First Rumble LiveStream (Audio Only) (Transcript)

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Brandon: Alright guys, welcome to our first live stream. I guess you can rumble on and

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Brandon: we’re on rumble and we are on pal talk we’re on both because I also have a room

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Brandon: on pal talk so any of you guys that really want to watch this live stream go

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Brandon: ahead and jump over to the if you want to chat go over to the pal talk where

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Brandon: it’s open right now. So this is our first official live stream on rumble so you

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Brandon: have to kind of give us a second as I kind of work out the bugs work out kind

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Brandon: of what’s going on. It’s really interesting I’m trying to figure out how

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Brandon: we can actually see our live streams and stuff like that so you have to bear with

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Brandon: us like I said we are this is our first time like I said ever doing a live

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Brandon: stream with rumble so like I said you have to bear with us a little bit as we

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Brandon: kind of navigate this for the for the first time. I’m trying to see if you can

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Brandon: see I want to eat the live oh yeah you can look at that no you can’t actually

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Brandon: I gotta turn the volume down so you guys don’t get my volume. So it looks

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Brandon: pretty good if you guys are in rumble go ahead and jump on there on the chat if

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Brandon: you want to talk. Like I said just this is our first official live stream the

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Brandon: reason why I wanted to do this today was we’re gonna try to do more live stuff

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Brandon: Saturday probably more Saturday nights or Sundays we’re gonna try to do more

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Brandon: live stream stuff. The podcast is still going to be I’ll probably turn this

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Brandon: audio into a podcast at some point and then you’ll be able to you know hear it

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Brandon: on the audio those I know a lot of people listen on the audio and that’s

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Brandon: fantastic if that’s the way you like to listen I’m very happy either way I

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Brandon: appreciate you guys just taking the time to listen so but those of you that

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Brandon: haven’t and like I said we also have we also now

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Brandon: joined locals which is kind of a rumble thing our group if you want to join

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Brandon: rumble you’re gonna get exclusive content you’re gonna get live streams

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Brandon: you’re gonna get all that stuff in there like I said all additional content on

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Brandon: that’s five bucks a month and like I said you don’t have to join all the

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Brandon: other stuff is still gonna be free but we’re gonna try to start doing some live

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Brandon: streams along with the podcast the weekly podcast that we do is still gonna

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Brandon: be up that’s still gonna be free none of that is changing we’re just adding some

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Brandon: additional content here with the the live stream and as well with the like I

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Brandon: said we have a lot we’re gonna the live stream we’re gonna have the podcast and

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Brandon: then we might have an exclusive podcast that’s gonna only be on our local group

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Brandon: which is how you join you get the additional content but like I said it’s

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Brandon: something new for us that we haven’t tried before um I’m not actually not

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Brandon: usually on camera I’m mostly usually just behind the microphone talking but

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Brandon: like I said a lot of people wanted us to do stuff on rumble so we’ve been we just

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Brandon: started doing this on rumble so the other thing too is there’s all stuff on

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Brandon: there was about Tucker Carlson and all that kind of stuff and I just he’s saying

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Brandon: he has proof that me you know it’s just but I don’t know he’s another one I just

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Brandon: I can’t stand I mean I know he’s got a big following and all that but I never

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Brandon: had just I here’s problem with him and I don’t know I guess that I think he you

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Brandon: know I think he’s got a good show but I just don’t particularly care for myself

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Brandon: so I think well you know I think I should really adjust this camera if I go

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Brandon: to property adjust crop hate to crop out trying to see if it’ll look better me and

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Brandon: center this is something we should we should have figured out before we did

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Brandon: the look I think it would look better it does look I mean I put the flag so we

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Brandon: gotta hang the flag someplace else but that does actually look better where you

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Brandon: get me more in the thing you don’t get all this blank space I’m up to maybe

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Brandon: adjust with just the way it looks because now it looks much better because

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Brandon: then you can actually get me in the whole frame now and you’re not actually

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Brandon: getting you know all that stuff in the but yeah like I said I know Tucker has a

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Brandon: big audience and I think he is like I said I mean he does have some good point

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Brandon: to times but I don’t know I just this whole thing where he’s trying to do it

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Brandon: to January 6th it’s just ridiculous I just don’t have like I said I’m just not

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Brandon: a big fan of his and I just think that he’s not one of my you know he’s not

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Brandon: one of my favorite show hosts I like I like Megan Kelly actually a lot of

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Brandon: people ask me who do I like to watch I like to watch Megan Kelly especially now

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Brandon: she’s on satellite and obviously a big day coming up on rumble tomorrow with

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Brandon: Steven Crowder coming back now he’s coming to rumble a lot of people have

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Brandon: been waiting for that it’s been he’s been gone since what January so January

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Brandon: February now he’s coming back so much the end of March he’s been off the air

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Brandon: for a couple of months now he’s coming back you know obviously he had his biz

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Brandon: issues with the blaze and stuff like that and just the whole situation with

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Brandon: them and saying they’re gonna demonetize him if he’s actually you know not not

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Brandon: doing what you know he’s he you know he he didn’t want to build a business he

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Brandon: was a he always has been a content creator and there’s nothing wrong with

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Brandon: that but he always wanted to be that content creator he never wanted to

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Brandon: actually have to run the business end of it I think he just wants to wanted to

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Brandon: kind of get in there do his job and all that kind of stuff and he just never

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Brandon: wanted to run the business yeah like I said I like I said I watch Megan Kelly

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Brandon: a lot I really like her show on satellite and negative now the crowders

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Brandon: I’ll definitely Crowder I might get a pipe make join his mug club I actually

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Brandon: like I said I do I actually content he like I said he had never really wanted

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Brandon: to start a business on 10 but unfortunately in the world we can’t

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Brandon: create content just expect to get paid for especially you know when you’re

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Brandon: doing the kind of stuff he does you know it’s not it’s not feasible you have to

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Brandon: kind of create your own little thing you know kumi has done it

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Brandon: McGinnis is gonna a lot of those guys that are more on the right have really

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Brandon: created a platform for themselves you know with you know with subscription

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Brandon: based services and stuff like that my old thing is he’s such a big he’s such a

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Brandon: big-time streamer you know he the first thing when he tried to do to do this

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Brandon: before he had so many problems with the platform rumble I think is scaled up or

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Brandon: at least is big enough to handle him that I remember when he first started

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Brandon: doing the signup thing the servers crashed on him and stuff like now he

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Brandon: seems to be like I said ready to roll for tomorrow so I like I said I’ll be

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Brandon: watching 10 o’clock like I said here on rumble and on you he’s gonna be still

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Brandon: doing his YouTube thing which I understand why he doesn’t want to lose

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Brandon: that on but that’s gonna be I mean now he you know it’s something I hope for

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Brandon: his sake that nothing happens because if he gets taken off YouTube he might lose

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Brandon: a chunk of his audience maybe not because rumble is you know he’s got the

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Brandon: runt with the followers on rumble now but like I said I know he’s still gonna

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Brandon: do so like I said that’s like I said he’s gonna be like he’s gonna be just

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Brandon: fine coming up here you know on I’ve been you’re gonna see right now rumble

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Brandon: also has I think Donald Trump jr. was supposed to do a show in here like I

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Brandon: said you Donald Trump jr. was supposed to do a show on but I think you’re gonna

