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Absurd Truth: Biden Missed A History Class

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June 12, 2024 3:29 pm

Absurd Truth: Biden Missed A History Class

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June 12, 2024 3:29 pm

Dana reacts to Biden’s anti-gun speech to Everytown for Gun Safety and takes offense to a specific line Biden said about a tyrannical government. Meanwhile, Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson spent $40,000 on makeup.

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I just feel like if you're going to trot out a founding fathers quote in your big o anti gun speech, then maybe you should get it right. I don't know just a little thought, a little bit of a thought. That was from yesterday and holy cow, guys. First off, welcome to the program.

Dana lash with you. We are at the top of this first hour. And I mean, it was it's pretty wild to see. Yesterday his speech we've heard it all before.

With this stuff. I mean, we've heard it all before with Biden. And I noticed the bots were really mad by the way yesterday with with some of this. I don't know if you saw that I had a ton of bots that were super all like brand new created accounts that were all like pushing Joe Biden speech, which I thought was real weird. So we're covering some of that today.

And also he's on his way to embarrass us at g7. I'm positive. So Dana lash with you. Listen coast to coast, you can stream the radio program as well.

The simulcast, which is the visual component channel 347, direct TV, and we have a chat on rumble all kinds of good stuff. So the speech that he gave yesterday, not to diminish any threats contained there in but it's it's stuff that we've heard before. And his quote was real weird.

I mean, I mean, it is incredibly weird. He completely got it wrong. This the quote and then he also was saying that you can't own a tank which you can.

I mean, you you can own a tank. We've been over this before, too. I also felt like do we have the I'm pulling this up here. Do we have the the soundbite where he was saying that you I mean, you don't have a jet either, which I thought was a really it was another really weird audio soundbite from him. Because he said he said this kind of before what which almost sounds like he's the government's threatening to mark you.

And he had said that he's talking about jets. And he said that, well, you know, audio somebody to his he mentioned apparently that we at 15 are constitutionally protected. Listen, by the way, if they want to think to take on government, if we get out of line, which they're talking again about, guess what they need at 15.

They don't need a rifle. Now see, so a couple of things here, we're gonna get to the 15 thing in a moment. Everybody kind of skipped over the first part of his sentence.

Can you play that one more time? Just listen to the first part of his sentence. Listen, just the first part. By the way, if they want to think to take on government, if we get out of line, which they're talking again about, see if they want to, if they think they want to take on government, if we get out of line, which is what they're talking about. So let's before we get to the 15 part, let's stop there, because everybody kind of ran, ran right over that.

First off, that part was incredibly, that concerning. There's an unpopular, well, not unpopular, I don't even know why it's controversial, considering the way this country was founded. We have a bunch of pseudo badasses in the United States, that think that they're so tough, but they don't realize the purpose of the Second Amendment. It doesn't have anything to do with you defending yourself against a rapist coming into your home. I mean, yeah, you can defend yourself.

It covers that. But do you realize the real reason, the real reason that we have it? The real impetus for creating that with the founders?

Let's, let's go back in time. Let's go back to the revolution, which predates the war of independence, which predates the war of independence. The revolution was the Stamp Act, it was everything else. It was a bunch of fed up colonists who had exorbitant taxation, similar to what we have now placed up on their shoulders, and all their monies were sent over to England, and the king over there. And we had no representation in matters that were designed to govern our everyday lives.

We had we had no representation at all. And when we entered into the war of independence, and we fought a bloody battle for our independence from the crown, we came from years of quartering soldiers. We came from years of redcoats in the streets.

We came from years of living under threat of penalty, enforcements carried out by military. That's what we lived in threat of and our founders were very, very purposeful in terms of the war of independence. And in terms of how they shaped our founding documents, how they based it on a republic, not a direct democracy.

They didn't incorporate any, we had parliamentary measures, and we had democratic processes that were in used in the republic. They were so smart in how they created this government. And they were such students of, of the Roman governments and of the Greeks and everything else.

And they were so smart, and they took the best things from some of the best things, and they used it to make the best thing. And so they were coming into the creation of a new sovereign entity that was to be by the people for the people. And you can't have an entity that's by the people and for the people if it's an entity that has a military ruling class. And they wanted to get away from that. They didn't want a monarchy. They didn't want a monarchist republic, or having a monarch in a parliament. They didn't want any of that. They wanted a republic in which the people represented themselves, and that they had to be virtuous and educated, which we're losing both of those. They had to be virtuous and educated so that the common man could represent himself and that there was no aristocracy.

And there was no, there wasn't anything like that. Everyone was capable of doing the job. And that everyone, and it was a service, not just to one's own family, but to one's neighbor. And when they created this, and they incorporated the Second Amendment going through the history, and I've written some books on this, so I'm pretty, pretty well versed in the history.

Again, they did not want to fear the people that had the guns, they wanted to have guns, they wanted to be able to protect themselves from anyone who tried to force tyranny upon them again. That's why George Mason said, when they were debating this, and when he was writing letters back and forth, he had remarked that the militia is the whole of the people, every American man and woman. There is no separate, and everybody is part of that. Everyone has, as a responsibility, the cause of freedom. It's not just for some. It's not to be outsourced.

