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Absurd Truth: Joyless Reid Strikes Again

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January 22, 2024 3:26 pm

Absurd Truth: Joyless Reid Strikes Again

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January 22, 2024 3:26 pm

Joy Reid and Moms For Liberty go at it over book bans. Meanwhile, Nikki Haley complains she experienced racism for not being black or white.

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It's his life mission to make bad decisions. It's time for Florida Man. Okay, so this is again Florida listener Amber. It's from Channel 8 News, WFLA. This one, this one's probably I'm just gonna say maybe we'll probably take the cake this week. A Polk County, hands over his license covered in meth during a traffic stop.

Yeah. A Lake Wales man turned a traffic stop into a drug arrest on Sunday. Robert Brush, 46, was pulled over for it by a deputy for a minor traffic infraction near Watkins Road around 6 p.m. Brush handed his driver's license to the deputy which was covered in a quote white powdery substance according to the PCSO who said the powder tested positive for methamphetamine. They said amazingly it's not the first time someone has handed over their license covered with an illegal substance.

A nearby Lake Hamilton canine was called to the area. The dog indicated there were drugs in the vehicle. Deputies searched the vehicle. They found a baggie underneath the driver's seat holding 14 grams of meth as well as a bag with two grams inside.

Brush was arrested and booked into the Polk County jail. So hands his license covered in meth. A basic traffic stop. They went to a Winn-Dixie and she had a damaged wheel well. She went to the liquor store, drunk, to buy more alcohol.

Pinellas County Sheriff's Office deputy arrived. She tried to pull out of her parking space. The deputy said she was so intoxicated that she couldn't even perform her sobriety test. And she was arrested, released on $500 bail. A week later, a second arrest occurs, or a week later, what is it, the, yeah, a week later, a second arrest occurs. She drove her car, her Hyundai, into a house.

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So I like, what in the world? A man impersonating an Orlando officer was arrested following a suspicious incident. They're gonna catch you, you know, it's gonna happen. Yeah, they arrested him Thursday, 49-year-old Mark Bosks. He flashed a fake police badge and tried to search somebody. The investigation is ongoing.

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Tell them Dana sent you. Well, who is the main character? What's the name of the main character in All Boys Are Blue? You're asking me right now. You just gave me very specific information about this book.

So you're presenting yourself as somebody expert. Who is the main character? The main character is the author. What's his name?

George, I believe is his first name. Because you're giving me very specific information. You're asking me to remember the name of an author. You just remembered very specifically. The name of the author doesn't, Joy. Here's my question.

You're talking about Strackman. You didn't answer my question. No, no, no. I'm going to answer your question. Great.

I would love to hear that. Absolutely. Well, I'm interviewing you and you're not interviewing me. So let's just make sure it's a conversation. Okay?

So what I'm saying to you is that as you are not an expert in this book. I don't have to be an expert. No, no, no. Hold on a second. One moment. One moment. One moment.

This book is a full context story. She's not wrong. So Joy, what's her face? Joy Reed.

That's one of the dumbest exchanges that I've ever seen. So Joy Reed's talking to what's her name? Joy Reed. What's her name? Justice.

The lady who founded Moms for Liberty. And she's like, well, because you're not an expert in this book. Wait a minute.

It features a phallus. And it's in public school and junior high kids can read this stuff? What? Why do you have to be an expert to be like, I really don't think that my, I don't know, seventh grader should be able to read a book about, well, I don't know, can I even say that word on air? Hey, Kane.

Kane, can I say, can I say that word? It's part of the news story. But we have some, I mean, I'll get every now and then I get complaints from some people who are like, I can't believe she said that word. And I and it's literally part of a news story.

Feel as though it's important, I think. Well, the the fake, the phallus in the book. Fake phallus. Thank you. Yeah. Good.

It's words. Come on. Welcome back to the show.

Daniel Ash here. Stop at this top of this third hour. You can listen coast to coast, you can watch the video component of the radio show as well.

And you can also stream it Channel 347, DirecTV, YouTube, Facebook, all kinds of discussion at YouTube. Yeah, it's, it's a fake, male copulatory organ. What she just said the Monster Liberty lady said, and I'm just trying to understand Joy Reed's entire discussion here. What is that? She said, Well, you because you're not an expert on the book. Wait, what? What is that? Wait, what's there?

