#1025 – Trung Nguyen – Ranger – LAPD – Chicago SWAT

Trung Nguyen (00:01):

I am sorry. Let me check my headphones.

Sevan Matossian (00:08):

Sipping a cup of coffee. Good morning everyone. G hash. Good morning, Bailey Walker. Good morning to all you guys.

Trung Nguyen (00:22):

Hey sir, can you hear me?

Sevan Matossian (00:24):

Perfect, dude, you sound great listening.

Trung Nguyen (00:26):


Sevan Matossian (00:27):

Oh yeah, Siri’s listening too. Nice to be appreciated. Hi, Siri. Hi Siri. What are you wearing? Siri. Hey, am I saying your name right? Rung?

Trung Nguyen (00:40):


Sevan Matossian (00:41):

Rung. Is that a common name?

Trung Nguyen (00:44):

Rung is not, but the last name Win is a common last name

Sevan Matossian (00:48):

And win. You pronounce it W W I N?

Trung Nguyen (00:52):

That’s correct.

Sevan Matossian (00:53):

Rung win. Yeah. When I Google your name, I’m sure you know it’s a coffee spot, right? A big coffee company.

Trung Nguyen (01:04):

Yeah, absolutely.

Sevan Matossian (01:05):

Are those guys out of Vietnam, that coffee company?

Trung Nguyen (01:08):

They are. They’re making a killing over there. They’ve been killing the game. The coffee game over there for a very long time.

Sevan Matossian (01:17):

Everyone drinks coffee. That’s all cultures. Everyone. Everyone’s doing coffee.

Trung Nguyen (01:25):

Yeah, the Vietnamese culture, they’re big into drip coffee because the French colonized of Vietnam in the 18 hundreds, so they adapted a lot of the culture of the French, which one of them being drip coffee, so they’re big into that. The baguettes, pate, all that stuff, so

Sevan Matossian (01:48):

No shit. As you say this, I’m thinking to myself, I’ve never don’t even know the origins of coffee. Do you know the origins of coffee?

Trung Nguyen (01:56):

I do not. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (01:58):

But at least back to 18 hundreds. I just know back to, I don’t know, just watching my grandparents drink it. Yeah. Hey, tr, I saw you on this as I was doing research. I saw you on this podcast, just Kidding News, and I watch a lot of podcasts, unfortunately, and there are so many shitty podcasts, and that’s an impressive group of people. That was a good show.

Trung Nguyen (02:25):

Yeah, those guys, they kill it out there in the west coast. They’re a funny group of individuals. They nailed it down the atmosphere, the right individuals in that group to keep the story going and keep it entertaining.

Sevan Matossian (02:41):

So those dudes just reached out to you. They know about your history and your service ranger police and just being a good role model for all human beings, and they just reached out to you and they’re like, Hey, can you come on our podcast?

Trung Nguyen (02:55):

Actually, I know the owner, Bart Kwan, he’s been following me for a long time and another successful entrepreneur, and he’s like, Hey, dude, you want to come out and come on our podcast? I was like, I’m like, fuck yeah, let’s do this shit.

Sevan Matossian (03:06):

Yeah, I’m looking at their YouTube channel. They have over a billion views.

Trung Nguyen (03:15):

They’ve been doing it for a long time. Consistency, man. People don’t know. It’s all about being consistent.

Sevan Matossian (03:21):

Yeah. Hey, I want to come back to that and ask you about that, the consistency thing in a second, but what’s their deal really quick? Are those Vietnamese dudes and who’s the one white girl? What’s their deal? Just in a nutshell? I’m just curious. Do you know about

Trung Nguyen (03:38):

No, I really don’t. It’s just like they’re not just Vietnamese, they’re different Asian cultures, and it’s just one of those groups that they just mingle well together and they can tell a good story and talk about certain topics and make it entertaining, and they’re doing a great job. Their setup’s very simple too. I mean, a couple cameras, just some tables and one white light, literally that’s all they have. It was nothing fancy, but look, they’re crushing it.

Sevan Matossian (04:06):

Six hosts.

Trung Nguyen (04:08):


Sevan Matossian (04:09):

That just sounds like anytime I see more than one host, I’m like, oh, this is going to be a fucking nightmare. When I see more than one host, I just think someone’s a pussy like, oh, you’re too scared to walk home

Trung Nguyen (04:17):

By yourself.

Sevan Matossian (04:19):

Because I go through phases like that where I’ll have a co-host for a week or two weeks, and I feel the pussy creep come in like, oh, I’m relying on a person, but dude, these guys killed it. Anyway, hats off to them and thanks for introducing me to those guys. Really impressive. For those of you who’re talking about Just kidding news, you’re an immigrant.