It is all it is a shared responsibility and privilege. That's how it was viewed. They did not ever want to live under the tyranny of redcoats and a crown that didn't represent them, but was happy to take their money. So when you look at the history of this, and for the people who say, well, they said, well regulated militia, look back at the parlance of the time, you absolute illiterates, I get really upset at the illiteracy rate of this country. Well regulated meant you could keep yourself well, actually was a phrase and a friend of mine pointed this out. I mean, I was a fan of Jane Austen.

Of course, every girl was back in college. There's a phrase she used like repeatedly. That was a popular phrase to use almost cliche. Oh, well regulated, meaning they were able to take care of themselves. Talking about a well regulated militia, you're talking about every man and woman who is capable not only of shooting, not only of carrying their firearm, but servicing it, cleaning it as well.

That's what was meant at the time. And of course, anyone who ever paid attention to anything that the fact that the founders ever wrote to themselves, or to each other, the debates, or paid attention to the Federalist Papers at all whatsoever, this doesn't need to explain it to you because you're educated. So, when he says that they want to think they if they want to think to take on the government, if we get it out of line, that's the entire purpose of the Second Amendment is to take on the government if you get out of line.

Self-defense is covered. But the government is never to think that they have more power than the people because the government's power is derived from the consent of the people. And that is manifest by way of a vote. And people who ignore this are often tyrants. So he has no concept of how America works. I've met people who have immigrated into this country who have more of a knowledge and an appreciation for America than people like Joe Biden who were born here.

That tells you. So that's what the purpose of the Second Amendment is. It scares the hell out of the left when you mention this, because they don't like to be reminded that there are limitations to their tyrannical goals. It can only go so far that people have rights.

The people are required. That's why Thomas Jefferson said what he said. But he said it wasn't just the blood of tyrants, it's the blood of patriots, because there's a cost to it. And it's a cost that should only be paid when there is no other option.

And the people who've never felt such heat and have never been around anyone who's even paid such a cost, they're always the most eager to Leroy Jenkins right the hell into it. But then Biden in that same sentence in this soundbite. Go ahead and play it again, because this soundbite was just amazing to me.

Go ahead so we can hear the full sentence now. By the way, if they want to think to take on government if we get out of line, which they're talking again about, guess what they need F-15s they don't need a rifle. So maybe it's just me but I immediately interpreted that as Oh, so F-15s are also constitutionally protected. Great. I'm going to go and build a garage now to house my giant F-15. I mean, you know, I'll now just it but if anyone gives me problems can it identifies as a drone? That's right. I was gonna go to the F-35.

I don't know if that program so great for the United States, but I think that's a vertical takeoff. Oh, that's actually a really good point. You know what I mean? Yeah, you don't need all of that.

Yeah, you don't need all the the the all that Yeah, that's a very good point. Now making a note. It's just a drone. That's making a note. So when I my second thought after I saw that was laughs in Viet Cong.

Or laughs in Mujahideen. I mean, you go back to this was in the 80s. So I wasn't you know, historically, I can go back and read about what ultimately became the Taliban members of some of the northern Afghanistan fighters that ended up becoming the Taliban. They what did they just have cane? Well, they had some they had some rockets and some other incendiary devices, but what do they have? Just guns, rifles. Yeah, that's how they do it.

Viet Cong had what? Oh, yeah, that's all they had to guns. Yeah. It's all you need.

That's really all you need. And then my third thought was, wait, so you're saying that rifles aren't enough to take over the government. So what is your big opposition to rifles?

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They said no, even if you had any, if you've undergone any part of male puberty, you absolutely cannot compete as a woman. So, so he's out. I don't know if you can appeal or what a tooth. Okay, this is how poltergeist happened. poltergeist This is what happened.

Spoiler alert. It's a Tucson homeowner did not know his house was built on a cemetery until he found bones. How in the world Moses Thompson bought his home in 2006. And he said that we'd only been in the house for a month and a sinkhole opened up in front of the house. He thought it was a sewer line break. And when he was digging, he found the soil was dry, and then he found brass decorations.

And then he hit some boards. And then he reached in and pulled out a handful of bones. And the local archaeologist said, quote, you 100% hit a human grave. Your house was built over the court street cemetery. Oh, my gosh, I you can sue over that right and like get your money back.

Who would want to? Oh, my gosh, if it wasn't disclosed in the contract. Yeah.

Because like if people kick the buck in your house, then you have to tell them. Yeah, I think you got to disclose that a BBC BBC news presenter suffered an acute auto meltdown before he signed off before signing off his Ron Burgundy. Oh, man, this was it was in Britain, the new the BBC news host Miriam Moshiri struggled live on air to present the news. Her autocue went into meltdown. She had to sign off on a Ron Burgundy.

They were struggling. She said, I mean, at some of the point, she goes, we're going to be dipping in and out of the conference today. And then she said that. She goes, Am I talking about myself here? No, over the what? She said door mice, hazel door mice.