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Brandon: see I’m actually going I’m actually curious to see what’s gonna happen going

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Brandon: forward when Joe Rogan’s contract up he gonna see if he’s gonna stay with

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Brandon: Spotify or rumble with I’ll bring him over because to me Crowder joining

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Brandon: rumble and and brogan joining Spotify it’s kind of like when a stern joined

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Brandon: Sirius XM back in the day a lot of people saying that that Crowder got some

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Brandon: equity with with his join definitely I wouldn’t surprise me if he did he’s a

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Brandon: pretty big name so they might have had a stern guy I know got got stuff like got

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Brandon: equity and some of that in Sirius XM when he joined because it was such a big

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Brandon: big thing and the only thing financially compensated was giving him stock so I

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Brandon: wouldn’t be surprised if Crowder got some stock with his deal to be able you

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Brandon: know to you know to compensate him so we’ll see what happens but I do think

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Brandon: the platform is big enough rumble especially if accommodate him now so I’d

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Brandon: be curious to say I know he did when you go to sign up for his thing he tells you

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Brandon: how many mug club how many members are part of his group so he’s got quite a

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Brandon: few members but he’s also gonna be doing like like what Anthony Cooney does over

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Brandon: compound me he’s gonna be producing other shows and stuff like that so that

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Brandon: actually really doesn’t doesn’t surprise me that he’s gonna be bringing in other

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Brandon: you know other people now to help bring in additional people for his

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Brandon: subscription service so I guess that I’m really interested really interested in

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Brandon: that and it just shows you the you know what and and I like what Crowder had

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Brandon: said he did he’s done a bunch of interviews over the last couple of days

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Brandon: the last couple of weeks talking about his return and you know I have to say

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Brandon: one thing he really pointed out that the really big selling point with rumble is

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Brandon: that you could say whatever you want and nobody you know there’s no you know

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Brandon: there’s no repercussions for it if they ever start doing the start doing what

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Brandon: YouTube’s doing your Facebook’s doing rumble is it rumble would take a big hit

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Brandon: because Rome that’s kind of their selling point as you come to my platform

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Brandon: will give you can say what you want you do what you want you know it doesn’t

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Brandon: matter we don’t we don’t edit you know we don’t filter we don’t do you know you

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Brandon: can do what you want on our platform that’s the big selling point so if he

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Brandon: would if they would start like censoring people on rumble I mean a lot of people

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Brandon: would leave rumble because that’s their big hook right now is is that so that’s

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Brandon: why I like this star our our live streams are only on rumble and pal talk

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Brandon: because both of them let us say what we want I’ve had videos up on YouTube

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Brandon: before that have been taken down I’ve had our old survivalist pod channel got

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Brandon: taken down when I did a when Trump was running for president I did a an

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Brandon: episode called Air Force Trump and it got taken down because you know people

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Brandon: didn’t like that I was supporting him for for president at the time you know

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Brandon: it’s just you know it’s it’s not right and especially it all there’s all really

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Brandon: got inflamed to me especially during kovat when everything started happening

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Brandon: with with kovat a lot of people started getting like oversensitive to this kind

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Brandon: of thing I know it’s so we mean ever since Trump got on I mean from the day

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Brandon: Trump got on I’m barding him and all that kind of stuff and I didn’t think it

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Brandon: was fair but you know it got to the point where it just was not it you got

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Brandon: some of it they mean all the news networks became the Trump hate net except

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Brandon: for Fox News and even them sometimes go after them but you know you keep you

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Brandon: know my and I talked about it on my other podcast I podcast out live I’ll

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Brandon: just I guess it’s how to describe it about how you know we’re taking down off

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Brandon: of off of you know if they were taking down off as iTunes YouTube I mean look

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Brandon: at people like Alex Jones that were completely deplatformed Gavin Mcginnis

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Brandon: Anthony Kumi all those guys were completely deplatformed but here’s the

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Brandon: thing some of those people were deplatformed for saying that you know

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Brandon: that now is true so why aren’t those videos being retires why aren’t those

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Brandon: people being given apology why isn’t why aren’t those videos being put back up

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Brandon: what people been able to come back you know you’re you’re telling you’re

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Brandon: taking people down for what they say but if the thing turned out to be true

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Brandon: they’re still off and that’s not really fair and I think that’s kind of the

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Brandon: appealing point to rumble of okay you know you do you know you’re you know

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Brandon: we’re not gonna censor any of that because what if what these people turned

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Brandon: out to be true a year from two years maybe at that moment there’s not enough

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Brandon: proof maybe at that moment there’s not enough but that’s no reason to take

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Brandon: somebody because I mean let’s be real now it’s turning out that the Wuhan

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Brandon: thing was true now turning out you know that things that they they said weren’t

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Brandon: true with COVID is now true you know and and I think maybe people were

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Brandon: oversensitive sensitive to it at the time especially even now like in my

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Brandon: podcast last part I wanted to bring it up on a live stream because he’s a bunch

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Brandon: of people watching and thank you guys who are watching I do appreciate you

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Brandon: know like I said one of the things that really gets to me is like I said

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Brandon: especially during COVID and especially with with the mainstream media a prime

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Brandon: example is if you said anything about the vaccines you’re or anything about

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Brandon: COVID you immediately got flagged maybe didn’t get taken down but your content

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Brandon: got flagged some people got demonetized and then you have other people as well

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Brandon: that especially got that I really don’t think was fair that that they really you

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Brandon: know these things that happen now are true and and they’re still being

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Brandon: demonetized and then you know you get the mainstream media who sensationalizes

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Brandon: things all the time which I don’t agree with that you know like look at this

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Brandon: whole banking thing I mean look at how I mean it’s one bank it was one maybe two

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Brandon: banks okay that this whole thing was a Silicon Valley bank there was another

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Brandon: bank they had two banks and then all of a sudden the mainstream media got a hold

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Brandon: of this whole thing and it just got blown way where they’re afraid people

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Brandon: were gonna make runs on the banks and all that kind of stuff like why is this

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Brandon: why why are like why is the news being allowed to sensationalize why is the

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Brandon: news being loud I mean yes the sensationalizing things but you know

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Brandon: you’re looking at because of the news something and Silicon Valley Bank is a

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Brandon: small bank and was it gonna be an issue yes but because of this major them

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Brandon: sensationalizing it and blowing everything up you know they were afraid

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Brandon: that people were gonna make a run on the bank and this whole fear-monger with

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Brandon: this bank they were afraid people were gonna go withdraw all their money and

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Brandon: stuff like that come on people are not gonna withdraw all their money I mean

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Brandon: what what if you don’t need I mean what was it it was all fear-mongering a lot

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Brandon: of people got scared a lot of people were afraid and that’s what that’s what

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Brandon: caused these people to make the run of the banks it wasn’t it was you know the

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Brandon: news got a hold of it and just blew it out of proportion that’s exactly what

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Brandon: happened the news got a hold of it and blow it out of and you know and that

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Brandon: that’s the crazy part it’s not these people didn’t you know these people in

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Brandon: the news they blow this stuff blown out of proportion and I mean it ended in

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Brandon: those calls the banking issue it you know the the look on Valley Bank didn’t

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Brandon: call the bank it was the news scaring everybody into thinking that they’re not

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Brandon: gonna be able to get their money and they’re afraid everybody’s gonna run to

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Brandon: the bank you know the news did it not not the bank and I think that’s kind of

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Brandon: a really an important point that okay people all you know the news media in

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Brandon: this country especially you know the left they love you know they they need

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Brandon: stories now that that they don’t you know and and okay well let’s take this

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Brandon: thing about one bank let’s blow it out of proportion so everybody know and then

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Brandon: you know it gets to the point of the White House that a step in to try to

00:13:24.780 –> 00:13:27.620
Brandon: calm people down say no no no we’re gonna bail them out we’re gonna bail

00:13:27.620 –> 00:13:30.780
Brandon: them out well yeah of course they’re gonna bail them out because if they

00:13:30.780 –> 00:13:34.480
Brandon: don’t people are gonna make a run on the banks and then everybody’s gonna you

00:13:34.480 –> 00:13:38.140
Brandon: know then we could have a an issue in this country with the bank so I think

00:13:38.140 –> 00:13:42.220
Brandon: it’s just really ridiculous and I think it’s it’s just ridiculous that the the

00:13:42.220 –> 00:13:49.260
Brandon: mainstream the news they caused a problem with by fear-mongering personally

00:13:49.260 –> 00:13:53.080
Brandon: and then – you have these companies that were these these tech startups that are

00:13:53.080 –> 00:13:58.160
Brandon: at Silicon Valley Bank that are basically you know they’re they’re

00:13:58.160 –> 00:14:02.840
Brandon: cryptocurrency companies they’re all these kind of companies that are

00:14:02.840 –> 00:14:08.180
Brandon: anti-government and like no no no do we’re cryptocurrency we don’t the banks

00:14:08.180 –> 00:14:11.260
Brandon: involved we don’t want the government involved but yet they’re they’re the

00:14:11.260 –> 00:14:13.900
Brandon: ones that were encouraging the government to come in and bail them out

00:14:13.900 –> 00:14:17.260
Brandon: because of this problem with Silicon Bank well if you’re a crypto company

00:14:17.260 –> 00:14:20.120
Brandon: and you don’t want the government involved why are you begging the

00:14:20.120 –> 00:14:23.260
Brandon: government to come in and bail you out now so that’s why I’m really hesitant

00:14:23.260 –> 00:14:27.460
Brandon: with this whole cryptocurrency thing and this whole NFT thing I just think that I

00:14:27.460 –> 00:14:32.020
Brandon: mean I’m I am very anti-government like sort of like I think that we need a

00:14:32.020 –> 00:14:35.060
Brandon: government but I have the government sticking their nose places doesn’t belong

00:14:35.060 –> 00:14:39.100
Brandon: and unfortunately I think that this cryptocurrency thing because the

00:14:39.100 –> 00:14:41.820
Brandon: cryptocurrency is gonna crash nobody’s gonna go and bail it out and I think

00:14:41.820 –> 00:14:45.220
Brandon: that people that put their money in crypto might be taking too much of a

00:14:45.220 –> 00:14:49.540
Brandon: chance because there is no protection oh yeah FDIC insurance or anything like

00:14:49.540 –> 00:14:53.660
Brandon: that in cryptocurrency and I think that’s a really really big issue right

00:14:53.660 –> 00:14:58.740
Brandon: now because as much as I do like crypto and decentralization and Bitcoin and all

00:14:58.740 –> 00:15:02.940
Brandon: that kind of stuff I think the fact that there is no governing body for it I

00:15:02.940 –> 00:15:07.180
Brandon: think makes it a little scary because the fact is like I said you know these

00:15:07.180 –> 00:15:10.180
Brandon: companies these cryptocurrency companies were begging the government to come in

00:15:10.180 –> 00:15:16.300
Brandon: and bail them out but yet in the end they were like hey you know we don’t

00:15:16.300 –> 00:15:20.580
Brandon: we’re anti-government we’re anti this crypto don’t you know we know but yet

00:15:20.580 –> 00:15:23.900
Brandon: when they were about to lose all like what like 40 50 million that one

00:15:23.900 –> 00:15:27.100
Brandon: cryptocurrency company had in Silicon Valley Bank they were like please mr.

00:15:27.100 –> 00:15:31.380
Brandon: government come in and bail us out so I I just think it’s gonna be I don’t I

00:15:31.380 –> 00:15:35.100
Brandon: just think that it needs a little more I hate to say needs more regulation but

00:15:35.100 –> 00:15:39.740
Brandon: maybe it made we need crypto currents sure I don’t know maybe there should be

00:15:39.740 –> 00:15:43.700
Brandon: an in some kind of insurance you can get on crypto crisis okay well you know I

00:15:43.700 –> 00:15:48.260
Brandon: own $100,000 say I owned $100,000 with a crypto current okay I want to buy

00:15:48.260 –> 00:15:51.060
Brandon: insurance on that like you can buy homeowners insurance or maybe there

00:15:51.060 –> 00:15:54.300
Brandon: needs to be some kind of like crypto currency me and if teach insurance I

00:15:54.300 –> 00:15:58.660
Brandon: don’t know um I don’t know if that’s an idea or not I don’t know if anybody

00:15:58.660 –> 00:16:03.020
Brandon: would think would be up for that but I the only thing I could think of is that

00:16:03.020 –> 00:16:07.420
Brandon: that would be something we could try like you have me because cuz they’re

00:16:07.420 –> 00:16:10.860
Brandon: like in Europe like so we’re we’re in a very things like in this country

00:16:10.860 –> 00:16:14.180
Brandon: especially with cyber being some of the companies to carry cyber so you have

00:16:14.180 –> 00:16:18.580
Brandon: personal people like if your bank attack your bank had me good on that well in

00:16:18.580 –> 00:16:22.940
Brandon: Europe and places like that the the consumer is we’re supposed to give car

00:16:22.940 –> 00:16:27.800
Brandon: insurance you have cyber insurance and you as an independent individual have to

00:16:27.800 –> 00:16:31.580
Brandon: have your own cyber insurance in Europe people don’t realize and we’re lucky in

00:16:31.580 –> 00:16:35.220
Brandon: America we don’t have to do that but over there they do so maybe they need to

00:16:35.220 –> 00:16:38.500
Brandon: have some kind of like doing cyber and car insurance I’m you know maybe you

00:16:38.500 –> 00:16:41.980
Brandon: don’t not everybody has to have it but maybe that’s something that maybe would

00:16:41.980 –> 00:16:46.420
Brandon: be beneficial is having some sort of a crypto and it’s or something I don’t

00:16:46.420 –> 00:16:49.260
Brandon: know so I guess it I thought it was interesting with the whole Silicon Valley

00:16:49.260 –> 00:16:53.500
Brandon: Bank only because a lot of those guys are anti-government you know libertarian

00:16:53.500 –> 00:16:55.740
Brandon: views and some of that but yet all of a sudden when they’re they’re gonna lose

00:16:55.740 –> 00:17:00.100
Brandon: their 50 million dollars in funding from their investors they’re like come in and

00:17:00.100 –> 00:17:04.660
Brandon: mail us out please but the only people don’t realize – and an idea I actually

00:17:04.660 –> 00:17:07.780
Brandon: did not know this um and I thought I knew a lot about stuff like that but

00:17:07.780 –> 00:17:12.540
Brandon: apparently startup businesses are actually that have 50 million dollars in

00:17:12.540 –> 00:17:17.420
Brandon: the bank are supposed to have something called floating to the FD supposed to

00:17:17.420 –> 00:17:21.860
Brandon: have something float and she covers them over that I do actually know that I’ve

00:17:21.860 –> 00:17:26.800
Brandon: never that much at one time um and I probably would be afraid to anyway if I

00:17:26.800 –> 00:17:29.180
Brandon: had that kind of me I probably would have split it up or a couple checking

00:17:29.180 –> 00:17:32.500
Brandon: out so I know banks you know companies can’t do that but I probably would have

00:17:32.500 –> 00:17:36.060
Brandon: but if you’re a big company like that you’re supposed to have some float and

00:17:36.060 –> 00:17:39.020
Brandon: turn to my attorney and I talked to her about and she had actually said to me

00:17:39.020 –> 00:17:41.740
Brandon: that why didn’t these companies have floating drums I explained it to me that

00:17:41.740 –> 00:17:46.000
Brandon: if you’re a business that has over the FDIC insured amount you’re supposed to

00:17:46.000 –> 00:17:49.780
Brandon: have inch on that money now obviously I don’t think any of these startups had it

00:17:49.780 –> 00:17:52.860
Brandon: maybe they couldn’t afford it I don’t know but either way you’re supposed to

00:17:52.860 –> 00:17:56.960
Brandon: have it and I thought that was something interesting as well that I didn’t know

00:17:56.960 –> 00:18:00.220
Brandon: about and then nobody mentioned it on any of the mainstream news media about

00:18:00.220 –> 00:18:04.100
Brandon: it but apparently these companies should have had this kind so whatever whatever

00:18:04.100 –> 00:18:08.020
Brandon: that means you know I don’t know maybe the companies don’t know but the bank

00:18:08.020 –> 00:18:12.340
Brandon: even too isn’t they’re not all so a couple my couple issues I have with the

00:18:12.340 –> 00:18:16.560
Brandon: back one they fired their their risk analysis persons every bank is supposed

00:18:16.560 –> 00:18:20.080
Brandon: to have a risk analysis person with a risk that the bank is taking with the

00:18:20.080 –> 00:18:24.580
Brandon: money and apparently they had fired the guy whoever hired him or something but

00:18:24.580 –> 00:18:28.400
Brandon: the other thing is – I brought up to a bunch of people that Silicon Valley Bank

00:18:28.400 –> 00:18:33.920
Brandon: had bought Treasury insurance or Treasury natural had bought Treasury but

00:18:33.920 –> 00:18:37.380
Brandon: they’re a safe kind of thing where if you buy a treasury about in ten years

00:18:37.380 –> 00:18:40.880
Brandon: whatever matures and you make money on that they’re pretty safe but the problem

00:18:40.880 –> 00:18:44.140
Brandon: is Treasury bonds because the way the government has gone up and up and up and

00:18:44.140 –> 00:18:47.940
Brandon: up with the insurance rates higher the less value that these Treasury but and

00:18:47.940 –> 00:18:51.280
Brandon: some of the charging bonds that they had bought were only like worth like 60

00:18:51.280 –> 00:18:56.840
Brandon: cents on the dollar which is not really you know isn’t a good thing so the more

00:18:56.840 –> 00:18:59.760
Brandon: every time the government went up with these Treasury but a worthless or they

00:18:59.760 –> 00:19:02.560
Brandon: take more and that was kind of part of the problem the government had kind of

00:19:02.560 –> 00:19:08.140
Brandon: caused this problem by you know raising the interest rates so maybe it is the

00:19:08.140 –> 00:19:11.440
Brandon: government’s responsibility to come in and kind of fix this I don’t know I’m

00:19:11.440 –> 00:19:16.120
Brandon: not saying you know I’m not necessarily jump in and fiction but in my opinion

00:19:16.120 –> 00:19:19.600
Brandon: they may have actually caused all this by keep upping the interest rates up in

00:19:19.600 –> 00:19:22.160
Brandon: the interest up in the interest rate causes Treasury but it might have been

00:19:22.160 –> 00:19:26.040
Brandon: their response on Bennett maybe save this since they caused the problem but

00:19:26.040 –> 00:19:28.960
Brandon: like I said I think the reason they jumped into was they’re afraid of a run

00:19:28.960 –> 00:19:32.000
Brandon: of the bank and you know and the government only jumped in because they

00:19:32.000 –> 00:19:35.880
Brandon: were afraid you know the economy is in a tough spot as it is right now and they

00:19:35.880 –> 00:19:41.240
Brandon: are so afraid of you know anything hurting this economy or she on shaky

00:19:41.240 –> 00:19:44.880
Brandon: grounds as it is and you know and so they’re very I think they’re a little

00:19:44.880 –> 00:19:48.000
Brandon: they’re a little afraid of that as well so that’s what they but I like I said I

00:19:48.000 –> 00:19:52.480
Brandon: you know the this whole thing with the the economy of the government spending I

00:19:52.480 –> 00:19:55.200
Brandon: mean look at how what’s in April here in another couple of them a weaker not one

00:19:55.200 –> 00:20:00.040
Brandon: another twelve I’m sorry eleven days ten no no months going fast um and the other

00:20:00.040 –> 00:20:02.800
Brandon: problem I have with the two is they we still haven’t gotten this whole debt

00:20:02.800 –> 00:20:06.600
Brandon: ceiling we’re still working on that the go you know the Republicans are saying

00:20:06.600 –> 00:20:10.960
Brandon: they want so much in cutback but that’s gonna cost like two points some million

00:20:10.960 –> 00:20:15.000
Brandon: jobs and the Democrats don’t want that because that’s gonna hit the recession

00:20:15.000 –> 00:20:18.460
Brandon: that’s gonna make it that’s gonna make the gonna make the recession even harder

00:20:18.460 –> 00:20:22.520
Brandon: because you have a lot of job loss with these cutbacks so I’m kind of in I hate

00:20:22.520 –> 00:20:25.600
Brandon: to say this but I’m kind of I hate to say this but I’m kind of sliding with

00:20:25.600 –> 00:20:29.400
Brandon: the Democrats as far as the debt ceiling goes we can’t really yes we need to cut

00:20:29.400 –> 00:20:33.200
Brandon: back maybe we need to repeal some of these bills but the problem is what do

00:20:33.200 –> 00:20:36.080
Brandon: you repeal you know the problem is the this infrastructure bill the Democrats

00:20:36.080 –> 00:20:39.360
Brandon: pass and while I’m not all for it you know I live in Pennsylvania we have some

00:20:39.360 –> 00:20:44.280
Brandon: of the worst roads in the world in the country just in the country alone let

00:20:44.280 –> 00:20:49.360
Brandon: alone the world but you know we have some of the worst world roast worst roads

00:20:49.360 –> 00:20:53.160
Brandon: of any developed nation in Pennsylvania and some of the worst in Pennsylvania

00:20:53.160 –> 00:20:56.160
Brandon: when they said they gave the roads in Pennsylvania see I said that’s that’s

00:20:56.160 –> 00:21:00.320
Brandon: being generous I think a D would have been much more you know much closer to

00:21:00.320 –> 00:21:04.600
Brandon: the real realization but and our bridges especially bridges in Pennsylvania we