Trung Nguyen (04:41):

I am.

Sevan Matossian (04:42):

Yeah. Like my dad, and you’re doing the dream. Would you say you’re doing the dream, the American dream?

Trung Nguyen (04:49):

I definitely say I am. America has given me all these opportunities. All I have to do is take advantage of it and give it my all, and that’s what I did. People here, they love to complain, especially those who were born here, they’re so comfortable and they’re so used to the way of life, of instant gratification. Everything is on your smartphone. You can purchase anything you fucking want. You know what I mean? Google, not Google, Uber, Uber, you can even buy alcohol, have it delivered to you. People get comfortable. Then they run on things to complain about. They start complaining about little petty shit, but people fail to realize about gratitude and what they have and how the rest of the world is suffering, and they don’t know how good they have it. Millions of people always try to come here to America. There’s so many lives that have been lost for countless years of people trying to cross vast oceans, trying to cross the border and whatnot, to try to come into America because they understand what we stand for and they understand the opportunities that is presented.

Sevan Matossian (05:56):

Yeah. No one’s trying to escape the United States and get down to Venezuela.

Trung Nguyen (05:59):

No. You see all these fucking celebrities talking shit about America. They’re not going to leave then leave.

Sevan Matossian (06:07):

Are you currently on the Chicago pd?

Trung Nguyen (06:10):

No, I’ve retired early. I did 10 years with them. I left early to pursue my goal as an entrepreneur. Awesome. To challenge myself.

Sevan Matossian (06:18):

Good on you. And what year did you leave

Trung Nguyen (06:21):

This year?

Sevan Matossian (06:22):

Oh, wow. Yeah.

Trung Nguyen (06:24):

Wow. February.

Sevan Matossian (06:27):

I have so many questions and in no time, and I have a lot of guys on here who’ve been in the military and at no time or police officers and at no time, by the way, will I ever take offense to you saying, Hey, I’m just not going to talk about that. Just so you know. But I do have tons of questions on how things are going down in the United States, and it wasn’t my intention to ask you these questions, but then more and more as I was just looking about your background, I was more interested in your background. Then I’m like, wait a second. I got some questions that this guy probably has insight into that. Maybe I should ask that. Honestly, I think a lot of police officers are just afraid to answer.

Trung Nguyen (07:06):

Yeah, I’m not afraid because I’m fucking retired. They can fucking go pound sand. I was tired of the way policing was, especially in big metropolitan departments, and I talk a lot about that on my documentary that we just released on Amazon called Win. No Shit. Yeah, we just dropped it on Amazon and it’s doing very well, and I go into detail about my experience being a police officer in a big metropolitan department, the politics, the bullshit and everything in between.

Sevan Matossian (07:41):

Spell it for me, the name of the documentary?

Trung Nguyen (07:43):

Yeah, N G U Y E N, my last name. It was directed by Sean Spencer, and he reached out to me because he did a documentary called Ranger, and it was based on this army ranger who talked about his time in the peak of the war of the global war and terror and how it affected him, and I got to watch it. I was like, Sean, this is powerful. So yeah, there it is.

Sevan Matossian (08:13):

I keep wanting to say N Gwen, the incredible true story of Chung when a refugee who fled Vietnam as a boy and came to America from the streets of Chicago to war torn city of Mosul, when is a story of war, passion, corruption, and the indomitable will of one man’s American dream, an inside look into the modern law enforcement and the complex issues of facing officers and policy makers. Dude, this is awesome. Wow. Congratulations.

Trung Nguyen (08:39):

Thank you, sir. Appreciate it.

Sevan Matossian (08:41):

Holy cow.

Trung Nguyen (08:42):

Yeah, we just released that three weeks ago.

Sevan Matossian (08:48):

Do you remember when you started an Instagram account? Was that your first social media account you ever started?

Trung Nguyen (08:53):

Yeah, I did. I started in 2015

Sevan Matossian (08:56):

And just for fun, just like, Hey, what’s the shit that everyone’s doing? Yeah,

Trung Nguyen (08:59):

Pretty much. I was like, Hey, what’s this? Let’s join. I see people posting photos. I was like, I’m just going to post workout videos and stuff like that and see where it goes.

Sevan Matossian (09:09):

And then since then you’ve fully embraced it. You love it. You enjoy the creative process. You like posting the pictures, you love the interaction with the world.