And they had a story that messed up about the decline of a mouse population. I don't know. She just lost it. It was kind of funny. Let's see.

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Say no to rotting flesh and bone. Oh, my gosh. All right. Coming up, Biden's on his he's in Italy for the G7. Um, who here is super excited about his performance?

Nobody? We're gonna talk about that. Come on up. Stick with us. You guys, I need to share this story with you. You're not gonna believe this headline.

You ready for it? What's up with Chicago's mayors? First off, let me ask that. Because remember the last lady?

Why are you laughing? We're not gonna get through this segment, are we? We do remember that last lady. Was her? Yeah. She, um, she was Lori Lightfoot. Yeah, but you remember? She went to a salon when everything was locked down and she came back out looking the same. She's like, I got it. I got standards I got to maintain on the face of the city.

So you have Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson. Guys, he spent $30,000 on personal grooming in one year on makeup. He spent $30,000 on makeup. I as a girl who is on television five days a week, and I do my own hair and makeup. I don't even spend $30,000 a year.

I don't spend anywhere near $30,000 a year on hair and makeup. What is he doing? He's a man.

Have you seen him? How is he spending $30,000 on hair and makeup a year? So he, my first thought was he had to hire a makeup artist, like a full time makeup artist. So he spent, oh my gosh, he spent $4,000 on hair appointments at a beauty salon.

A man. Can I say something? I don't really know if I feel like dudes should be going to anything but a barber shop. You know what I'm saying?

I'm a little old school. Like I don't want to be at my ladies salon and look over and see you a man. I just don't. I'm not being ignorant. I'm really sexist about this stuff. I am admittedly sexist. I just like I think men control the yard and the thermostat and the car stuff. And women control like the foodstuffs and the interior, right?

And the family schedule. That's the that's how this works, right? That's how this all works.

That's what I'm saying. Like I never put gas in my own car. I have not put gas in my own car.

I don't even know. I mean, I know how to do it. I just choose to not.

I just don't do it. Like I will not even if I and my kids will die. If I'm out because I'm the only girl in my family, I won't even open my own door.

I will stand in front of it and stare at it like a helpless Jedi trying to use a mind trick. And I will wait for a male in my party to open the door. Not because I'm helpless, because I'm not touching the door. I don't I am sexist. I freely admit it.

I freely admit it, right? Just like if I walk past the thermostat and I feel like it's cold. I'll turn and look at my husband.

I'll go, what's the temperature? I ask him what the temperature is instead of just kink. See, that's the give and take, right? I don't have to put gas in my car.

That's that's the give and take. Anyway, I don't want to be in a salon and looking over and seeing you a man in the salon, right? Is it weird? Like you wouldn't want to be at the barbershop and look over and see a woman, right? I feel like the barbershops where the men go.

Is that sexist? I don't care. Anyway, he spent for that.

Oh, my gosh. Four thousand dollars going to the salon. He hardly has hair. We're in a world where we wouldn't expect to see men in women's bathrooms, let alone.

Well, true. Lady salons. Lady salons. I don't think you got to say lady salon. I think that's redundant. It's salon and barbershop.

That's it. So he hired this lady. Her name's Denise Malloy. And she runs like a makeup. I guess she does makeup. She does a makeup company. Let's see. Oh, Malloy's Makeup Magic.

It made JIC. All right. And the payments are listed under candidate makeup for TV, makeup retainer, candidate makeup, candidate makeup for debate. And then apparently he after he was elected, he has tons of payments to make up magic that fall under like a very general catchall campaign expense description. Right. And he apparently used financial contributions from his supporters to foot the bill.

Can you think about this? Imagine that you donated to this man's campaign and you found out that your donation went to a foundation for a man. I'm just saying he spent that much money.

I just can't. I thought I was donating to a foundation. You mean I was buying foundation?

Yeah. And then so some of his some of his supporters are going, well, his expenditures are supporting black and woman owned businesses. Forty thousand dollars. Y'all, that's insane for a man to spend on makeup. It's insane to say that a man has spent money on makeup.

I mean, I get for TV, they they they touch up and they do that stuff, although can I just say sidebar real quick? So when I was a CNN, I was the token conservative back in the day when I was like the only conservative there besides Ari Fleischer. And we did it was in it was a debate, something debate was like a Republican primary, something that CNN was hosting. And Herman Cain was there. And they were going to put a bunch of makeup on Herman Cain because apparently, like he was super shiny or something. And he just stopped and looked at them. And as they reached over to him, his head leaned away as they were.

And I was in the makeup room when this was happening. He was like, nope. And then they finally were like, oh, Mr. Cain, you know, can we. And he did relent, but it was hysterical. He walked in there was like, yeah, I don't think you're going to be doing that. He's like, I'm not doing a commercial. Well, you are on television. And, you know, it just it was a riot. But this guy, the mayor of Chicago, forty thousand dollars to tell you what. Thanks for tuning in to today's edition of Dana Lash's Absurd Truth podcast. If you haven't already, make sure to hit that subscribe button on Apple podcast, Spotify or wherever you get your podcast.
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