Thursday Jun 02, 2022

Uvalde Texas: Red Flags, Questionable Cops and Heroic Parents

In this week's episode, we discuss the Uvalde, Texas shooting again now that the smoke has cleared and more information has started to come out. We discuss the three different sides, including the perspective that it was tragic and that everything that could have been done was done. The second is that more could have been done in the response. The third is by those who are questioning the mainstream narrative altogether. We also discuss the heroism displayed by many parents during this time of distress, including a mother who was arrested only to escape, jump a fence and save her children. Finally, we discussed the law enforcement's approach and if there was more that could be done. All of that and more on this week's episode!


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  Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red pill revolution started out with me realizing every thing that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpret about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoonfed as a child, religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it, everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power.

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Hello, and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Thank you so much for listening today. I appreciate it so much from the bottom of my heart today, we have a very, very interesting episode. It is now been a week or so since the tragic horrific, uh, shooting that happened in you validate Texas.

Um, and now it's time that the smoke has cleared a little bit. We have a little bit more information in, and I think it's time that we dive deeper into this topic. Now, the first episode that we did on you validate was basically about how our politicians reactions were just completely inappropriate, uh, how it was almost saddening to see the politicized.

Of the way that our politicians just kind of went about addressing this right? From, from president Biden to Kamala Harris, basically everything that they had to say about the shooting had to do in some way with gun control in some way with, you know, shaming other politicians. Um, and so today we're going to kind of look at the facts right there.

There's a lot of different controversies that have come out of this. Um, there's a lot of different viewpoints that people have when it comes to this situation and we're going to touch on all of them. I'm going to try and take as much as I possibly can. A non-biased approach in explaining to you guys the three, what I believe to be the three most common belief systems surrounding you validate taxes and the shooting that occurred.

Okay. So I'll take you through what those three things are. Okay. The first viewpoint that I see being somewhat common is that it was a tragic, terrible, horrible. The police did everything. They could. They, they, they were in there according to some sources. Uh, they didn't wait outside. Um, they did what they should've done.

Okay. That's one viewpoint. The next viewpoint is that it was a terrible tragedy. It was horrific. And the police, the sheriffs, the whoever was on the scene at the time did not do exactly what they should have done. They did not go in soon enough. Um, they did not, you know, follow their own guidelines of their own, you know, uh, books and trainings that they had on this, that somebody dug up where it speaks about how to address this situation.

Um, so that's the secondary, uh, approach to this? Is that not only was it, you know, obviously it was a terrible horrific tragedy and, um, but also the fact that maybe there should have been a different response. Okay. And then the third one, the most controversial opinion on this topic is that, uh, something that we've been seeing a lot around is questioning the narrative.

Okay. Now I have to tread quite lightly on that side of things. Um, we w like I said, this is going to be to the best of my abilities, a non-biased approach to going over what these viewpoints are, why people may believe that the police did do the right thing, why people believe maybe they didn't do the wrong thing, and why people believe or disbelieve the narrative that has been going on here.

Okay. Now you'll see, I have to tiptoe pretty, really pretty well with the way that I'm going to approach this, but I will try my best. So that is going to be our episode. All right. That's what we're going to be touching on the three different kind of viewpoints on that today. Um, so I hope you stick around.

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All right. Now the very first part of this that I would like to talk to, um, is kind of some of the sources surrounding the way that I've been kind of gaining my, uh, perspective on this. Okay. Now it's very difficult when you know, every day and every scenario right now, it's difficult to touch on. Um, I really tried to get a non-biased opinion.

So there's a few new sources that I follow. And the one that I've been seeing do the best job following the, you validate Texas shooting to this point has been a, not so small. I started following this, this, uh, Instagram account probably at the very beginning of the Maxwell trials. I think we probably started our accounts around the same exact time.

Um, and they've just been crushing. It, it, it's, it's a great platform. It's where I get a lot of my, what I feel to be non-biased opinions. Um, and some really like boots on the ground, hard nose bad-ass journalists. Um, and that is real news. No bullshit on Instagram. Um, I think they got a website. I don't know what the URL is, but real news, no bullshit on Instagram.

It has a tremendous, I mean, they are literally in, you validate the last several days interviewing from what I've seen so far, they went and knocked on the door of the parents of the shooter. Okay. He has no name to me. He is a nobody. He's the horrific shooter in this incident. So he has no name, but he, they knocked on his parent's door.

And, uh, the, I guess the mom answered, she said, douchey didn't want to talk to him. Um, so then they, uh, father came out and asked them to leave. They respectfully said, okay, they walked away. Um, they did not push any further, but they wanted to at least see if they could get a comment. Okay. Now, when they did that, they actually got a man from across the street who declined to being on camera, but they showed a little bit of him, um, during this conversation and they interviewed this individual.

Now I'm not going to show this, this direct interview, but it had some key highlighted points. It was fairly long. Um, but the key points to me were that this individual said that he was like the, the, the, the town dad, right? They were the, this. Shoot or lived in a trailer park and you validate taxes. This guy said that, you know, I had all the kids come over, he had a pool table downstairs.

They all like to play video games. He said they didn't really see anything off about this individual. Um, it had been a couple of years since he had been over there. Uh, but what he felt was that, you know, it was, it was a, there was some key points that he had regarding the parents in this situation. Okay.

So they interviewed this guy who was across the street from where the mom lived of the shooter. And what he said was that, first of all, he had no expenses, right? There's all this talk around. Where did they get all the ammo? Where do they get the, the, um, you know, the Daniel defense I'm for, where did he get the other rifle?

Where did he get the, you know, all of this, all this conversations surrounding the financial aspects of it. And he said he had no bills. I guess somebody, I saw a few times that the guy worked at Wendy's. I don't see anywhere that that's been substance. Uh, but I think it's interesting. So he said there's, he didn't think he had any bills.

Now, the individual, the shooter in this case, um, lived with his grandma. Okay. The mom, according to this guy who lived across the street from her was, uh, according to him, hooked on what he called ice, which is methamphetamines. And, um, and so her boyfriend got her hooked on meth and there was a horrible situation and they got in all sorts of arguments.

And so after a while, um, he ended up moving in with his grandma. Okay. Now what I think was the key point from that interview was actually that he, he said that, um, the grandma owns the trailer that the mom lived in of the shooter. Okay. Owns the trailer. The grandma did. Now. He went to live with the grandma, the grandma, if you recall, the actual facts of the situation ended up being the first victim.