Trung Nguyen (09:17):

Yeah, I do. I think a lot of officers or people in the service, they’re embracing it more, and you should, because if you don’t go out there and show people that you’re a true human being and that you’re not a robot and you breathe, you put on your pants the same way. It is just the uniform that separates that People let the media portray how officers are right, and they think they’re corrupted killers, freaking people who are racists and all that. So I decided, and I got a lot of pushback from my command, like, Hey, man, you got to chill out. I told him like, Hey, it’s either we go out there, we show the world what we’re about, and that we’re human beings and we’re good people, or you’re going to let the media do that.

Sevan Matossian (10:08):

And that one, that argument won.

Trung Nguyen (10:10):

Yeah. I mean, this is my right. I’m not posting anything that’s going to jeopardize the team. I’m not going to post any kind of operational that’s going to jeopardize their operational securities as I e warrants. Like, oh yeah, I’m going to serve. We’re going to be serving a warrant today at this time. I’m never going to do any of that. Everything that I post is just my view, my experience, and my own take in life.

Sevan Matossian (10:35):

Are you married?

Trung Nguyen (10:37):


Sevan Matossian (10:39):

And kids.

Trung Nguyen (10:40):

Yeah. Two.

Sevan Matossian (10:42):

And do you show them on your social media?

Trung Nguyen (10:45):


Sevan Matossian (10:46):

No. Probably smart. Yeah. And you do that on purpose. That’s a concerted effort.


Yeah. Yeah. I’m hearing a little popping. That’s why I’m over here messing with switches and stuff, pretending like I know what I’m doing. You came over to the United States. Well, you came from Vietnam to the Philippines. From Philippines to the United States. From the United States, raised by a single mom. Streets of Chicago gave you a huge part of your upbringing. Enter the military, have a really busy experience there. You enter because of nine 11, you’re inspired to go into the military because of nine 11. Have a very busy career there with daily and nightly operations at the highest level as a ranger. Then you get out and you start looking for a home in, well, first you take a year off and get into alcohol and being bummed out, and then you pull your shit together and you start taking a tour of police academies, L A P D, and then eventually end up at Chicago swat.

Trung Nguyen (12:02):

Yeah. I think a lot of people at that time,

Sevan Matossian (12:08):

I think we got something wrong with one of your cables. God, I hope it’s you. I hate for it to be

Trung Nguyen (12:13):

My fault. Am I good?

Sevan Matossian (12:15):

No, something’s crinkling. Shake your cable. Lemme see. Maybe Is that separate from your microphone? Your headset separate from your microphone?

Trung Nguyen (12:24):

Yes. You still making that noise?

Sevan Matossian (12:28):

Yeah. When you move around, it makes it

Trung Nguyen (12:31):

Okay. I’ll sit still. How’s that?

Sevan Matossian (12:35):

You don’t need to do that. Okay, go ahead.

Trung Nguyen (12:37):

We’ll do that. Yeah. I think a lot of people don’t realize the effect of trauma of war, right? I think back then everybody thought like, Hey, you suck it up. You go to war you. This is what you’re signing up for. You got, you’re a fucking alpha dude. So any trauma that you see with the killings, guys getting blown up, that’s the norm. You suck it up and people don’t realize it affects the shit out of the soldiers. Doesn’t matter where you’re, what branch you are, what your job is, you could be the most high speed delta force dude, seal team six, all the way down to somebody who, it’s not that much of a door kicker, but war affects everybody and it affected me. And when I came back from it and from my contract, I was in a dark place. I had no one to talk to, no one could understand what I was going through. And police officers go through the same trauma, firefighters go through the same trauma, and we don’t have anybody to rely on and we turn alcohol. And I was in a dark place for a long time and I found God and God pulled me out of it without

Sevan Matossian (13:48):

Him. Really? That’s how it happened. You found God? Yeah.

Trung Nguyen (13:52):

I did find God before then, but that year really, really is when I really talked to him. So

Sevan Matossian (14:00):

Look at the pundits are weighing in. It’s not that bad. What are you talking about? It sounds like he’s making fucking popcorn back there. This is horrible headphone cord. No, it’s not the headphone cord. It’s the mic. It’s the mic. When he stopped talking, it went away. That’s interesting. Yeah. It’s only there when you’re talking. Hey, will you log out and come back in for a second? Or will you unplug maybe the cable and plug it back in the microphone cable? Sure.

Trung Nguyen (14:25):

Lemme see.

Sevan Matossian (14:26):

Okay. Look it. Thank you. Someone else thought the same thing. Caved astro. Oh yeah. When he unplugs it, it goes away. When you unplugged it, the hum went away. Oh, and then you got to unmute yourself now too. Sorry. When you unplugged it, it automatically muted you.

Trung Nguyen (14:44):

How’s it now? Oh

Sevan Matossian (14:45):

Good. Oh good. Now we just have an echo. Have an echo.

Trung Nguyen (14:48):

Great. Let me figure this out. Give me one second, sir.

Sevan Matossian (14:51):

Okay. Audio. But the audio is good now. Audio is good. Now

Trung Nguyen (14:55):

Lemme plug it in this way.

Sevan Matossian (14:58):

You may have to change your settings too.

Trung Nguyen (15:00):

Can you hear me?

Sevan Matossian (15:01):

Yeah. Oh, that’s good, dude.

Trung Nguyen (15:03):

Why can’t I hear?

Sevan Matossian (15:05):

That’s good.

Trung Nguyen (15:06):

Alright. This is technical difficulties. Apologies about that.

Sevan Matossian (15:11):

No worries at all. At all. Look, everyone’s weighing in chasing,

Trung Nguyen (15:16):

How about

Sevan Matossian (15:16):

Now? Yeah. Good. You’re good. You’re so good.

Trung Nguyen (15:20):

Personal reason I

Sevan Matossian (15:20):

Can’t, you can’t hear me? I can’t

Trung Nguyen (15:22):

Hear you.

Sevan Matossian (15:23):

Okay. Maybe go to your settings, but you can’t hear me from me to tell you to go to your settings.

Trung Nguyen (15:32):

I’m going to leave and I’m going to come back.

Sevan Matossian (15:34):

Okay. There you go. We can call him on the phone too. It happens. It happens. It happens. It happens. Wow. What a fucking jackass I am. The guy has a documentary and Amazon documentary and I don’t even know about it. That sucks. I feel like a schmo for not knowing about the doc. Hey,

Trung Nguyen (16:01):


Sevan Matossian (16:02):

That? Oh, that’s good.

Trung Nguyen (16:03):

Yeah, I can hear you too.

Sevan Matossian (16:05):

Perfect. Hey dude, I feel like a schmo for not have known that this documentary was out.

Trung Nguyen (16:11):

Yeah, no worries, no worries.

Sevan Matossian (16:14):

That was a fuck up. Well, it’s a good excuse to have you back on again. Watch it and then have you back on. Going back to what you were saying, I have a buddy of a bunch of buddies who are police officers. I try to keep this as vague as I can, but he’s probably one of the most badass dudes I know. And he got to a call and he went down to the river’s edge and there was a naked girl there laying in the stream just locally who had killed herself and it fucked him. And he got kids right? He got little kids, girls, and it fucked him up. When he came and told me, he was like, yeah, I didn’t like that at all. He said, that wasn’t fun at all, let alone the nightly operations and the kind of shit you were doing.

Trung Nguyen (16:59):

Honestly, I’ll tell you this, sir. Seeing gang banger shot and stuff like that, it didn’t affect me because that is what is the part of the job. When I signed up, I knew that I was going to be dealing with the worst of the, the criminal element, and seeing that it doesn’t affect me as much, but it really affected me when I went on a call before I joined a full-time SWAT team and I had to go to a criminal sexual assault call of this little girl that was being raped by the mother’s boyfriend while she’s gone. He would send her off and he’ll do these things, these horrible things to this young girl. When I came there and I saw her and I could tell in her eyes that she’s been traumatized and tend to look at that piece of shit that affected the shit out of me. It still to this day affects me when I see a helpless little girl like that being put through that trauma time and time again, this has happened multiple times after the detectives interviewed this piece of shit of what he’s done to this little young girl. And then I’ll tell you, seeing shit like that, it doesn’t go away. It just sticks with you.

Sevan Matossian (18:23):

Yeah. As soon as you said that, I recalled. He told me a couple stories and then he just stopped telling me stories of going to those calls too, of going to the dudes. And what’s crazy is, dude, how often is it the mom’s boyfriend?

Trung Nguyen (18:38):

Oh, it happens more than you think. It’s

Sevan Matossian (18:40):

It’s crazy. Yeah,

Trung Nguyen (18:43):

This young, super young single digits age, not even. And it breaks my heart, man.