00:21:04.600 –> 00:21:07.920
Brandon: have some of the worst bridges in the world them but you know you know so you

00:21:07.920 –> 00:21:11.560
Brandon: don’t want to cut that spending because we do need infrastructure you know and

00:21:11.560 –> 00:21:14.720
Brandon: then okay so broadband internet I don’t think we need we don’t want to cut that

00:21:14.720 –> 00:21:17.520
Brandon: back because I think the Internet’s the future is a lot of kids homeschooling

00:21:17.520 –> 00:21:20.680
Brandon: now so we need how everybody should have it everybody should have access net

00:21:20.680 –> 00:21:24.680
Brandon: especially in this day I still know people that still on a crappy DSL or on

00:21:24.680 –> 00:21:28.720
Brandon: dial-up so we do need to do something about but the problem is where where do

00:21:28.720 –> 00:21:31.780
Brandon: you cut back where do you cut the bill back I’m sure there’s padding in there

00:21:31.780 –> 00:21:34.960
Brandon: for other thing you know but but the problem is where do you start cutting

00:21:34.960 –> 00:21:38.720
Brandon: back and the problem is if you do cut back you know now you course because you

00:21:38.720 –> 00:21:42.160
Brandon: cut back you have to make another bill is gonna have to include the stuff you

00:21:42.160 –> 00:21:47.400
Brandon: got rid of and it’s just this kind of this downward spiral that of this the

00:21:47.400 –> 00:21:51.400
Brandon: spending stuff that I don’t know it’s a hard situation to fix and I don’t think

00:21:51.400 –> 00:21:54.520
Brandon: people in Washington are gonna get it done or can get it done but it’s just

00:21:54.520 –> 00:21:58.760
Brandon: where do you you know where do you cut and if you are gonna cut the spending do

00:21:58.760 –> 00:22:00.600
Brandon: you really want to cut the infrastructure said we have some of the

00:22:00.600 –> 00:22:05.160
Brandon: worst roads you know in this country of any developed nation not of developing

00:22:05.160 –> 00:22:08.800
Brandon: nation I’m not saying everybody but some of the worst roads in of developed nations I

00:22:08.800 –> 00:22:12.000
Brandon: know my state has some of the worst roads in the country do you really want

00:22:12.000 –> 00:22:16.240
Brandon: to cut back on things like bridges I mean especially a bridge or you know on

00:22:16.240 –> 00:22:19.720
Brandon: roads I mean the high-speed internet I think of the power grid stuff they want

00:22:19.720 –> 00:22:22.920
Brandon: to do is important the problem is where do you and I’m not saying that these

00:22:22.920 –> 00:22:26.200
Brandon: bills aren’t padded because we all know they’re in the old joke we all watched

00:22:26.200 –> 00:22:29.680
Brandon: independence on the guy goes you don’t really think they spend $40,000 on a

00:22:29.680 –> 00:22:33.920
Brandon: hammer $50,000 on a toilet seat do you I mean we know they pad these things but

00:22:33.920 –> 00:22:37.800
Brandon: you know it’s a tough situation in the sense of where you gonna cut and if we

00:22:37.800 –> 00:22:41.480
Brandon: do cut it is gonna hurt I think it is gonna hit the country I think it’s gonna

00:22:41.480 –> 00:22:45.440
Brandon: put us more into a recession because if you remember when Obama was in office in

00:22:45.440 –> 00:22:50.200
Brandon: 2008 he tried to get a stimulus package he got a couple stimulus packages

00:22:50.200 –> 00:22:54.880
Brandon: passed for infrastructure and that did kind of stimulate the economy a little

00:22:54.880 –> 00:22:57.840
Brandon: bit cuz I know a lot of buddies of mine that weren’t working that are on the

00:22:57.840 –> 00:23:01.920
Brandon: road crew were working on after Obama had after Obama had his stimulus pack

00:23:01.920 –> 00:23:05.360
Brandon: for the infrastructure and I’m not saying that’s the I do know if they get repeals

00:23:05.360 –> 00:23:09.840
Brandon: and who do I do know people that are very busy right now because of that

00:23:09.840 –> 00:23:12.720
Brandon: buddy of mine that works for an electrical company that puts in the

00:23:12.720 –> 00:23:16.080
Brandon: electric charging they are actually extremely busy where they wanted that

00:23:16.080 –> 00:23:19.520
Brandon: bill back there one of the company one of the subcontracts laying out all the

00:23:19.520 –> 00:23:23.320
Brandon: the charging is gonna come into place so I I don’t I don’t think that I don’t

00:23:23.320 –> 00:23:26.240
Brandon: think that you know repeat you know cuz that’s the first thing they say well

00:23:26.240 –> 00:23:29.960
Brandon: let’s repeal the infrastructure but you know I I don’t think that’s the answer

00:23:29.960 –> 00:23:33.360
Brandon: because I think you know that some of that stuff is important and I don’t

00:23:33.360 –> 00:23:36.880
Brandon: think that’s the answer I and you know obviously the first it was the Medicare

00:23:36.880 –> 00:23:39.740
Brandon: stuff obviously that’s all Social Security’s all that stuff is all we know

00:23:39.740 –> 00:23:42.920
Brandon: they’re not gonna repeal that stuff they can’t people rely on that that some

00:23:42.920 –> 00:23:46.320
Brandon: people’s only source of it so that stuff’s off table so where are they gonna

00:23:46.320 –> 00:23:50.520
Brandon: cut I mean that that’s kind of the issue where you gonna cut you’re not gonna cut

00:23:50.520 –> 00:23:54.680
Brandon: the fence spending I mean hey look what’s going on in Ukraine right now

00:23:54.680 –> 00:23:58.520
Brandon: look what’s going on with China we might be in a war China soon I mean we just

00:23:58.520 –> 00:24:02.560
Brandon: got out of Afghanistan look at how much 17 years we plowed money into that it’s

00:24:02.560 –> 00:24:06.440
Brandon: where do you cut and in the last time we cut you know infrastructure I’m sorry

00:24:06.440 –> 00:24:11.920
Brandon: infinite last time but a budget for defense spending I mean we had a 9/11 I

00:24:11.920 –> 00:24:16.640
Brandon: mean and I hate to say that that’s all the of the country but I mean you know

00:24:16.640 –> 00:24:20.120
Brandon: during the Clinton administration’s budget we’re cutting a little bit every year and

00:24:20.120 –> 00:24:23.680
Brandon: then after 9/11 it went right back up but we’ve never cut the thing since

00:24:23.680 –> 00:24:28.100
Brandon: because we kind of get caught with our kind of got caught with our you know

00:24:28.100 –> 00:24:32.240
Brandon: without a plan without the you know a tuition you know and because of that I

00:24:32.240 –> 00:24:35.800
Brandon: don’t think defense spending will ever be a thing that they cut ever again no

00:24:35.800 –> 00:24:38.800
Brandon: president wants another 9/11 on there you know we were cutting defense

00:24:38.800 –> 00:24:42.240
Brandon: spending for years on the Clinton and we didn’t have any wars we limit that

00:24:42.240 –> 00:24:46.240
Brandon: because he was trying to keep us out of war to save money and you know and then

00:24:46.240 –> 00:24:49.940
Brandon: and then look at you know look at what happened you know I mean you shouldn’t

00:24:49.940 –> 00:24:53.060
Brandon: did you can’t cut and defense spending no president wants another 9/11 on their

00:24:53.060 –> 00:24:55.920
Brandon: watch so they’re never gonna cut defense so where are you gonna cut where are

00:24:55.920 –> 00:25:00.000
Brandon: you gonna cut you tell me tell me you know I laugh about where you gonna but

00:25:00.000 –> 00:25:04.020
Brandon: that’s really the truth is there’s not many places you can cut when it comes to

00:25:04.020 –> 00:25:09.260
Brandon: this the government but um they you know the Democrats are refusing to raise the

00:25:09.260 –> 00:25:12.900
Brandon: debts and because they want cutbacks and I’m not saying there aren’t things that

00:25:12.900 –> 00:25:15.560
Brandon: could be I’m sure there’s they’re sure if they go through the budget line by

00:25:15.560 –> 00:25:20.020
Brandon: line they have to cut but the problem with that is is what do you cut how much

00:25:20.020 –> 00:25:24.540
Brandon: of it do you cut and then where’s in where these the money that we are

00:25:24.540 –> 00:25:27.480
Brandon: cutting is that gonna go to something else because then that’s not really

00:25:27.480 –> 00:25:30.980
Brandon: cutting then if you have what I’m trying to say you know if I’m take here well

00:25:30.980 –> 00:25:33.960
Brandon: then I really didn’t save anything just kind of move saving means we’re not

00:25:33.960 –> 00:25:37.440
Brandon: going to spend it and that’s just not something do well in this country when

00:25:37.440 –> 00:25:41.220
Brandon: it comes to the federal government so like I said we’ll have to see I’d like

00:25:41.220 –> 00:25:44.040
Brandon: to see what happens with that I mean the debt they said what we’re good with the

00:25:44.040 –> 00:25:48.040
Brandon: debt ceiling till what April so we’re gonna be coming up here to the Treasury

00:25:48.040 –> 00:25:51.580
Brandon: said what the debts so I’m curious to see what’s gonna happen with that now

00:25:51.580 –> 00:25:55.300
Brandon: over the next probably on the next quote next it’s coming to April here soon so

00:25:55.300 –> 00:25:59.220
Brandon: I’m curious to see if we have another crisis of that now well that with the

00:25:59.220 –> 00:26:03.540
Brandon: with the debt ceiling is that gonna I mean they’re gonna have to raise it I

00:26:03.540 –> 00:26:06.840
Brandon: can’t picture cutting that much but I mean I feel in there I feel they’re

00:26:06.840 –> 00:26:09.420
Brandon: gonna have to it so we’ll have to keep an eye and see what happens with that I

00:26:09.420 –> 00:26:13.900
Brandon: just don’t promise where do you you know that’s that’s kind of the whole problem

00:26:13.900 –> 00:26:17.800
Brandon: and now especially you know and I’m gonna hate to use a spending thing but

00:26:17.800 –> 00:26:21.040
Brandon: that’s kind of the hot topic for me anyway you know you have companies now

00:26:21.040 –> 00:26:25.540
Brandon: like like Facebook it’s laid off 11,000 or laid off another 10,000 that’s 21,000

00:26:25.540 –> 00:26:29.180
Brandon: people out of work you know and then you have Google all these times late did a

00:26:29.180 –> 00:26:33.040
Brandon: lot of layoffs now all of a sudden we’re gonna cut this now we’re gonna lose more

00:26:33.040 –> 00:26:37.060
Brandon: job I mean because you know the less jobs we have you know the worst you know

00:26:37.060 –> 00:26:40.480
Brandon: the worst economy is going to get you know and then I hate I’d hate to see us

00:26:40.480 –> 00:26:44.300
Brandon: say okay we’re gonna pass a stimulus package now to fix all this because

00:26:44.300 –> 00:26:47.620
Brandon: that’s not really a fix either um you know because and then if we have to pay

00:26:47.620 –> 00:26:51.140
Brandon: and if we do go into a recession and they have to give another stimulus package

00:26:51.140 –> 00:26:54.900
Brandon: there goes the money we just saved so it’s a tough situation I don’t think an

00:26:54.900 –> 00:26:59.000
Brandon: answer for any of this you know and you know especially with the with the

00:26:59.000 –> 00:27:03.900
Brandon: election 2024 so you know especially now there’s that’s gonna be a hot topic

00:27:03.900 –> 00:27:07.060
Brandon: spending and all that you know about table so I think by the way this live

00:27:07.060 –> 00:27:09.720
Brandon: stream is actually bugs me forgetting that we’re getting this all worked out I

00:27:09.720 –> 00:27:13.580
Brandon: I’ve got a backgrounds better I think I feel that we couple people that’s it but

00:27:13.580 –> 00:27:17.600
Brandon: so this isn’t bad it’s going well and we got a couple people in the pal talk but

00:27:17.600 –> 00:27:20.340
Brandon: I do want to say anybody that’s listening anybody that’s watching like I

00:27:20.340 –> 00:27:24.160
Brandon: said we do have our group now we’re part of rumble you hit joins five bucks a

00:27:24.160 –> 00:27:27.620
Brandon: month if anybody thinks that’s too much send me a message we maybe we can even

00:27:27.620 –> 00:27:30.680
Brandon: lower the price I just want to get people signed up so we can start

00:27:30.680 –> 00:27:33.420
Brandon: producing some premium content for everybody I’m gonna you know I want to

00:27:33.420 –> 00:27:36.440
Brandon: get a bunch of people signed up and then we can start doing some premium content

00:27:36.440 –> 00:27:40.160
Brandon: right now start do our first live stream here on rumble I really wanted to do

00:27:40.160 –> 00:27:43.180
Brandon: this for a while we have we’ve been a little crazy here I do have my own

00:27:43.180 –> 00:27:45.740
Brandon: business and stuff like that you know we’re a little busy so it’s sometimes

00:27:45.740 –> 00:27:49.100
Brandon: it’s tough to get on and do the live streams but I want to start doing at

00:27:49.100 –> 00:27:52.380
Brandon: least at least an hour or so on the weekend Saturday or Sunday maybe we’ll

00:27:52.380 –> 00:27:56.120
Brandon: mix it up do one Saturday night me Sunday and whatever well we’ll mess you

00:27:56.120 –> 00:27:59.780
Brandon: know we’ll figure it out so but I really wanted to get on and do these do the

00:27:59.780 –> 00:28:03.220
Brandon: live stream because I wanted to do this on rumble for a while I really like

00:28:03.220 –> 00:28:06.860
Brandon: rumble tomorrow’s a big day for rumble we’ll see how they do the first day with

00:28:06.860 –> 00:28:10.700
Brandon: crowd or back ladder with crowd or back I’m curious to see what that’s gonna be

00:28:10.700 –> 00:28:15.500
Brandon: like very interested with with that and and to see how rumble holds up I’m sure

00:28:15.500 –> 00:28:19.380
Brandon: they’ve went ahead and they’ve they’ve they’ve definitely scaled up I’m sure

00:28:19.380 –> 00:28:23.120
Brandon: for him um one day’s gonna be a big day you he doesn’t need my publicity he’s

00:28:23.120 –> 00:28:26.060
Brandon: got a big enough but he’s gonna be there but he’s also part he also has his own

00:28:26.060 –> 00:28:29.460
Brandon: little group now bumbles whole you know where you can join their groups and all

00:28:29.460 –> 00:28:31.980
Brandon: that kind of stuff I really think rumble needed something like that where people

00:28:31.980 –> 00:28:36.300
Brandon: could get a subscription you know to and be able to support people because that’s

00:28:36.300 –> 00:28:38.580
Brandon: what we’re trying to do here we’re trying to get people to join up and

00:28:38.580 –> 00:28:42.860
Brandon: subscribe so we can kind of keep this keep this whole movement going here so

00:28:42.860 –> 00:28:47.020
Brandon: I just want to say if you can if you can afford it or if you can donate and I

00:28:47.020 –> 00:28:50.060
Brandon: keep things up keep it going hit the join button you’ll start getting the

00:28:50.060 –> 00:28:53.580
Brandon: premium content on and out here hopefully over the next or so as we we

00:28:53.580 –> 00:28:57.420
Brandon: keep adding people we’re gonna keep you know I’m talking about it on the podcast

00:28:57.420 –> 00:29:00.540
Brandon: which is still gonna keep coming out obviously the live stream and then like

00:29:00.540 –> 00:29:03.340
Brandon: I said we’re gonna have some exclusive content over in the group eventually

00:29:03.340 –> 00:29:07.420
Brandon: once we get get people signed up and get that all of it so we’re working on it

00:29:07.420 –> 00:29:11.100
Brandon: we’re working a little bit baby steps baby a little bit at a time like I said

00:29:11.100 –> 00:29:13.780
Brandon: I’m curious to see what other what other content by the way rumble is going to

00:29:13.780 –> 00:29:16.740
Brandon: hands on here as well but I’m curious to see like I said I know Donald Trump

00:29:16.740 –> 00:29:19.540
Brandon: jr. supposed to have a show on here I know it’s a bunch of other con here and

00:29:19.540 –> 00:29:24.780
Brandon: I feeling I hope rumble does become the space for content creators into

00:29:24.780 –> 00:29:29.900
Brandon: dependent contract like myself and other people because you know rumble is rumble

00:29:29.900 –> 00:29:34.260
Brandon: is you know much smaller thing than YouTube but you know YouTube especially

00:29:34.260 –> 00:29:36.540
Brandon: does not give content create you know I know a lot of people that have been

00:29:36.540 –> 00:29:40.060
Brandon: youtubing for years and they’re barely correct anything but yet rumble you know

00:29:40.060 –> 00:29:44.420
Brandon: it’s a smaller smaller smaller platform see what’s getting getting seen and

00:29:44.420 –> 00:29:48.300
Brandon: that’s really what I’m really excited not only to you can say whatever you

00:29:48.300 –> 00:29:51.780
Brandon: want here not worried about getting your video to happen to me um and like I said

00:29:51.780 –> 00:29:54.900
Brandon: this whole thing with big tech I can’t wait over the next you know couple over

00:29:54.900 –> 00:29:59.340
Brandon: the next year so I really you know I mean I work in the tech industry too and

00:29:59.340 –> 00:30:02.520
Brandon: and that’s the other thing that gets to me a little bit is like Apple you have

00:30:02.520 –> 00:30:06.220
Brandon: to adhere to Apple’s rules and and I have a problem with that as somebody who

00:30:06.220 –> 00:30:10.980
Brandon: is a small content creator like if I want to do like if I have my own app on

00:30:10.980 –> 00:30:14.940
Brandon: the App Store that’s a hundred dollars a year for for your own app on the App

00:30:14.940 –> 00:30:18.980
Brandon: Store yet and as an independent creator like that’s all I mind a shelf just to

00:30:18.980 –> 00:30:22.140
Brandon: have an app on the App Store and I know a couple friends of mine that are that

00:30:22.140 –> 00:30:26.180
Brandon: are independent app design that are barely making four draws a month and

00:30:26.180 –> 00:30:29.620
Brandon: they still have to pay Apple fee and I don’t I just I don’t think it’s fair and

00:30:29.620 –> 00:30:32.580
Brandon: now the same thing with with twitch twitch is doing it as well it’s not

00:30:32.580 –> 00:30:35.100
Brandon: they’re doing a thing now where they’re they’re cutting back and how much

00:30:35.100 –> 00:30:38.500
Brandon: they’re paying content creators I don’t think that’s fair at all I mean content

00:30:38.500 –> 00:30:41.660
Brandon: creators doing all the work I know you platform I know it’s twitches platform

00:30:41.660 –> 00:30:45.860
Brandon: but that’s not fair they’re gonna say okay well we’re gonna you know you know

00:30:45.860 –> 00:30:48.900
Brandon: we’re gonna switch is taking what now I think if it’s over a certain amount

00:30:48.900 –> 00:30:53.220
Brandon: they’re taking they’re taking 5050 used to be 70 I think it YouTube now is

00:30:53.220 –> 00:30:58.020
Brandon: taking um you know that’s why a lot of you know a lot of content creators aren’t

00:30:58.020 –> 00:31:01.220
Brandon: going there and then you know cancel culture is another part of it too I know

00:31:01.220 –> 00:31:05.620
Brandon: especially people Jenna Marbleson that she was part of the she had been one of

00:31:05.620 –> 00:31:09.540
Brandon: YouTube’s original critters she had been a cancel culture sent her away you know

00:31:09.540 –> 00:31:12.820
Brandon: so I think it’s a combination of what they’re paying their content career the

00:31:12.820 –> 00:31:16.300
Brandon: content your smaller content creators are coming up creators can’t get

00:31:16.300 –> 00:31:20.900
Brandon: discovered on YouTube you can’t you know and I think that’s you know kind of you

00:31:20.900 –> 00:31:24.580
Brandon: know the problem that that’s that’s with that platform now is you you can’t get

00:31:24.580 –> 00:31:28.620
Brandon: discovered unless you spend money and and I think in a way too and I can’t

00:31:28.620 –> 00:31:31.980
Brandon: prove you know YouTube is a business that makes money and a lot of content

00:31:31.980 –> 00:31:34.780
Brandon: creators have to advertise that by paying money and I want voice will always

00:31:34.780 –> 00:31:38.540
Brandon: wondered if YouTube pushes you down or it makes it hard for you to get

00:31:38.540 –> 00:31:42.220
Brandon: discovered just so people spend more money on ads because that does happen I

00:31:42.220 –> 00:31:45.380
Brandon: know a lot of constant I’ve said oh you mate you did pretty good yeah but I also

00:31:45.380 –> 00:31:49.140
Brandon: paid to you know to boost it so I didn’t really make any money you know so that’s

00:31:49.140 –> 00:31:53.060
Brandon: that’s something too I’ve often wondered if YouTube sees people that are doing

00:31:53.060 –> 00:31:57.500
Brandon: really well and then you know maybe pushes them down so that not as many

00:31:57.500 –> 00:32:00.800
Brandon: people find them so they have to pay so they to mix more so now they’re cutting

00:32:00.800 –> 00:32:03.500
Brandon: on both sides you’re getting part of your ad revenue and they’re getting you

00:32:03.500 –> 00:32:07.940
Brandon: paying to boost your content they mean it I know it’s kind of nasty to say but

00:32:07.940 –> 00:32:11.780
Brandon: I mean look at look at what Apple does I mean with their App Store you have to

00:32:11.780 –> 00:32:16.860
Brandon: pay Apple you they get what 15 30 percent now of whatever your app makes

00:32:16.860 –> 00:32:21.580
Brandon: plus they’re the credit card processor so they’re also they’re also getting the

00:32:21.580 –> 00:32:26.740
Brandon: fees and they’re getting 30 percent of your app that’s that’s not right you

00:32:26.740 –> 00:32:32.260
Brandon: know and other countries now you can pick who you want to be your credit card

00:32:32.260 –> 00:32:36.060
Brandon: processor but in America they style that and Apple’s gonna fight that I can tell

00:32:36.060 –> 00:32:41.340
Brandon: you now if if antitrust or any of those things come up that is a huge a lot of

00:32:41.340 –> 00:32:45.140
Brandon: people realize that that is the App Store is a huge revenue generator for

00:32:45.140 –> 00:32:49.780
Brandon: Apple you know when you buy you and you if you pay for an app like I said

00:32:49.780 –> 00:32:53.220
Brandon: they’re getting 33 percent of it or 15 percent of it depending on your

00:32:53.220 –> 00:32:57.100
Brandon: agreement with as an app crew and then they’re also processing the credit card

00:32:57.100 –> 00:33:00.660
Brandon: credit card fee so I mean that’s you they’re kind of double dipping and I

00:33:00.660 –> 00:33:04.500
Brandon: don’t think that’s really fair that they are double dipping especially when it

00:33:04.500 –> 00:33:08.820
Brandon: comes or and and stuff like that and then doesn’t – is you know and the App

00:33:08.820 –> 00:33:12.740
Brandon: Store one of the things they do that I don’t think is right is that they promote

00:33:12.740 –> 00:33:17.340
Brandon: their their apps higher than any other app so in ours like searching music on

00:33:17.340 –> 00:33:21.340
Brandon: any and I can guarantee you that Apple music is always at the end Spotify

00:33:21.340 –> 00:33:25.420
Brandon: would be said Apple will never put another app over theirs no matter what

00:33:25.420 –> 00:33:30.220
Brandon: because that’s you know that’s just not not good business I guess you could say

00:33:30.220 –> 00:33:35.180
Brandon: um so they you know they always promote their own apps over everybody else’s so

00:33:35.180 –> 00:33:38.500
Brandon: that they make me and you know it you know they’re the biggest company in the

00:33:38.500 –> 00:33:42.700
Brandon: world near these little app developers or small content creators like me that

00:33:42.700 –> 00:33:46.520
Brandon: are trying to make you know carve a niche for ourselves and they’re making

00:33:46.520 –> 00:33:49.980
Brandon: it harder and harder because they don’t want to lose their dominant spot with

00:33:49.980 –> 00:33:55.140
Brandon: bit and that is a problem in big tech and that’s kind of the issue too is you

00:33:55.140 –> 00:34:00.220
Brandon: know the whole city I have my daughter walked in again the um but the other

00:34:00.220 –> 00:34:03.260
Brandon: problem is you have like I said you have these these independent contours and then

00:34:03.260 –> 00:34:07.260
Brandon: the other problem is too is if you say something that is contra you get deep

00:34:07.260 –> 00:34:11.540
Brandon: platform to do you know and if you’re not a big content owns or a Steven

00:34:11.540 –> 00:34:16.140
Brandon: Crowder or one of those and people don’t know where to find you you’re done you

00:34:16.140 –> 00:34:19.240
Brandon: know what I mean it’s kind of over and I think that’s what rumble is really

00:34:19.240 –> 00:34:22.720
Brandon: allowing is people like smaller content creators to kind of get ourselves out

00:34:22.720 –> 00:34:28.060
Brandon: there and to really grab an audience do things that you know we couldn’t do if

00:34:28.060 –> 00:34:32.980
Brandon: it wasn’t you know if we didn’t have them and like I said I really appreciate

00:34:32.980 –> 00:34:35.980
Brandon: being on here you know I appreciate you know being you know especially rumble

00:34:35.980 –> 00:34:39.140
Brandon: smaller it’s easier people to find me and stuff of that and then they promote

00:34:39.140 –> 00:34:42.620
Brandon: their live stuff a lot better and some of that so I think you know I’ve been

00:34:42.620 –> 00:34:46.260
Brandon: exclusively on rumble pal talk and stuff like that as far as doing live stream

00:34:46.260 –> 00:34:49.520
Brandon: we’re gonna do more of this kind of thing especially since I want to do more

00:34:49.520 –> 00:34:52.880
Brandon: and it’s been tough to get online this is our first live stream we’ve done and

00:34:52.880 –> 00:34:57.840
Brandon: I think it’s so far it’s worked that out we actually did go out just to kind of

00:34:57.840 –> 00:35:01.160
Brandon: give you a little behind the scenes we actually went out my wife we actually I

00:35:01.160 –> 00:35:04.500
Brandon: did a test one test live stream you couldn’t even my wife went a bunch of

00:35:04.500 –> 00:35:08.140
Brandon: you guys can and then she got another one over here cuz my wife was like

00:35:08.140 –> 00:35:11.980
Brandon: trying to make it so that everybody could could at least see me and obviously

00:35:11.980 –> 00:35:16.140
Brandon: I’ll make some other things too and a little bit better when we bought trying

00:35:16.140 –> 00:35:19.660
Brandon: to make us you guys can at least see me and then see if we can maybe maybe we’ll

00:35:19.660 –> 00:35:22.620
Brandon: do some different stuff maybe I’ll move the background this week and kind of

00:35:22.620 –> 00:35:25.260
Brandon: make it a little more we’ll see what happens like I said this is our first

00:35:25.260 –> 00:35:28.940
Brandon: live stream we’re gonna do pot I’m gonna try to do at least one a week I’ll still

00:35:28.940 –> 00:35:32.780
Brandon: like I said look plug if you join the join our thing below survival pod that

00:35:32.780 –> 00:35:37.460
Brandon: locals calm where you can join button watching on rumble and join our local

00:35:37.460 –> 00:35:40.580
Brandon: stream like I said you’re gonna get exclusive content we’re gonna start that

00:35:40.580 –> 00:35:43.940
Brandon: probably in April but we are just trying to do like I said at least one live

00:35:43.940 –> 00:35:47.940
Brandon: stream you know a week here to start maybe two we’ll see how it goes and like

00:35:47.940 –> 00:35:50.540
Brandon: I said those of you that listen on the pot that are listening on the audio only

00:35:50.540 –> 00:35:54.700
Brandon: podcast nothing is going to change on that nothing is going to be different

00:35:54.700 –> 00:35:58.260
Brandon: they’re gonna do the podcast every week it is still going to be up there still

00:35:58.260 –> 00:36:01.540
Brandon: going to be free just like it’s always been I’m doing differences now we’re

00:36:01.540 –> 00:36:06.200
Brandon: adding a dental contact to give you guys more you know more common more stuff to

00:36:06.200 –> 00:36:10.580
Brandon: listen to more stuff to watch so I want to thank everybody for watching our

00:36:10.580 –> 00:36:15.860
Brandon: first lot and I guess and anything like I said survival survival podcast org is

00:36:15.860 –> 00:36:21.460
Brandon: the website and we will talk to you next week thank you very much