What is there to be an expert about in the book? I'm curious because you shouldn't have to be an expert as as the woman said in the interview to just know that this is not good. That you can't have this.

Her name's Tiffany Justice. The book is All Boys Aren't Blue. It's banned in 29 schools. It's not even banned.

That's the other thing that's not even accurate. When I see reports that say it's banned. They didn't ban it. They didn't do what the left did to Huckleberry Finn. They didn't do what the left did to Dr. Seuss. The left said they are never allowed in the schools again. The parents simply said, Hey, we don't really think it's appropriate for our junior high kids, or any kids in public school to be able to just go up and check out a book about strap ons. How is that academic? I mean, how is how in the world is that academic?

If you're going to brothel Academy, maybe but I really don't think that that's what public schools are. I mean, that's and so she was talking to Joy Reid was talking to Tiffany Justice on this and she's, she's like, she's and I don't understand the simple jack hairs. Can I just pause? Can you please pull up a screenshot of simple jack from Tropic Thunder and enjoy Reid's haircut? What in the simple jack Hades is she doing to her head? Because that is a simple jack haircut.

She's appropriating simple Jack's hair. Especially look at that side. Look at that. I mean, I'm just saying it's true. And I'm not wrong.

And it's probably one of the most astute and accurate observations I've ever made about appearance, but it is. But she's talking Yeah, you'll throw that. She's talking to Tiffany Justice. And she was like, Well, you're not an expert on the book.

So how are you? She's like, how do why do I have to be an expert on this book? What does that even mean?

Anyway, an expert on what? You kids, school kids should not be reading about strap ons in a public school library, paid for by taxpayers as a form of academics. That's, that's all there is to it. I mean, I can't even read this. I cannot even read this book on air. And I think one of the worst things that's ever been committed to audio was Senator John Kennedy reading it on air during a Senate election.

During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, because it was awful. I mean, and he was reading it with his Yeah, put up the simple jack here, because that's Joey Reid's haircut. So she's questioning this. This Oh, my gosh, it's the same hair. It is literally the same haircut. I am so distracted by this. I can't even stay on topic. This is same haircut.

It's that simple jack hair. So she's doing this interview. And she's, you know, they're talking about this. Again, it's not banned. The parents simply said we cannot. We can't have kids reading this in schools.

We can't. It's just that this is not academic. It's not anything enjoy. But you're not an expert in it.

What should she be an expert in? Yeah, she's like, it's, well, and justice knew she's like, look, it's your they're, they're talking about this from the perspective of the author. It's first person. It's from the perspective of the author. And that's what, you know, that's, that's what they're, they're reading it. But for eats, I just, I just, it's just, it's insane.

This is insane. And then Reid was saying that, well, because justice knew that. Because justice during the interview had also brought up that the book is from the perspective of the author when the author was 13 years old. And apparently the author was raped and had to deal with a lot of sexual abuse. And then the joy read was like asking her. This was after the comment where she was saying, Well, you know, you're not an expert in the book.

She was like, Well, what proof do you have that our child was right? Oh, my gosh, what is are you an expert on this book? You're having a Q&A about it. And apparently, you don't even know what the content is. But you don't have to be that's a way for the left to just try to shut what is that to try to shut you up? You don't need to be an expert in sociology, psychology or anything else to know that common sense, a book like that, that's talking about the stuff that I would actually be fined. I would be fined for reading this on air, any passage of it.

And I would be. Why is that then in public schools? For a junior high kids story?

For kids story period? Why? Million dollar question. Are you an expert? Are you? Apparently not.

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I'm not gonna do that one. That was bad. This Democrat way Americans suffering at a rate rarely reached via Newsweek. The story is that the percentage of Americans estimated to be suffering was 4.3%.

In the fourth quarter of 23. According to Gallup, their National Health and Wellbeing Index, it's the fifth time in six quarters since the second quarter of 2022 that the number of Americans who evaluated their lives poorly topped at 4%. We've only reached that level since 08. They said that both levels exceed 23 and 22 exceed the levels of suffering measured during the Great Recession, according to Gallup.

So some people though, they say that they're thriving 52% 23, beating only the Great Recession era between 08 and 09. So I don't know who those people are. Who are they? Let's see this. Oh, this is Oh, shoot, I just ended up losing this. We talked about the Biden-Lunn forgiveness issue. You have to forgive me because my whole thing just shut down.

And then we got Steven Yates coming up. Hang on, let me pull this up. Sorry, I have a technical difficulty here. See, that's why I don't I don't like printing anything out.

But then I hate it when it's all digital. A killer carried a bag with a neighbor's cutout body after beating him to death. This is in the UK.

You know, where crime doesn't happen because guns, it's what we're told. This guy William Wilkinson, he 65 years old killed his victim before hiding the body parts in the days that followed. He was on CCTV walking his dog. And then police believe that he was battered with a wooden object repeatedly the victim, the guy dismembered him. And then he went and he he ended up getting tracked down. But he was walking around with literally like a garbage bag and a shopping bag and he was carrying carrying this guy cut up all and he's caught on CCTV all walking around. It's in Blackpool in Cumbria in Britain. He slept in his van had the bag there.

I'm just saying like, scent wise. How does that work? I don't know. An American Airlines plane slipped off a snowy Rochester runway shortly after landing. 53 passengers on the plane.

None of them were injured American Airlines said in a statement. They said it was pretty snowy. It landed in very snowy icy conditions too. It was at the Frederick Douglass Greater Rochester International Airport on Thursday. It was an Embraer E145 just completed a 250 mile journey from Philly. And as it was landing, it slipped off the taxiway due to the snowy conditions. Don't they have like heated?

Well, I guess not every airport does, but some do. Yeah, like you would just think that some of them yeah, would have that it's in a numb. That's kind of that's a little weird.

And this a couple of other things. I'm gonna go back. We have a high school student who saved a choking man at a Raising Cane's. That's a feel good story.

That's so nice. It was a Raising. It was a brand new Raising Cane's. And a teenager was there and ended up her and her friends were waiting for their chicken Thursday after school.

A diner was choking. She said my fight or flight kicked in. She took charge, gave him the Heimlich and saved his life. That's awesome.

Good on her. And then there was this audio soundbite five. This is an interview.

What was this is an interview Nikki Haley was giving and it aired last yesterday evening. And I saw Okay, first up, I saw this clip circulating and I had to actually go out and make sure this was real. Because I thought somebody is clowning. I legit thought somebody was clowning around. No, take a listen.

If you want to know what it was like growing up, I was disqualified from a beauty pageant because I wasn't white or black, because they didn't know where to put me. So look, I know what the hardships, the pain, we stop with the identity pop. First off, nobody believes you. Nobody. I don't believe this. Don't literally nobody believes you. Yeah, nobody believes you. I mean, that's just didn't happen.

It didn't happen. That's number one. Number two, can we stop with the identity project? It's always the the identity politics with her just because you you claim your say that you're on the right doesn't mean that it's more virtuous when you use the same tactics that the left uses. If you're using the same disingenuous stuff that they're using, just because you think that you differ from them on some policy issues. That doesn't make it more virtuous. There.

It's still crummy. Okay, stop doing this. What is this with her? It's always with the identity politics. I'm a woman. I was there was a brighter black. I've seen pictures of her when she was in high school. And I went to school. I had some I mean, some of the girls that I went to school with, who are Hispanic, were I mean, she's whiter than they are.

I just the same. It just that seemed weird. I've never when she wasn't born in the 1800s. Come on, nobody believes you. That's so dumb. When did that even come up? Why?

What in the juicy smallie of hell is that? What? When did that even? Why did that even come up? No one. Nikki Haley, I was kicked out of a beauty pageant because I was in white or black. I just realized we missed a great opportunity to play that Michael Jackson song black or white.

And then instead of coming in with Trump coming in with Haley, you know, hindsight, but I just realized, haha, thinking. Do you believe her? pain? No, I don't. No, I don't believe her.

Because I also I'm her age. I grew up in that era. Nobody cared about color. When you were they cared less about it, then then they do.

Yes, even less than even though people think the history of the of the United States is so racist. In reality in the 80s. That is not how it was.

Sorry. Yeah, nobody cared. Nobody, nobody. That's one thing. I just remember growing up as a kid, nobody cared. And now everybody does.

And then if you act like you and then you're supposed to act like you don't care, but you're supposed to care and demonstrate that you care because if you act like you don't care, then you could also be a bigot. I don't know. You know what I mean? It's like everything's weird.

It's just however it can be weaponized to most to the advantage of your opposition. So I did I looked online was like, what? Nobody believes this. If you look if you pull up my bookmark. When you look at Nikki Haley, you can like she or like you can actually find her high school photos and stuff.

It pops up. She, I don't get it. Like I did. I don't get it. Did she?

What does it even mean? She just she looks like every other teenager. She looks like every other teenager. She legit looks like every other teenager. She doesn't.

I don't know. It just is. It's just so bizarre to me, like all her pictures that she's in high school. She has the giant onion blossom bangs. I mean, she did everything else that everybody else did. She has the giant 80s hair as all of it. You know, the onion blossom bangs. So I was coming up in school, right? Sadly, right when that was going out of school. And I say sadly, because I could have rocked it better than anyone. I have the thickest, coarsest hair on God's green.

Well, for for a person like me on God's green earth. I have crazy thick hair. It's insane.

And my youngest son has had has received my hair in the genetics lottery. And it's basically like human turf. It's Astro turf on his head.

It's so thick, could wipe your boots on it. But the whole trend of doing that I could have made my hair get so big. Remember how the the women did? I only got my mom had what they called hair cobras or what I call hair cobras. It's like when the hair hoods out around the ear.

You know that cane? Like they would tease it and then it would kids to my kids are like, what I have to show them pictures. I remember looking at my mom's yearbook and thinking who does a beehive? What in the what in the boomer world is that? And now, Jen Z is looking at, you know, Jen X and photos and going, What is this?

What is this? So right when I was going into high school was when the Kate Moss era kicked off, and everyone was supposed to have flat stringy straight hair. And I was I was heartbroken because I had the hair that could have been amazing, like just giant, you know, but that's what the women did. They did the giant, it looked like a Christmas bow on the top front of their head, the bangs, and then they would tease it up like a helmet. And then they would do the I'm gonna see if I can find it.

They do the the things around the ears, the the cones around the ears, almost like a satellite dish around the ears. It was pretty impressive. I mean, here, I got to drop this in slack so the guys can get an idea of what we're talking about because this is pretty classic. There was the hair crimping and all of that stuff. But most everybody did the hairstyle that I just dropped in slack that that wands gonna show up on the simulcast.

Kane's dying right now. But you know, Kane, you're like, that's that was the hairstyle. That's high school for me. The onion blossom bangs, hair with the hoods with the hoods, right? Onion blossom bangs, hair with the hoods. That's exactly that's exactly it.

So it was almost like a satellite I don't God, I don't know who this lover I don't know who this sweet girl is. But this was this was what I'm talking about onion blossom bangs. And you would hood out your hair around the ears. She had that kind of hairstyle too. She did all this stuff. She looked like Nikki Haley look like every other American teenager.

I haven't found a crimped photo of her hair. But you know, but everybody did that. That's what everybody did. That was the thing. And you can see in the photo. This is a yearbook photo that one showing on the simulcast. She's got the onion blossom bangs, hair with the hood. I mean, she's got the whole thing. Just like every other American teenager. She's got the 80s Cosby isk dress, where there's like some sort of graphic or some artistic thing. And then the belt, you know, she'll click every other American teenager.

Every other one a little fancier even. What is this law had to go on because I know you gosh, the hair days where people sprayed their hair so stiff, that it would take her cane strength wins to mess your hair up. I don't know what it was. But like teenagers in the 80s. I was a 90s team, teenagers in the 80s.

I don't know what problems y'all had with the wind, but you declared war on the wind with the windbreakers and then all of the hairspray. And I remember watching my cousins get ready to go out like they would go to they'd go out to like football games, and I'd watch them do their hair and they would take their bangs. And they would do they'd hold them back. And then they would do one roll where they curled it under then they did another roll, curl it under and you probably needed to get five or six to really tease it up and then spray it and make it really big. And my family members, their hair was so big in their yearbook photos that the yearbook photo actually cropped their hair out of the frame.

It wouldn't even their whole head wouldn't even fit in the frame. It was that insane. Now Lorraine says that she's younger than Nikki Haley. And she says Nikki's only 52. She's like no one cared.

About color and she says some of my best friends were from Nepal and she's on the East Coast. I mean, nobody. I mean, it's just weird.

Why do you lie about this stuff? Who's who's going to be moved by that? Who's going to sit here and go you know what I didn't like Nikki's neo con foreign policy where she wants to send all our money to Ukraine and start wars everywhere.

But she said that she was kicked out of a beauty pageant because she wasn't black or white. I'm going to vote for her. Ready? Make sure to hit that subscribe button on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
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