Sevan Matossian (18:51):

I don’t want to hate on men. I love men. Do not leave your little kids alone with men. Pretty much, period. Men are a very fucking unique group of characters on the planet. Do not leave little kids alone with men. We’re capable of just fucking all sorts of crazy shit. I love men too. They’re so underappreciated. But do not, your job as a parent is to raise your kids. Do not leave them alone. I have this whole thing when of two, it’s like I don’t want my kindergarten, I don’t want, well, it starts with the tranny reading hours. I am not interested in why can’t they have Asian SWAT team guy reading night where they just take Asian dudes from SWAT teams and they read at public libraries. I’m cool with that. Why do you have to choose? I know that guy’s got some issues too. He became a cop, but I don’t want dudes who have this unquenchable thirst to dress as women and then also spend time with kids being the premier reading hour at my library. How come we don’t have Amish Lady Reading Hour? How come we don’t have, why did Peewee where Herman have to be such a fucking weirdo?


Why can’t it just be the carpenter Joe reading hour? If you have to have men reading to kids, why can’t it be your local carpenter or your local chef or the guy who’s in the rock band? Why does it have to be the dudes who want to dress as women? They’re

Trung Nguyen (20:14):

Trying to normalize it.

Sevan Matossian (20:16):

Who are these people who think it’s okay to bring their kids there? I’m not even hating on them. You want to dress as a woman, do it all day long. But why is that the only person who’s reading at the fucking public library?

Trung Nguyen (20:28):

I’ll tell you something that a lot of people don’t think of, but it’s happening. It’s been happening for a long time, is we are at war, but it’s not a physical war. It’s a psychological war that has been placed in America through our enemies. How are they going to affect us? Because right now we are the superpower, right? If you try to go to war with America, we’ll fuck you up. We have all the guns, all the airships, everything. So Russia and China knows on a head on war, it’s not going to be good for them. So how are they going to win a war on us by infiltrating our school systems through college, infiltrating all of our family values, destroying our core from within, having us fight each other from within. And you see it now, liberals versus I’m not a conservative, I’m not a liberal.


I’m pro fucking America, right? Anything that is for us to better our country, I’m all for it. And right now we are in this big fight of left versus right. It’s okay to have trans being in the schools reading, like you said, it’s okay to have children be able to decide their sex, which is fucking crazy. So that’s how they’re doing it. They’re just trying to destroy us from within and they’re succeeding. If you look at TikTok, if you ever look at China’s TikTok compared to our TikTok, it’s completely different. China’s TikTok is family wholesome. Talk about education, talk about the family core values. TikTok here is, oh, let’s see who’s fucking can twerk the best or do these freaking ridiculous things. Eat Tide

Sevan Matossian (22:14):

Pods. Eat tide pods.

Trung Nguyen (22:16):

Yeah, they censor their toss in China just to let you know that. And here it’s just, and it’s all purposely done

Sevan Matossian (22:27):

When you say you’re not right or left. Okay, I hear you. And I was raised in the Bay Area. I grew up in Berkeley, California. I believed in doing hugging trees and use racism to fight racism. We called it affirmative action. And I believed in it was okay to sacrifice children and kill children in the mom’s stomach because it was women’s rights. I believed all that. But the thing here is when, okay, if I’m not a Republican now that the thing is, okay, I’m not a Republican, let’s say, or I’m not a libertarian. Let’s say I’m just pro-America. Let’s say, even though I’m not a religious man, I’m not a Christian. I’m very pro God. I like all the values of people who are in Gods who like God, I love their values and I know America’s just a made up idea, but that’s okay.


And I’m sure as fuck because I got three little boys and those three go together, great. But it’s no Republicans win. You can’t find one Republican who thinks it’s okay for men who have an unquenchable desire to dress as women, to hang out with little boys to facilitate that relationship. And so there’s not one Republican who’s okay with that. Not one. You can’t find one. You can’t find one Republican who’s like, okay, it’s okay to kill babies in the mom’s womb. Or maybe you can find a few. So what are our choices? Aren’t you going to have to vote Republican? What are our choices?

Trung Nguyen (24:01):

Yeah, honestly, I don’t

Sevan Matossian (24:02):

Mean to pigeonhole you. I’m asking you sincerely. I don’t want to be Republican or Democrat either. But it’s like, fuck, the Democrats are fucking, they’re defending undef, defendable fucking crazy shit now.

Trung Nguyen (24:13):

Yeah, absolutely. And if I’m left with that choice, and I would honestly vote Republican just because of what they stand for compared to what the Democrats are standing for as this moment, which is scary as shit. But in the end, none of that matters to me. To me, we are one to me. I believe anybody who lives here in the United States, we should come together. We should unify. That’s what’s going to make us strong. And we stick together as a country, right? Everybody’s going to have their opinions, which is fine. You’re entitled to your fucking opinions. I’m never going to sit there and talk shit about your opinions or where you come from. No, no. