using the laughing Emoji, use the CACTUS Emoji. You're laughing. I will shit, will know those young kids. What's up? Show those jits ears. Yeah, WE'LL CACTE list. Yeah, like, come on, like you think like just because people who are slightly older than you. you start using the same stuff that you do in text that it's not well, and we're cool too. Are we at the age where we're bitching about the younger generation? Those damn hold blom let they started. Are we literally that a no, we're not. We're not, because they actually are picking on us. Yeah, you're righteous in here to my own under my own things started it. They did start. I'm just sitting here using the laughing Emoji and now I'm being cold. I'm not cool, so fuck you, and I'm going to use the egg plant and peach emoji's to say them laughing. That does mean anything, right. I think big really interesting from now on. Yeah, let's say your...

...favorite. Let's take the egg plant back. Yeah, what's your favorite Emoji to use? Eddie one you find, I mean you, you get the most joy out of using. I'm going to look at my text message right now, if let's all do this, open up you're like you're writing a text and then if you click on Emoji'll tell you your most frequently used. Yeah, I mean like literally minds, like literally the laughing emoji. Yeah, my most frequently uses laughing emoji. Then smile face and then thumbs up. Then the cursing Red Guy. I used him a lot. That's a good middle finger, and the Middle Finger in the Barth Guy. Right, yeah, but you know what I find? Wait, wait, and you get the same mind. I have thumbs up, laughing guy, the okay sign, a Unicorn An. I use your corn a lot. Clapping Ams. Yeah, I have the waving. How about you ready? What do you have? I just said it. I had. Yeah, listening I was a big adventure. Would you have? And I'm not doing it again. But also these Jen's ears say that lol is okay and Lmao, and you know we invented that, so fuck you. Yeah, I feel like lmao is not okay. That's so dumb. It sounds too much like yeah, I know it sounds like a boy beamed. It's just too long. Yeah, like I'm done laughing by the time I can fucking type that out, when I could just hit a laughing emoji. Yeah, I'm just gonna Start Typing out, rolling on the floor laughing. Literally, gotta type it all the way yeah, but it's type it all the way out correct. I'll just start auto entering it for you after a while. Yeah, exactly, you know. And if we're going to be contrarians, millennials all, stop abbreviating shit like that and just start typing it out laughing out loud. They Ah, Jens hears, yeah, because all I doing is being I am laughing out well, right now, all right it, I'm not gonna do wow, how do you guys feel about Momojis? What are those? As you guys made am Emoji? No, what is it? You can literally make an Emoji that looks like yourself. What? Yeah, yeah, and why would I want to do that? Exactly, so I can make all the emojis look like me, but in that like where I'm like thinking and I could take a I'm just figured so sad today. I can like do the Sofia, but like it's my face. No, like, you can do whatever you like. Watch, well, as they're doing that, I think that. I think that's the new IPHONE featricks. I don't think I have a yeah, actually is. It's on the iphone twelve, I believe. Yeah, I don't have that. Oh, yeah, that's the way of the future, though. Rub It in and then once emojis looks like actual people, then guess what, Jen z. You can't make fun of how people use an Emoji, because then you're being not a inclusive and you're being a jerk. So and you're making fun of somebody's physical appearance. If I want to use a laughing Emoji, but it's about own like it likeness. What are you gonna say then? Because also it personally. Can we all just stop using EMOJI's? They're like no worst thing of our society at this point. Yeah, exactly, news the lighter side of its news to us. You know, you guys know that. You guys don't make it a Fox, obviously right. Megan Fox the actress. Yeah, the hot who is at? That sounds from the WHO? Who? That? Who? Dad? Who is that? You know who? I don't. Oh my God, this is why I like hesitated to bring up any sort of celebrity type story. You don't know Megan Foxes. Kidding me, I know who Megan Foxes now her boyfriend, machine gun Kelly. You know he is right. Yeah, he's in a battle again versus Eminem from what I understand well, machine gun Kelly says that he wears Megan foxes blood around his neck and a necklace. Weird O. and yeah, mosquito and this story. So the story comes out and like people are talking about machine gun Kelly and Megan Fox in the blood vial. But people easily forget that the same thing happened with God. Was the named Billy, the guy who bad Santa? Oh, billy, Bob Thorne, really? But Angelina Jolie, yeah, they the same thing, remember. Yeah, I thought they were fucking weird at the time to natually like make out with her brother at one point...

...two. I'm sure she probably did. Yeah, that was a like a Hollywood rumor. Got normalish. But Machine Gun Kelly's wearing megan foxes blood in a vial around his neck. And then when I read this story and people are like it's gone viral, I'm like this already happened. Yeah, what's the big deal? I don't care. Now I think it is a big deal. Why I were talking about it. What if? What if? The Big fucking cares? Well, here's here's why. Because if you were to like come home tomorrow after work and tell Katie I would like to get a blood sample because, and she says why? He say I'm going to make a necklace, how would that conversation go? I'd run. Know you wouldn't. I'd say no, no, you weren't. Yeah, I would borrow. I would too. We're gonna try this tomorrow. You can always, like, prick her in her sleep. Yeah, she probably any ideas? I don't want to wear blood. That's fucking stupid. Boy's just show up one day with WHO cares? How is are we talking about? I don't care. I'm just trying to relate this to your life and how might work. So, like, what if you're to show up tomorrow? Okay, okay, Eddie, if I did, okay, we do care. Yes, I would. I'd be very worried about you if, if you like, took Katie's blood while she was sleeping and made a necklace out of it. Okay, okay, how about this? How about a stranger you've never met in your entire life did this to someone else and then you heard about it a couple days later? Would you care about that person? That argument is stupid, because we're all friends here in our listeners think of us as their friends too. So I'm saying some random person you don't even know, I'm I don't know. I don't know what, I don't know where you go you're never gonna meet these people. I'm gonna about these people talk about you like if you were to do this. The I brought up the topic because I'm saying, if you were to try to do this in your life, how it work out? I'm not going to because I'm not a fucking idiot, but if you were to, Oh my God, if we if I was going to incite an insurrection. Okay, you just thought. You don't understanding. When I'm getting out of here. Let's hit a break and we'll come back people again. Yeah, it's news to us. Don't go any be your blood, giving your blood. Just Peel, bother me, you're fucking blood. It's news to us on AW radio. Thanks for being with us this week and a happy President's Day to you, wet. Like a minute left here. I just real quick, guys, yes, I just you know, I'm sure if we could get machine gun Kelly on the show, he would want to wish Megan Fox App Valentine's Day. That's your yesterday, he president's Day. Yeah, you want to wish her happy president. I just want to do that by association that Megan Fox. If you're listening, Machine Gun Kelly does wish you a happy President Day. Thanks for wishing me a happy President's Day. Yeah, you know what about Katie? Katie, happy President's Day. Well, she won't give me your fucking blood. So all right, yeah, yeah, actually, if, yeah, you got to give up that blood, though. What are you doing? Why are you so stins you with your blood, Kat give me that tiger blood mine. I want that tiger blood. I mean, next time you're like you get a papercut, just called Jason and it will come over with a vial. I'm just gonna go rub it on his head. WHOA who, I don't want it on me. Machine and Kelly's listening right now and he's getting very turned on by this conversation. All right, what's his name? Our Army Arnie? Oh Yeah, our army hammers also listening and he's yeah, he's like salivating right now. Is that his real name? Army Hammer, Arnie, army? I think his real name is arm and but m. Yet it changed because it was arm and Hammer. What I'm so con Army Hammer, isn't it? It's not a brand or arm and Hammer. Yeah, thinking soda, right, okay, cleaning products. I'm not arm and Hammer, I'm army hammer and I like to eat human beings. Big Difference. Don't get confused. Boy, sweet at Armon Hammer and what they say. Armon Hammer, do you have a good recipe for human ribs? How do I keep those? Asking for a friend, Army Hummer, he asked you for a friend. Ever, that has to be a real sweetweet, folks. Let's tweet that, we write these, let's make that a viral tweet, and then I'm gonna Emoji with a laughing face. So fuck all of you. There we go. All right, by everybody. Appreciate it very much, Tim Apple. What get him off the Goddamn...

...show? What do you want? The INN instead? Not that anything, but I don't know. We gotta, we gotta find something. Yes, N see, cannot be trump. I can't think. Can't do it, please, I don't want to hear this fucking voice ever again. I'm just not classy. All right, we'll figure it out. How about this? How about cat? You just say we're class he's fuck. Yeah, there we go.

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