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Ask Charlie Anything 158: Why Observe Shabbat? Is Vivek Trustworthy? Low Class Mugshots?

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August 28, 2023 5:00 am

Ask Charlie Anything 158: Why Observe Shabbat? Is Vivek Trustworthy? Low Class Mugshots?

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August 28, 2023 5:00 am

Charlies takes the questions you email him at Freedom@CharlieKirk.com including:

 

-Why does Charlie observe shabbat on Saturday despite not being Jewish?

-Is Vivek Ramaswamy trustworthy given his rapid rise to prominence?

-Is plastering Donald Trump's mug shot on the wall "low class?"

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Did we catch something in the RNC rules? We review it in real time. We talk about why I honor the Shabbat. I think you'll love it at the end of the episode. It could bless your life. Consider it. Maybe it's for you.

Maybe not. Also, Vivek, for what role? Here's a role I think Vivek should take immediately. I think you'll love it. Email us freedom at CharlieKirk.com and subscribe to our podcast. Get involved with Turning Point USA at TPUSA.com. That is TPUSA.com. Start a high school chapter today. Start a college chapter today. All of that at TPUSA.com.

That is TPUSA.com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here.

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Let's get here. Charlie, I really liked what Vivek was saying on Wednesday night, but I've seen a lot of Republicans talk a good game, then fail me in Washington. Vivek has come out of nowhere, and suddenly the most popular non-Trump Republican. Can he be trusted?

John in Toledo, Ohio. I've not known Vivek for a very long time, but here's what I could say. Vivek does not act like most politicians. He texts back immediately. He'll take phone calls. He'll receive coaching. He enjoys being pushed intellectually on issues. When I feel that he was incomplete on some recent issues that he spoke about, he would talk to me for 20 or 30 minutes. I can't. Only Donald Trump would be willing to do that.

Ron DeSantis, Tim Scott, Mike Pence, they all know better than you, right? So for that, I think it's really helpful. I haven't known Vivek for a long time, so I can't vouch for that, but I've never had a negative experience with him. He speaks at our turning point stuff. He shows up. He does the work. And so I have to say that means a lot to me. For me, if you show up at our events and you do the work, you go up in my estimation. This is what really bothered me about Ron DeSantis.

Ron DeSantis did not show up to the Turning Point Action Conference. And also, I will be very honest with you. I have a soft spot for entrepreneurs. That's why I like Donald Trump, and that's why I like Vivek. Creating value in the marketplace is very hard.

Running for political office is nowhere nearly as hard as creating a multi-billion dollar business. And so I have questions for questions for Vivek, and I had a phone call with him this morning about something, and he's willing to communicate. He's willing to talk. He's always given a fair hearing on the show.

So that's what I'll say about that. People say, you know, Charlie, you know, where does he stand on this stuff? You're gonna have to ask him that, but he works his tail off. He travels. He travels the country. He does a ton of interviews. Somebody says here on the rumble chat, Charlie, Vivek says the right things because he knows what will make him popular. Okay, well, that actually doesn't bother me that much.

I know that sounds strange. I would rather have somebody say the right things, understanding that's how you win political support, than say the stupid things arrogantly and smugly towards the base. Listen to the base.

Listen to the base. And so I'm not an apologist for Vivek. I do consider him a friend. I think he deserves an honest look. Every candidate should have to experience tough questions, but I'm biased when somebody does carve time to come on our podcast and come to our Turning Point events. That means a lot to me.

It does. Somebody's asked me, Charlie, do you think he should be Donald Trump's vice president? No, I think he should be Donald Trump's chief of staff.

That is a much different role. We need a talented, high IQ, hard-driving, mission-oriented, MAGA chief of staff. Vivek Ramaswamy has built massive businesses. He has dealt with the highest levels of business, finance, government. If we want to slay the administrative state and one day Vivek wants to be president, Vivek would have a much better political future if he could prove that he went and became chief of staff for a couple of years and disassembled the administrative state, the shadow government. That would be a phenomenal role for Vivek Ramaswamy. And look, having visited the White House over a hundred times and kind of seeing how the flow of things happen there and the energy and the pace, Vivek has cut out for that. Not everybody that was in the running or even had the job as chief of staff was in the running. Mark Meadows did a great job.

He really did. He had a tough time and a tough there, but a lot of the people, they're not exactly high functioning. I don't want to say they're dumb. It's just, it's typical DC culture.

Like let's go get a beer. Vivek comes from a business background, entrepreneurial startup, venture capital, private equity, high pressure, high expectations, where you're used to working 19, 20 hours a day. I come from that world. That's how we built Turning Point USA. Not that I came from that world, but that's the culture we have here. That's why I have to force myself to honor the Sabbath or else I would just work all day and I would drive myself into a hole.

It's a, let's just say, a focus on preservation. Also, God gives us the gift of the Sabbath. So anyway, I think that'd be a great role for Vivek. You would give, Vivek is so smart. I think we all are great that Vivek is smart. And by the way, if you don't trust Vivek, chief of staff is a role that you could fire immediately, right?

VP, you can't. So I think it's great. You say, here are the 10 things I want to get done. And if he wants to be president one day, he could say, I was the chief of staff for Donald Trump, and we disassembled the FBI, and we fired 300 bad agents.

And I mean, all this stuff, you know, we closed down the Department of Education. He thinks clearly about this stuff. And I could see this. I could say this as somebody who, again, has seen the inner kind of flow of government, you know, having spent time in the White House. It's a very hard job. It's a very, very difficult job to be chief of staff to the President of the United States, especially when it's not just COAST. You have to have good people skills. You have to read people really well. You have to handle the media because you still have to go in front of the media. You have to run the entire thing. By the way, a lot of the power of the government goes through OMB.

This is a really interesting thing. The Office of Management and Budget. You see, OMB usually just, people think it's just the budget. The management part actually is where people overlook. It's really more management than it is budget. The OMB is the offensive coordinator of the federal government, and the OMB reports directly to the chief of staff. And so what Vivek would be able to do is he would be able to have a group of very loyal people at OMB, and he'd be able to call shots, and Donald Trump would then be able to be the actual CEO, the actual CEO of the country.

And because Vivek Ramaswamy has run for political office, he does have publicly stated positions. If you want to design a government to slay the administrative state, which I think is the number one issue, right? The crusade against the fourth branch of government, that is now my number one issue. People say, Charlie, what is your number one issue? The number one issue for me is fourth branch of government.

That's number one, okay? If you want to design a, by the way, this is how businesses work. You understand in economics, economics properly understood is that everybody has incentives. Everybody has motivations. So if, obviously, Vivek wants to be president, either today or tomorrow or in 10 years from now, he wouldn't be running if he didn't want to be president. So you take somebody's ambition, and you use the ambition for your purpose and the purpose of the country. And you say, okay, Vivek, you have ambition to be president, what a great opportunity for you to run the entire federal government, which would be the most amazing, the most incredible and amazing campaign accomplishment that you could say later on.

So that's my answer to that. Somebody says here, Charlie, stop with the Vivek drum beating. He's a weft plant and not to be trusted. So you have to be honest, right? So Vivek sued the World Economic Forum for slander because they put him on the website and they took him down saying, you're right, we never had anything to do with you.

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Say in the rumble chat or email me freedom at charliekirk.com. It's defiance. It's taking their symbols and owning them and giving them a middle finger and saying we are not going to suffer. We're not going to be angry. We're not going to be bitter. Bitter is a better word. We are angry because you tell us to. It's inverting it.

It's using their energy against them. I'm going to get more information on the RNC rules. In the meantime, somebody says, in the rumble chat, Charlie, are they really going to lock down the country again?

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Lots of questions on this. Okay, so Asa Hutchinson, by all public accounts, lost the debate. He was the worst.

He was like a waste of time, shouldn't have been on stage. But he said something that came to me literally right before I went to bed. Am I remembering this correctly? Like literally, you know, you're about to go to bed, you're about to go to bed and then boom, you kind of like, it's like as if the plane is like and you just take off again. I was wide awake.

I was wide awake. Hold on a second. Did Asa really say that? And right now we are going, we have the RNC rules package in front of us.

So let's play this tape for you to hear it again. What Asa Hutchinson says, it's not just the New York Times thing. Ignore that. Like the ballot access thing is Supreme Court. Parties can do whatever they want.

That's even more horrifying to me. That there might be a rule in the RNC package. And he says this, Asa Hutchinson is a former DA.

He's a former attorney general. Listen very carefully. He first says our rules. Then he says RNC rules.

Play cut 172. And over a year ago, I said that Donald Trump was morally disqualified from being president again as a result of what happened on January 6th. More people are understanding the importance of that, including conservative legal scholars who says he may be disqualified under the 14th amendment from being president again as a result of the insurrection. This is something that could disqualify him under our rules and under the constitution. And so obviously I'm not going to support somebody who's been convicted of a serious felony or who has this is disqualified under our constitution. And that's consistent with RNC rules.

Whoa, whoa. Consistent with RNC rules. So we have the whole rules package.

Our team is the best in all of media. This thing is literally an unforgiving like 600 page document that they're going through right now. Rule, appointed, pursuant, pursuant, rule, appointed, pursuant, pursuant.

So they're going through that. But this doesn't seem to be a gaffe. This doesn't seem to be something that Asa Hutchinson was messing up.

He said it a couple times. And if he if this is indeed in the rules, which we're searching about candidates and ballot access and all that and resolutions, who's feeding that to him? Because no one actually reads the RNC rules.

It's like, I mean, what we are, but it's like largely unreadable. Is there a scenario where Donald Trump might win the primary? And then at the convention in Milwaukee, somebody goes, because they had that stupid gavel. Pursuant to clause four, section three, the nominee cannot be a convicted felon. I don't know. That's what Asa is saying. My guess is that the rules say that they're the same rules that are in the Constitution. That's that you have to have the same requirements. My guess is that it's abstractly written without having just knowing how these RNC people operate, that it says that every you have to be constitutionally qualified to be the nominee.

That's my guess. Asa Hutchinson is no stranger to saying the quiet part out loud. And if you connect these two together, Asa Hutchinson is also saying he doesn't believe Donald Trump will be the nominee. That's weird, because Donald Trump is up 60 points.

What's going on here? Exactly. And play Cup 24. Of course, if you believe that he's not qualified under our Constitution, the 14th Amendment, then he's not going to even be in the picture. But he's leading the polls right now. Did you sign the pledge as a condition of being in the debate that you'll support the eventual nominee? I'm just trying to find the consistency with your stated positions.

I admire some of them, but some of them don't add up. You got to think a little bit lawyerly here that I signed it saying I'm going to support the nominee of the party. I do not believe that Donald Trump will be the nominee of the party so I can feel comfortable in signing that pledge. OK, so. Asa Hutchinson says on stage that there are RNC rules. We have not yet found that rule.

So that should give you a little bit of relief. OK. We have not yet found that rule, but we're looking through it. But then he goes to MSNBC and despite Donald Trump up 60 points, he doesn't believe Trump will be the nominee. Let me tell you what I think is going to happen. Asa Hutchinson, alongside Chris Christie and maybe Mike Pence, will attempt a highly technical rules resolution committee coup at the Milwaukee at the Milwaukee convention. That's what they are signaling. Says here in the rules, in all elections or selections of delegates or alternate delegates to the National Convention, the following rules shall apply.

Delegates and alternate electors of the National Convention may be elected, selected, allocated or bound only in one of the following members, primary election, state election. So I don't know what Asa is getting at here. I don't see it, actually. But he's not just saying it in one place.

He's saying it multiple places. It would be unbelievably deranged to do this. But people in D.C. are very, very delusional.

They think they can get away with things they can't. This is this. This is this would be the Russiagate within the RNC. How do we stop it? We stop it by flushing it out and shining a light on it. Now. That's how we stop it. So we don't I don't quite see in the rules where he gets this.

But I could see that there will be a rules challenge. And who exactly would then vote on it? The voting members of the RNC, that 168 that we've been talking about for quite some time. I did my best to try to get a new chairman.

All of a sudden, the 168 are going to matter a lot more. Keep your eye on Asa Hutchinson. I don't trust that guy.

The way he's talking, he's talking like a man with a plan. You've got to be vigilant. OK, let's get to some more questions here. Also, potentially, just as a thought, by the way, Ada Hutchinson, or whatever his name is, Asa Ada, I don't know, has a pending resolution potentially in the works about delegate provisions. Maybe there is a morals clause in the RNC rules that we're unfamiliar with. I don't know. I don't know.

Very murky, very strange. Let's play a piece of tape here. Play cut 118. I think the American people deserve to know whether everyone on this stage agrees that I kept my oath to the Constitution that day. There's no more important duty. So answer the question thing. I've answered this before. So, you know, why are we Mike? Mike did his duty.

I got no beef with them. But here's the thing. Is this what we're going to be focusing on?

Really? Going forward? The rehashing of this? I'll tell you, the Democrats would love that. We will win if we don't just get away with it. I'm not letting Obama win. I'm not going to win. If we let him get away with it. We're going to hold him accountable. It's really strange. Mike Pence wants everyone to know about his. How does everyone feel about what I did?

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If you rest for 24 hours, you will be blessed. And if you decide not to, then that's fine. I know that my life before honoring the Sabbath and after honoring the Sabbath, they don't even compare. And some people say, well, Charlie, why Saturday instead of Sunday? That's a good question.

And I don't want to be overly legalistic about it. Maybe Sunday's a better day for you to totally rest. But I love, for me personally, ending Friday after a long week and totally shutting off. And on Sunday, I'm already thinking about Monday. On Saturday, I can truly rest and I can truly stop. And so whatever day works for you.

For me, it's the old traditional Jewish Sabbath. Might watch some college football, and that's the other thing. People say, well, Charlie, do you do any electronics? Well, the Scriptures say, for six days you shall work, for one day you shall stop. So I do things I enjoy. I'm just no work. I don't check Citizen Free Press, I don't check my email, I don't check my text message, I don't check my social media, I don't do anything that involves work.

But thou shall exclude college football because watching college football is the furthest thing from work for me. And I am, I got to be very honest, I wage boycotts and wars against all the woke stuff. And I have, everybody has some form of contradiction in their life. I think it's F. Scott Fitzgerald or something. He said the mark of a deep thinker is someone who can hold two inconsistent beliefs simultaneously.

Somebody said that. I think college is a scam, and I love college football. I totally acknowledge it's one of the great contradictions in my life. I like bash against college, college is terrible, stop sending your kids to college, college is awful, college is this, and then I plan my entire fall schedule basically around Saturday's college football. There are very few sports, I don't watch the NBA, I don't watch the MLB, I casually watch the NFL, only a couple friends that I have in the league, people I've gotten to know, Jimmy Garoppolo who I grew up with, and Kirk Cousins who's from Chicago, a couple people that I know in the league that I'll watch, that's it.

And Justin Herbert who went to Oregon who's amazing, I'm not friends with him but he's incredible. But then college football is the one thing that I really take seriously, that is the one that I really take seriously. But look, here's the point, in this highly technological world, we're all staring at screens, we're all overindulged in the news cycle. Let me say this, you're missing out, you're missing out if you are not stopping for one day. In the book of Deuteronomy, which means second law, Moses was giving his farewell address. And as Moses was giving his farewell address, he repeated the 10 commandments, which were identical except the commandment that had to do with the Sabbath, the Shabbat. And when it was repeated in Deuteronomy, he said, for six days you shall work and for one day you shall rest, because you are no longer slaves in Egypt. What Moses was saying in his farewell address is, why do you have the Sabbath? You have the Shabbat, you have the Sabbath because only slaves work for seven days. You are not a slave to your work. And by the way, it's a two-pronged commandment, you should not be resting for seven days a week. It's okay to take vacations, that's obvious, that's fine. But you should not be resting in your normal flow of work for more than one day. And I encourage you guys to have that in your schedule, just the one little thing that you could look forward to and you plan, you say that, I'm gonna just shut it all off.

That actually makes you work harder, it makes you think clearer, it makes you get what you want to get done before that, it's a finish line, it's a self-imposed deadline, and it's biblical, and it's freeing. And in this mad world we live of tyrants, despots, degenerates, and cockroaches, it's very freeing. Thanks so much for listening everybody, email us as always, freedom at charliekirk.com. Thanks so much for listening and God bless. For more on many of these stories and news you can trust, go to charliekirk.com. Salem. Identity theft protection starts here.
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