Of his shooting spree. And so, um, now the key point that I want to take from that interview was that he said that two days prior, two days prior to this individual going and shooting this school up and Rob elementary school, and you validate taxes two days prior, the grandma was trying to evict his mother from their trailer because she was trying to sell it.

Now, the mother's response specifically was that she was going to burn them according to this man, burn the motherfucker down if before she'd let her get evicted. Okay. So apparently there was a very heated exchange between the grandma, between the mother, um, about her getting evicted from the, uh, from the trailer that she owned the grandma owned.

Okay. Now, if you want to talk about emotive. I've seen enough law and order to know that that it's a potential motive, right? That's a heated exchange between somebody that he feels dearly about. Um, so I think that's really important now. And even more interesting point about that is the fact that they, the police never even interviewed this man.

Never, never interviewed this man. Once he said he even went up to them and talk to them and like never not a single person came up to him. He like came out there and found real news, no bullshit over by the trailer. And like, Hey, you guys want to come talk to me? So he like sought them out. It wasn't that hard.

Okay. So, um, interesting point that the police have yet to interview this man, a man who lives right across the street, who has the potential idea of what the motive was in this situation. You think that that might be an interesting individual. For these police officers, the FBI, whoever the hell is on this case, I'm sure Scooby doo and all his friends are there too.

You think that this man would be a person of interest for them to interview, especially if he knows something about what was happening about the lives, about the mom's drug addictions, about the relationship between the grandma and the mother about, you know, so, so many intricate parts of this relationship.

He literally had a front row seat to this house and everything that happened there. Okay. So why is the police not interviewing this man? Why are they not talking to somebody who claims that two days prior? There was a huge altercation at this house. Why, why are they not talking to this man? Okay. I think that's interesting now the next thing that they discussed, um, or the next part of their story, which I'll play some of it here for you.

I kind of want to get away from playing too, too many longer clips for you guys. Um, so I'm going to try my best to tell these stories for you now, the next individual that they interviewed. Um, and again, this is real news, no bullshit on Instagram, tremendous journalism. The next person that they interviewed was a border patrol agent who drove 85 miles from 85 miles away at like 150 miles per hour.

He doesn't say how fast he's going. They go like a hundred. And he's like, yeah, faster than that, 85 miles, this man got there in 40 minutes. Somebody out there is much better at math than me and you guys can do the math, but 85 miles in about 40 minutes. And, uh, he said that he got there and I'll play a little bit of this clip here.

I think maybe we'll we'll touch on this, but basically what this man says is. He got there. He was curious as soon as he got there, it took him. So it took him 45 minutes to get there. They radioed in, there was 45 minutes. This man hauls ass, 85 miles away from the border let's go of for illegal immigrants so that he can go handle.

This situation gets there. And the shooter still not taking care of right there, sitting outside. He said, now this is an important key point because there's been a lot of back and forth here when it comes to, were they outside? Were they inside? And we're going to dive deeper into those conversations. But I think it's important to note that this border patrol agent said that he got there and there were in there.

They still hadn't shot him. He was still in there. They retreated according to this man. They went in initially they received. And then they retreated, right? No injuries, no police are dead. At least from my knowledge, I don't believe any police died if they did that's horrific too. Um, but it, it tells me something that he was on scene at the time he was there and he says they went in and then they went out, they left the area, you know, the area that was being shot up by a single individual while there's 18, 20, however many guys sitting out there with their rifles ready, enable, and obviously not willing, but ready and able to be able to go in there.

Was it a breakdown in the chain of command? Was it a retreat because they weren't tactically ready? Was it? I don't know, but what I do know. Is that it should not take that long to get into a building. Now I said that would be non-biased, I'm going to try and retract and not retract because I believe every one of those things that I just said to you, but let's touch on the first topic here, which I think is important.

Now, one thing I think is a, is an important issue to touch on too, is, you know, a lot of people are saying, why is this happening in the U S right? Why is this happening in the United States, more than any other country, right? Is it the access to guns? Cause that's, we know it's a contributing factor according to these people, why does the us have a higher percentage of these mass shootings occurred, uh, compared to other countries?

Why? And I think that's an interesting question. And I think it's an important question. I think it's something that we have to deal with head-on and I think as something that we have to take an educated non-emotional approach to answering. And so here's my thought on that. Okay. When, when I believe when things, so there's a good example.

I have this, that will kind of drive this point home for you. But so when, when it's something, as in the human consciousness, the youngian theory of the, um, of the greater consciousness, of, of the consciousness of humanity, that's all intertwined. Um, if you don't know anything about that theory, you should go look it up.

But basically the idea is that there's a collective unconscious is the actual term for it. Okay. Now, when something is happening in the universe, in the, in the, in the ether, in the ether, when something's happening in the ether, it, it goes across the consciousness of all the individuals who are intertwined with that individual.

Okay. So in this particular situation, it is a part of the United States of America is human collective unconscious that these shootings have been happening for a while. Now, now I posted a statistic today and what I said was on this day, CNN was founded 42 years. Since that date, that CNN was founded 42 years ago, school shootings have increased by 100% per decade for the last four decades.

So under the logic of the gun argument, it would be just, it would make just as much sense that we, I don't know, ban CNN as this to ban weapons. There's a correlation. And if you look deep enough into anything, you can always find some way to connect the strings. And that's what we see our politicians doing here is they find a string.

They pull on it. It's something that they've wanted to do all along, and they're utilizing this as a platform to do so. Okay. So if you look deep enough into any one of these, any specific piece of data, usually you can find some way to play mental gymnastics and find that to be the. So in this individual case, I think the reason that we have a higher percentage of these shootings in the United States is because of that collective unconscious, the same way that, um, you know, when it gets romanticized in these terrible, you know, really deeply distraught communities of like, you know, the, the deep dark corners of shadows of the internet, i, I would see it easily being romanticized people, watching the Columbine shootings and like, you know, all sorts of terrible things. Now there's the analogy that I'm speaking on that I think speaks to this the most is that there was a book that was written surrounding the difference in manifestations of mental health issues.

And so what this book kind of outlined was the trans movement, having something to do with a new manifestation of the same mental illnesses, because what. You know, and again, I'll say that I just talked about it. You can correlate a lot of things, but what this book outlines for you is how the percentage of young individuals who were having mental illnesses that were presenting themselves in the way of bulemia and anorexia had that same amount that went away like that the same statistical amount that did not, did no longer identify as having bulemia or anorexia, or had these, you know, actually psychological evaluations to do so.

The same percentage that were normally presenting their mental health issues as anorexia and bulimia. We're now presenting them in this, you know, transgender, gender dysphoria, whatever this book wanted to outline it as. Okay. So my point with that is it's a manifestation. It it's, it's the, you know, the collective unconscious way for a manifestation of these mental health issues.

Okay. So that's just that, that is a piece of the puzzle. I'm not saying that's why it happens most often the United States. I do think that there's a conversation to be had surrounding. Weapons right surrounding, you know, the amount of weapons that we have. However, there's definitely contradicting data points.

Like I believe it's Iceland, that's far more armed than we are that has far more guns per individual, per thousand and has far less gun crimes. Okay. So there's contradicting evidence for that, but I do think that there's absolutely something to that collective unconscious. And I do believe that with it being such a hot topic in the United States, it's always deemed to repeat itself because now the sick individuals who have the most rotted mental, uh, I don't know, state find, uh, now know the way that they can get the most attention out of, out of their anguish, and how they get their name on every news station. And it's gross and it's sick and it's horrible, but it's a manifestation of those mental health issues and the mental health issues that, you know, some politicians even went as far as to say, as he has no mental health issues really. He has no mental health issues because there's no way that you're able to do this horrific act, unless you have some type of horrific mental health issue.

Okay. Anyways, let's go back to the original point here. Okay. So the three parts of this conversation, the first one's going to be, this is a horrible tragedy, right? The three different perspectives on this shooting. The first one is this is a horrible tragedy. It's terrible. What happened? The police did everything right.

It's happenstance. There's nothing we could've done to improve this situation. Um, it's just terrible. The cops did everything. There's that's the main point. Okay. Now there was a video that came up where a teacher that was within the building came out and said that she believed the cops were in the building.

Okay. She believes that the cops were there at the moment. They were trying to help us. And she goes on to say that she sh you know, who's ever saying this, and she doesn't say this specifically, but basically she was outlining the fact that the cops. Now, when we go into the next part of the conversation, we'll realize that there is evidence to show that they were in there.

Just like that individual, who I was talking about earlier that border patrol agent, who said that they came in there, then they retreated. Then they went and sat in the parking lot for 55, 60 minutes, and then they decided, oh you know, we're still not going to go in until this border patrol agent that was off duty when against their orders and went and took him down.

Okay. So, but there is an individual who says that they were in there. It's a very, very low, very it's, uh, it's, uh, it doesn't have much substance to it, to me because there's already evidence showing that they went in there initially, but then they retreated pulled out according to this border patrol agent who was there at the time.

And then they went back in. So she could be very well referencing the, the initial part, where they went in there before, and then actually retreated because how would she know she was sitting in a, a, um, you know, a school room by herself with her kids right. In this chaos. How would she know exactly what's going on?

I'm not saying she's not telling the truth. When I am saying is they went in initially according to other accounts, then they retreated out. Then they went back in 55, 60 minutes later. So that doesn't disprove anything that we're talking about here, but it does give a talking point to the individuals who were saying that they did everything, nothing could have changed. And this is a horrific event and we shouldn't be pointing fingers and maybe we should be looking at policy reform and all these other things. Okay. Which isn't wrong. Isn't wrong. In some sense. And the fact that, you know, obviously we have to have a deeper conversation around why these issues are happening, but also if we have a police force, that's sitting there with rifles, get your ass in there and save the kids.

That's your job. That's what you're supposed to do. And we're going to outline an incredible story of a mother who did just that to save her children after being handcuffed by these police officers got out of the handcuffs. All right, we're going to talk on that. And then on the next portion of this, so we're going to talk on that mother because it's truly an incredible, you know, bad ass mama bear moment.

Really, truly one of the heroes of this day was this mother who jumped the fence after being handcuffed placed on the ground, went in there, got into the building and saved her children, walked out with them. Incredible. We'll, we'll, we'll discuss more of that detail in a minute here. Okay. So, so in other points of this though, is, is to me, is like, what, what would be frustrating is if you were a teacher, like think of a teacher, I feel.

Sending my children to, I have children, I have children. And when these things happen, right when the Oxford shooting happens a few months ago, um, it was much more near me than you validate Texas. Um, it hit really close to home. And so, um, it was really difficult then next day, it's like, it's concerning. I placed my child in the care of somebody else and I have no powerless.

And if something, if I'm in a room and something, shit like that's happening or going down, I know I can do something about it, but to place your children in a situation like that a day or two after, because again, that collective unconsciousness that young and collective unconsciousness around those days presents itself in copycats.

We've seen it when they came to the, when it came down to the Oxford shooting, the days proceeding that. All the schools in the local area shut down because there is so many threats, so many stupid ass, 16 year olds, 15 year olds posting on their Snapchat story that they were going to do the same thing.

Like all this gross, disgusting, this that was going on after of all these people threatening to be copycats in this situation. Um, so it was very uncomfortable as a parent to send your child to school. After this week, I've still feel like dropped my daughter off at school today still feels weird. Don't like it it's uncomfortable.

I don't like being out of the control of my child's safety, right? Especially when these things are happening in the, especially when the percentage likelihood that thinks things will repeat themselves around these dates come up again, right? The likelihood that that collective unconscious is coming together and some other super messed up mentally unhealthy individual who bought $8,700 worth of guns and ammo decides that he wants to put his name up on CNN's lights.

So th so they go into the situation and the, and the, just the likelihood, the collective unconsciousness is surrounding that, that action. And then they see the outcome. They see that these people, you know, their, their names everywhere, they're famous. And they're, they're infamous. And when you're in that sick, disgusting, horrific place, it almost becomes romanticized.

Like I said earlier. So as a parent, it's uncomfortable. Now, I also can't imagine being a teacher in this situation, can't imagine being a teacher in this situation. Imagine if there was a massive shooting where somebody went into an accountant's building, just accountants, right accountants. They went into accounting and accountants building, and they shot up 20 accountants.

And you're an accountant. The next day, you got to show up at your cubicle and go to work like a bunch of accountants. Didn't just get killed in an accountant's building. Yes. Now you expect our kids to go into that situation, but also to expect the teacher to also expect the teacher who is old enough to know what happened is old enough to be extremely scared of this situation.

And so I put myself in those shoes and I know the first thing I would want to do if I was a teacher the very next day, or if I was an accountant and there was all these shootings happening where accountants were dying in massive droves, what am I going to want to do? I'm going to want to protect myself, right?

I'm going to want to do everything I can to put myself out of harm's way. And to be able to defend myself if something like this happens and how do you do that? Because our police showed that even if you're got 20 guys with Bulletproof vests on the area, completely cordoned off in 35 rifles, then maybe you're still not going to go in.

So I need to be able to defend myself. And if I'm a teacher and you tell them. You can't carry a weapon in to defend yourself or your children that you feel responsible for tomorrow. When you go to work the day after a shooting like this happens, that's terrifying. That's like if you're a teacher, the first thing I would want to do, if I was a teacher is to carry in school, is to defend myself as to, I feel responsible for these children.

I feel like, you know, they're they, to spend more time with me as they do with their parents during the school year, why would I not feel responsible for these children? And I want to defend them and how can I do that? If you're going to strip that away from me and not allow me to carry a half of the firepower of somebody who's willing to come in here and commit harm on these children and harm on me, I want to carry a weapon and there should be able to defend myself.

Now, another thing that came from that interview was the fact that teachers in the local school area of the sheriff, I believe was. It might've been, I don't know, some type of law enforcement officer that they were interviewing again on real real news, no bullshit. Um, the individual that they were interviewing said that in 2018, there was legislation passed in their county that allowed for teachers to carry

how different, how different could this situation have turned out. There was one individual in that school who carried, who is near this shooting and was able to immediately respond and do something or even able to defend themselves when this coward walks into their room, intending on doing these children.

And the strip them of that, right? No school's zone sign that says gun-free zone has ever stopped a school. You think some guy who's in this state of mind, that's completely mentally unhealthy and unfit walks up to a school with his AR 15, his assault rifle sees the sign and goes, Aw, shit, can't go in here.

It's a gun-free zone. Not going to shoot these kids. No that's never happened. Ever, ever a gun-free zone sign has yet to have any statistical significance in stopping mass shootings. And it's the sign is just the physical part of it. That means the policies don't work. The policies, the laws that you implement are not going to stop somebody because if they're willing to walk into a school and shoot 19 children, if that's where their mental state.

Do you think, uh, making it difficult for them to purchase a firearm is going to prevent them from doing so, do you think that putting a gun-free zone sign up on your school or not allowing your to, is there ever been a teacher? Has there ever been a teacher that's committed a mass shooting ever point me to one, maybe I'm wrong.

Maybe it's happened. I don't know, but I've never heard of it if it has happened. So you're not going to allow that teacher to defend himself or herself. You're not going to allow them to defend their children that they feel responsible for. And you're going to put a sign out front and say, we got this right there.

Nobody's going to come in here. It's sick. It makes no sense. There's no logical explanation as to why any type of legislation would actually prevent this from happening now, the gun-free zone. Which has shown again, I talked about this on our last episode where we discussed this two episodes ago, where it manifests itself in Chicago and New York and LA, which have the strictest gun laws in the country, but you'll still have the highest murder rates per capita of almost anywhere in the entire world.

So we found that policy legislation doesn't seem to have an effect again, please tell me I'm wrong. Leave a comment, email me, whatever. Tell me I'm wrong. Show me it. Point me to a teacher that's ever went through with a mass shooting on their children. The children they're responsible for show me that.

Tell me I'm wrong. Maybe I am. I don't know, but I've never heard of it. Okay. So that leads us to the next portion of this, which is the idea that, okay, it's a horrific tragedy, right? And again, to highlight what we're going to discuss here, the first one that we just discussed was it's a horrible tragedy.

Everybody did. Which I don't know if I did very non biasly there. Um, but it's, it's difficult for me cause I, I just, it's hard for me to look through the evidence that's been proposed and, and, you know, I have the utmost respect, utmost respect for police officers, the utmost respect for border patrol agents, for anybody who in a daily basis puts themselves in harm's way for the, we are good if humanity, but I have that respect because you put yourself in harm's way for the better of humanity.

Now, if you take that position and there's 17 other men who would have walked in that building and done something, 'cause, you bet your ass. If my daughter's in that school and I'm driving there, you know, what I'm doing is I'm stopping at home. I'm grabbing everything. I need to go in there and I'm walking right past these cops.

And if they try and stop me, I'm going to tell them to shoot me in the. And I'm going to have somebody video recording it so that I can show that you are more likely to shoot the parent who was going to do something because you're being a coward than you were to go in that building and save those children.

And that's what it took. It took one man who decided that enough was enough, because could you imagine standing outside of that school and hearing those sounds

and just having to witness it, just having to sit there, wait on your chain of command. Fuck that. So the individual that did go in there was actually an off duty border patrol agent who did so against the wishes of the police that were there. So had this individual knock on against police orders and knock on in there.

How many more lives would have been. How many more children would not have seen their parents that night.

It's sickening to me that this happened. And they went down the way that it did. So there was documents that came up documents that were released recently that showed in the valley school district that they had active shooter training two months prior, they went over everything that they should have done, nothing, nothing in these documents said that they were supposed to wait outside for 90 minutes, not a single part of the documents.

You know what the documents did say the documents said that you go in there regardless of your own safety. The documents said whether you have. I don't know, 20 people standing outside with rifles, or there's one of you, you go in that building because that's your job. And if you don't want to do it, I completely understand most people are not cut out to walk in that building and do the things that you would need to do to take care of the situation.

I understand completely get it. Very few people are cut out to pull that trigger. Very few people are cut out to open that door against gunfire and go in and do something about this. Very few people are built that way. And if you're not stepped down, find a different job and let another individual who's willing, ready, and able to go in there to stop a situation like this from occurring.

Because if you take on the job of a police officer and you just think you're going to be doing traffic stops all day, you're in for a rude awakening. When you get a call like. You're in the wrong profession.

And again, I'm not knocking anybody who doesn't want to go into a building where there's somebody with a, a rifle shooting at you. I get it. You got kids, you got family, you got a life ahead of you too, but you're in the wrong job.

Now I have some people that are close to me that are pretty big influencers in the police space that I highly respect that has a differing opinion on this. And, um, and I get it and I hope we start hearing some information that's countering this, maybe everything was done. And that would be ideal to me.

Th th it's, it's terrible, terrible that this happened. And it's even more terrible that we get to, we have to sit here and wonder what could have been done, not even why, because why is a hard enough question in itself, but could there have been a different outcome if we had a different.

And that's even more difficult to wrestle with because why is one person, why did he do these things,

but why did the outcome not differ because of these large amounts of individuals, cop cars on cop cars, on cop cars, at least 20 men sitting out there with similar a weaponry as this individual had in there, just sitting out there and you know, where they were facing away from the damn school and you know who they were facing.

The parents, the parents who were screaming and crying and agony, and all they wanted to do is go inside. They were literally saying, I will go inside. I don't even need your weapon. I'm going in there. And they literally put a mom in handcuffs. And the only reason she got out of the handcuffs was because she knew three of the officers.

And they went up to the, whoever was in charge in the area and said, she's fine. She's not going to do anything. And then she tiptoed her way back and jumped a fence and got her damn two children like the bucking bad mama bear that she was to go do this because that's awesome. That's a hero. That's who I want wearing that vest.

That's who I want going in there with an AR that's the person who has the balls to take on that job and know what's at stake when you don't address it properly. And so I do want to read this article about this mom, because I just think that's probably one of the most incredible, incredible stories that I've ever heard.

This woman's screaming and crying and wants to save her children in this school.

She's yelling at these police officers go in there, go in there. Why are you not going in there enough to where these police put her in handcuffs on the ground? Like she's a criminal for wanting to save her child's life.

So here's the article. The article says cops handcuffed mom, amid Texas school shooting before she jumped fence, ran inside and saved her kids.

That's incredible. And these are the type of stories. These are the type of people that we want in these positions who are going to go in and save your child. Save my child in a case like this, not 19 men sitting out there with rifles, scared of going in, and again, maybe we'll find out I'm wrong.

And I hope that I am because that's, that's even more difficult to wrestle with then the why, because the why will never have an answer. There is a clear answer to this. There's a clear reason, or there's a clear a breakdown in the chain of command. There's a clear issue with the way that this was addressed and it could have been.

It's very difficult to look at this individual, to look at the shooter, to look at this coward and say, we could have done more. We could have prevented this. We could have stopped him. I didn't know his mom. I didn't know his dad. I didn't know what he was going through either did anybody else, but there was at least 20 cops sitting outside with rifles who could have gone in, and that is much more difficult to wrestle with as a parent than it is to go.

Why did this one sick person do these horrific things? Cause again, there will never be an answer to that. Never you'll never have a proper answer to that, but to go and to feel that you were let down by the police, the very people that you and trust your safety and your child's safety too, to know that they were the reason that your child's not coming home tonight.

So this article goes on. A mom of two students at Robb elementary school says she was handcuffed by officers as the shooter was still inside. Before she jumped a fence and ran into the school to safely, Richie's retrieve her children on Tuesday. Anjeli Rose Gomez, a mother of a second grader, and a third grader told the wall street journal.

She drove 40 miles to the Valdez school and was one of numerous parents begging and yelling at the police officers to enter sooner, to take out the 18 year old gunmen coward. Cause that's the only word that I'll use instead of his name. And this article is by the New York post. By the way, you can look up that topic that I just gave you.

Okay. It says after a few minutes, she said, or U S Marshall placed her in handcuffs. The mother who is trying to save her children, placed her in the hand. Stating that she was under arrest for intervening in an active investigation. According to the journal, it took almost an hour before Ramos. Sorry. It took almost an hour before the coward was killed by a specialized us border patrol tactical team authority said in that time he gunned down 19 school children and two teachers.

Now what you'll find in a lot of these articles that are maintaining the side that they want to be on, that is trying to maintain positivity surrounding what these police officers did is they will say that it was a U S border patrol tactical team. Not that it was an individual who was off duty, who went against the orders of the police and took this man down.

And again, it's early. Maybe again, I don't want to act in absolutes here. I'm just reading stuff, trying to sift through it and then come up with a good story. Like good idea of what actually happened. So hopefully again, maybe something comes out, but it's, this is the mother who got arrested and then saved her children.

So Gomez recognized a few Valdez police officers. You validate police officers and convince them to tell the marshals to remove the cuffs. Just as I said, she knew three of them once freed. She distanced herself from the crowd, jumped the school fence, ran inside the school building in, grabbed her two children, the three sprinted out of the school together.

She's got goosebumps.

That's incredible. Every parent ever. And this is a hero, I will say her name over and over again. Angela Rose Gomez is a hero.

Not only that she cause enough of a stir to get herself. Then she convinced these cops to have not to take the handcuffs off of her. And then she jumped the fence, got her children and saved them from potentially the horrific things that happened to these other children.

And I posted the video. I'm fairly positive. She was the one getting arrested in the video that I posted. Okay. If you don't follow me ever, it's at red pill revolt, you can see it. I posted it on Instagram. I posted it on Tik TOK. I posted it on truth, wherever you're at, you should be able to see it. Okay.

Now the article goes on to say that Gomez told the journal. She decided to charge the school herself. As officers waited outside the building, quote, unquote, doing nothing. They were just standing outside the fence. She said they weren't going in there or running anywhere. A spokesperson for the U S Marshall services denied her account, telling the journal that deputy marshals never cuffed anybody outside of the school.

We would never do that. Even though there's video evidence of it that I posted harrowing videos captured the heartbreaking wheels of parents who feared for their children's lives. As they watched police loiter outside the school building,

what are you doing? Get inside the building a person. How will them one video as another screamed go protect the kids. Some fathers hopped the fence, smashed in classroom windows and pulled their kids out. A first responder told the post,

the mom said she wasn't the only parent targeted by officers on the scene was she described as chaos. She said she saw police tackle a father to the ground and pepper spray. Another officer's tasered, a third debt taser. Uh, parent trying to make sure that their child is safe, tasered them tasered there, their father, the father who was going to run in there and save their children while they sat outside doing quote unquote, nothing.

She said, she saw a police officer's taser, pepper spray, and tackle another father to the ground. They didn't do that to the shooter, but they did that to us. Gomez told the journal, referring to herself and other parents. That's how I felt.

So who, who are you going to believe here? The individuals whose jobs are on the line, who not only their jobs, but their balls. They're a lot like their, their entire belief of who they are and who everybody thinks that they are is, is riding on this not being true is riding on the idea that they, oh, they did everything they should have done.

They did the all. This mom has nothing to lose here. She has no skin in the game besides the fact that her child was in there and she felt like nothing was being done. As she watched other parents get tackled pepper, sprayed, and tasered while they were trying to save their children.


the next thing I'm going to pull up here is an article by Yahoo news, which talks about exactly what I just post or what I was talking about there, which is the fact that a border patrol, a group of border patrol agents defied you valid the police orders to remain outside of the school. And they were the ones who took down the shooter.

Okay. So all of those articles that are saying it was a tactical team, we did, we, we knew what we were doing, did ya? Because they defied your orders to go in there and save these.

And this is from Yahoo news. Okay. We're not, we're not fringe yet here. This is Yahoo news. Okay. And the article of this or the T the, the, the headline of this article says border patrol agents defied you validate police orders to remain outside of school. All right. It says the border patrol agents who killed the school shooter and you validate Texas on Tuesday, entered the school on their own accord.

After local law enforcement requested that they hold back to senior federal law enforcement sources told NBC news on Friday, the officers from Bortech border patrol, his tactical unit arrived at Robb elementary school. In you validate from a location about 40 miles away. According to the New York times agents from U S immigration and customs enforcement, Homeland security investigations arrived around the same time.

The federal sources also told NBC local law enforcement asked the two teams. And then task HSI agents with pulling school children out of the classroom windows Bortech agents waited about 30 minutes, 30 minutes, and then decided to ignore local law enforcement's request to remain outside, entering the school and neutralizing the gunman that's who did this, how much longer would this have gone on how much longer if these guys, these heroes, the ones who actually did their jobs, not even their jobs, their border patrol, they don't need to be jumping into school windows.

They're border patrol. There was a SWAT team there,

and these are the individuals that took this man, this coward down, not even a man coward.

And they waited there for 30 minutes. And imagine how long those 30 minutes felt like, especially if you're somebody who believes what's going on is. They must've been, oh my God. I can not imagine the heart wrench again, with all of the sounds, all of the agony, all of the chaos, all the parents. And then you sit there and watch the parents get tasered and pepper sprayed,

30 minutes. They sat outside and then finally they decided screw that we're going in and we're saving these children because that's what men, good men, good women like that. Mom do. They act, they don't retreat. When an 18 year old coward with a rifle, same type of rifle. You have it sitting there, shooting at you.

You move forward because it could have been two to three police officers' lives who were lost compared to 19 children. And I'd say that's a pretty fair.

And again, I wouldn't wish that on anybody. Um, in, in being a police officer, who's going to be the first on scene and the school shooting is not for everybody and I get it. But if you're in that position right now, and you're w you're second guessing the fact that you would be the person to go in, maybe you should be second guessing your occupation, because it may not happen to you, but it's going to happen.

There was 29 school shootings between 2010 and 2020 alone, 29, 2 0.9 per year, three school shootings, 50 states, 6% chance that it's in your state. How many major counties, while you work in a major county, 6% chance that it happens in your state, do the math. I'm not going to do it, but there's a likelihood.

There's a likelihood that you will be first on scene. And are you going to go in because if not give up your badge, find a new job and that's okay. What's not okay, is sitting outside of a school for 90 minutes. While you hear gunshots go off 50 feet from you and know that it's in a classroom full of children, and you're sitting outside doing nothing with a rifle in your hands.

This article goes on to say local law enforcement asked two teams to wait and then task HSI agents with pulling school children out of classroom windows. Bortech agents waited about 30 minutes and then decided to ignore local law enforcement's requests to remain outside, entering the school and neutralizing the gunman.

One of the Bortech agents sustained a graze wound to the head before killing the shooter 19 students and two teachers at Robb elementary school and the deadliest shooting since 2012 shooting at Sandy hook elementary school officials identified the gunman as insert cowards name.

An 18 year old resident of the valley. Local officers waited too long to respond, to answer the school and respond to the shooter, Texas department of public safety director. Steven McGraw told reporters at the press conference on Friday, Macross said that the on-scene commander at the time of the shooting, the police chief, Peter Aaron Datto believes that the gunman had barricaded himself without additional threat, without additional threat to children at the school.

And that there was time to bring in more officers and equipment for a tactical breach from the benefit of hindsight where I'm sitting now, of course it was not the right decision. It was the wrong decision period. There's no excuse for that. McGraw said,

there's your answer. They just told you we should've went in sooner. There's no argument on that. They just said it. K from the benefit of hindsight, it's the wrong decision.

Okay. You can't argue that that was from their mouth. Nobody else's are that's. That's what they said. Okay. They know they should have done something differently. At least this one individual is saying that, okay, now, something even more interesting, which we'll get to in a second, I'll finish up this article with you, but there's something about that police chief that comes up in the following days, two days after we'll find out that he starts to ghost ghost followup investigators from other organizations who are trying to question this around him, and then even more interesting things happen right after that.

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All right now, what we're going to go over is the police chief. Okay. The, you validate district police chief was gone for two days and then had a closed door ceremony. Okay. So let me read this. And again, this is from real news, no bullshit. It says breaking you valley a school district police chief, who was seen commander made the decisions that they shouldn't have gone in.

He was the decision maker at the school shooting was sworn in as the city council, as a city council member behind closed doors yesterday, it says Pete Aaron Datto, the valley school district police chief was sworn in as a city council member a week after a mass shooting left 21 dad and many more injured.

The chief who also served as the scene command around the shooting was sworn in behind closed doors. You validate mayor. Don McLaughlin said out of respect for the families who buried their children today and who are planning to bury their children in the next few days, no ceremony was held earlier.

Last week, our in data was elected to the city council. The mayor added that Aaron data was duly elected and that there was nothing in the city charter election code or Texas constitution that prohibits him from taking the oath of office. To our knowledge, we are currently not aware of any investigation of Mr.

Randazzo. The new news comes as Aaron Datto has not responded to investigators with Texas DPS and a statement on Tuesday. DPS said that the chief has not responded to a request for follow-up interviews with the Texas Rangers who are investigating the massacre. According to the officers we've interviewed Aaron Datto was the one who called on officers to stand down and wait for a tactical team before going into the school.

So this man not only ghosts, the Texas ranger.

They made some movies about the Texas Rangers. If you haven't seen them, they're good movies, Texas Rangers are crazy. At least they were crazy ghost. The Texas Rangers who were doing the followup investigation into the shooting for two full days after he's the chief commander. If you didn't do anything wrong, why are you hiding?

And also, it probably doesn't feel very good right now. If you're the parent, knowing the man who made the decision to not go in there and save your children is now city council member a week after the shooting, after everybody knew what he did after they already came out and said, what he did was wrong.

He gets a promotion and leave without a promotion, but he also gets this, this other position of power after horrific, like literally the worst thing that I can imagine. And again, from an empathetic perspective, he made a wrong decision and maybe that's. And we'll get to more crazier stuff here coming soon.

Trust me. Um, but for right now, let's call it what it was. It was a bad decision. It was a bad tactical decision. I would say. I'm probably not taking that city council member position. I'm probably getting out of the public eye as much as possible. I don't know. It seems weird to me, but then to ghost the Texas Rangers seems even more bizarre for two full days after this, this happens.

It seems like you would want to cooperate to the utmost. If you were that individual and how horrified you would have to be for the situation that occurred, knowing full well that you did everything in your power to stop it, or maybe you're questioning that. And that's why you go hide for two full days.

I don't know. Okay. So this is where it's going to get fun. All right. It's a good time to be a conspiracy theorist as my man, Joe Rogan with. It's a good time to be a conspiracy theorist. Cause you know, you got a lot of fucking ambient. There's a lot of ammo. It's a good time to be conspiracy theorists.

Cause you got a lot of ammo. All right. So now I will preface this. This is not my opinion. This is the opinion of a small fringe, minority of the internet, who should not be thinking these thoughts, what they're thinking them. So I'm going to talk about it. All right. So this is a horrific thing to have to think of.

Okay. This is a horrific path to go down and it speaks to where our country is as a whole that we have such a, I don't know, maybe I'm caught up in some weird algorithms. Maybe I'm in some weird echo chamber. I don't know. I try to stay away from echo chain. I try to get out there. I don't know. Maybe I am.

I don't know, but it seems to me like these types of narrative questionings are becoming far more. Far more common than in 2012 when the Sandy hook shooting happened. Because if you said something about that, then everybody looked at you. Like you were crazy, everybody. It was not a mainstream thought to think that, okay.

So this is a horrible thing to have to think of. It's a horrible thing to have, to even try to talk yourself out of thinking. Okay. But there has been events that have happened. If you recall Ted Cruz, who was questioning the director of the FBI, if I recall correctly, or somebody in that position who was in front of Congress being questioned on behalf of the FBI surrounding January 6th, saying that if you recall this conversation, I can't answer that question.

Was there an FBI agent who incited the January 6th situation? I can't answer that question. Was there any FBI agents. During the time of January 6th. I can't answer that question. Okay. So let's get something with a conversation about what he presented, which was the idea of a false flag. Okay. Now again, I don't think this is the right opinion.

I'm not saying I believe this. I'm not saying that at all, but there's definitely some weird things that have gone on that make you question narratives. Okay. And the fact that this is spilling into the mainstream, speaks to where we are as a culture. And this is horrific. And again, I'm not saying that, you know, when we went back to like the sh situation, that situation, there was people saying it doesn't exist.

These people weren't real. This never happened. Okay. Now I don't think it has to be that outrageous of a conversation. It doesn't have to be that outrageous at all. Think about it like this. You have an 18 year old who's in mental anguish whose mom's on math. Who's sick and. And he finds his own little echo chambers online.

He goes to rata and he goes to a four channel and he goes to whatever place you go to when you're sick in the head. And finds other people who are sick in that. Okay. Because if you think we already know the FBI knew of this individual, this coward, we already knew that we already know that they knew of him prior to this, that he was potentially making these threats.

We already know that. So we already know that they have software at all times that always identify as anybody who does anything like this. We already know that we already know if they talk about that online. Yeah. Probably getting flagged and somebody knows about you. Okay. So my point is that it doesn't take strapping you down within a leather chair and sitting in front of a TV, though.

It has a swirly little thing in the middle to get you to do something like this. What it could be is two individuals, a part of an organization who has a vested interest in moving towards the politicization of this conversation that convinces somebody who would, may have never done this in the first place.

And they do that by, I don't know. Hey buddy. Yeah. Yeah. My mom's on meth too. Isn't that? Yeah. Yeah. It's all right, dude. It's all good. You know, mom's on math. That's all right. You know, we got to take our anger out on the world though, man, you know, they go play some call of duty. You know, I'm not saying that has anything to do with it.

They go play some call of duty. Oh, check out this rifle, man. Watch this clip on it. This is pretty cool. You've been saving your money. Haven't you, man? Why don't you buy this one? This is cool. Oh. And get this magazine with it. And so it's these planning of seeds. It doesn't take this brainwashing television.

It takes one to three people. According to some sources, he was speaking to some girl in Germany, his girlfriend, or some girl that he had an interest in, in Germany that he was talking to. And so all it takes is somebody like that. We've seen it where the people have been tried for convincing other people to commit suicide or commit atrocious acts.

Okay, so it doesn't take a swirly TV sitting in front of you for you to defer, to convince somebody. It takes 2, 3, 4 accounts on Reddit, finding people who are already having these conversations and are mentally unhealthy, and then putting them in, giving them every step and every thought that they need, because they're agreeable because they're easy to convince because they're 18 stupid, their mom's on math and they have nothing good going on in their life.

And it takes a couple of little seeds that you can plant to get them to do it. Oh, Hey, I know somebody at that school, maybe we'll unlock the door for six minutes at this exact time. Not saying that was the case, but I'm saying that there's a situation that could present itself in some movie that could present itself this way.

All right. So that's the situation. It doesn't take a swirly TV. It doesn't take strapping and down to leather chair, it takes 2, 3, 4 accounts on Reddit to find one individual who's talking about these things and then to put them in the right position. Okay. So it's not that crazy of an idea in, in the reason that we're talking about these things right now is because there's been more conversations coming out.

There's been CIA documents like operation Northwoods, where our CIA, our own CIA presented the document that was approved by the joint chiefs of staff that said that we can attack college students. It says real or fake so that they were willing to kill college students in have people dress up as Cubans in order to try and convince the American people to go to war with Cuba.

This is on paper, operation, Northwoods, CIA reading room. Go find it right now, wrote a paper on it. Okay. This is a real thing. Okay. False flags have been presented in the past. Okay. Presented operation north was, is one of them where they actually talked about potentially. College-age students to convince the United States to go to war with Cuba.

Okay. Now, another interesting conversation surrounding this is the idea that Joe Biden has come out now and said that he wants to demolish the school two days after the shooting happened, he wants to demolish the school level. It, he said he doesn't want these kids to have to go through the anguish, which again is a logical thought in some ways it's like, yeah, I wouldn't want to go back to that school either.

If I'm a parent, I'm absolutely pulling my child out of that school. They're not going back there and I'm probably leaving that county. So I never have to deal with those cops again.

But Joe, Biden's talking about demolishing the school, the other school ship. Now I know Oxford, Oxford school still standing there. Nobody's talking about demolishing it, nobody. And you know what? Oxford was, Oxford was a individual, a young kid who did it to his own school. And I think that's an interesting conversation to have to there's.

You see Columbine, Columbine, all of these different school shootings, where somebody was at the school, they went to the school. They have a reason that they feel like this hatred for that place, right? These people, they did this to me, whatever that thought is, the horrific thought, right? Whatever that is, there's a reason they go into their own school and they do these things for somebody that randomly drive a truck that wasn't there as with $89,000 worth of weaponry to so happen, to crash right next to the school, to go to the back door at the exact time that it was opened in a school that has, if you don't know anything about elementary school security, it's pretty damn good.

Like there's pin pads. You got to get buzzed in. They bring it back to the front desk lady. She goes, hello. And you go, hi, I'm here to pick up so-and-so and then they see the picture of you. They know it's you, they know you're a parent. This is not the seventies, right? There's li there's see things that have been put in place for this not to occur.

And the fact that the back door happened to be open for a short minute period of time during this time is weird. Okay. Now I think it's important to discuss the fact that again, I don't think any of this, not a bit. All right. I'm just discussing with some people are saying online, the small fringe minority of people.

All right. So the other school that was demolished immediately following not immediately. It was four years after was Sandy hook. Weird, weird coincidence. Okay. Now also what I'm saying about that, if I go back and take a step back again to that, where I forgot where I was going with, that was the fact that what type of individual goes into a random elementary school.

You have nothing you, where is your rage being orient? Unless you're literally just like cloud chasing to be the villain of the century. Why would you go do this in that school? It's not your school. He didn't even go to school. He was out, why are you going into an elementary school and doing these things?

It makes no sense. And it was the same thing as Sandy hook made. No sense. Why, what is the motive? What is the reason that you go into that school? Why it makes no sense when you have something like Columbine happen when you have something like Oxford happened, there's the writing was on the wall, right?

There's the bullying, there's the, this there's the, that, there's the, you know, all of the, whatever you want to call it, this makes no sense at all. Makes no sense to me. No sense.

So now what I also think is interesting is the fact that this shooting happened a day before. And maybe we'll end on this topic. We'll lighten things up a little bit in the minute. Um, but back to being talking about a serious tragedy, um, this, this happened to happen the day before the Johnny Depp trial adjourned the day before it adjourned.

I think it'd be interesting if you put up like a calendar right on your wall. And every time there was a major celebrity event and the major political event and something horrific that happens, a war breaks out, a pandemic breaks out, you know, you list it all on the calendar, right? Like will Smith slaps the shit out of host of Oscars, a war breaks out.

Then the next one would be, uh, um, Johnny Depp. Sue's Amber heard for the most ridiculous clown trial you've ever seen and now school shootings. So if you like overlay all these major catastrophic, both celebrity. And horrific and geopolitical events that happened. What would that calendar look like? I don't know.

Be an interesting calendar, be an interesting calendar. So on the backs of that, that will conclude my conversation about you validate Texas, but we will continue on about Amber heard. If you didn't hear Amber heard, oh, lost her trial against Johnny Depp. Johnny Depp won the trial for the defamation lawsuit and will be awarded a sum of $350,000.

Now the reason there was a 350,000 is originally Johnny Depp sued Amber herd for 50 million, and then she counter sued for a hundred million and then he won the 50 million case. But none of it mattered because there was a $350,000 cap for the state. I don't know. If you watch the event, you watched it unfold.

There's a many, many people, almost everybody believes that Amber herb was crazy and she was making all of this up. All of it, you watch the trial. She seemed to be in character. She seemed to be, you know, um, losing her place in stories. There was a lot of things that she said that happened, that we're proved wrong, according to the lawyers and the legal counsel of Johnny Depp and according to the jury.

So $350,000 that Amber heard well now, oh, Johnny, that in a crazy weird trial that is now diverting us from our original serious conversation, which is exactly the point that I was trying to make before is if you can divert the conversation when something horrific like this happens. And, and, and also it's interesting to know what is going on during that calendar timeframe, where there was Johnny Depp.

Amber heard you validate Taxus world economics. The world economic forum summit in Davos, just so happened to be happening during all of this. That's what our next episode was. I'm sitting on a bunch of clips from Davos and the world economic forum summit right now, bill gates saying all sorts of crazy shit, all of this crazy stuff that's going on in Davos right now.

And our conversation's been diverted effectively in rightfully when something horrific like this happens, right? I'm not claiming to know anything other than what you guys know. I think it's horrific. It's a tragedy. It's terrible that it happened. I feel so horrifically bad for these parents. I can't imagine being in your position.

I can't even put it into words.

It's weird to me that all of these things tend to happen in, you know, blocks, but I dunno. So anyways, our next episode will be on the world economics. And on Davos, unless some crazy shit happens between now and then that I feel the need to jump on here and do another podcast with and push that out. But it has been concluded.

The Amber heard. So let's watch out for the next crazy celebrity political situation. Maybe Jennifer Lawrence is gonna, I don't know, uh, do an MMA fight against mark Walberg. What is the more outrageous thing than the last will Smith slapping him and Amber heard and Johnny Depp's trial? I don't know, but in the meantime, thank you guys so much for listening.

I appreciate you so much. Go ahead and hit that subscribe button, leave a five-star review. If you don't think that this was a five-star podcast. That's okay. I love feedback. Okay. Leave me a comment. Send me a message. Email me Austin. At red pill, is for losers. You can also go to red pill, dot, almost messed that up.

Red pill, revolution dot C O right now. And you can sign up to be a subscriber for donations. That is one of the only ways that you can help support me besides going ahead and checking out the life insurance quotes on the website, click the link. Like I said, $2 million, $63 a month. That's crazy. I don't know.

Maybe my wife is going to kill me and get in a really nice lump sum. According to a bunch of Netflix documentaries that happens quite often. Um, but $2 million gives me the peace of mind to know that no matter what happens to me, my family is taken care of. Um, I am not leaving my situ my kids, my wife, in a situation where they're left out in the dust, because something happens to me.

Okay. Red pill, Cover your assets, support the show, um, you know, protect yourself, protect your family. That's all it takes. All right. So, um, I have been going. On Tik TOK during these shows. So go ahead and follow me on Tik TOK at red pill revolt, you can see the show live. We're going to start doing that every week.

Um, so I hope you guys are enjoying it. I'm going to stick around after this for a few minutes and run through your comments. Uh, maybe go through some questions you guys have. Um, and I don't know, chat for a little bit. So, um, as of right now, that concludes our podcast. Thank you so much for listening. I appreciate you so much and welcome to the revolution.

Have a great day.

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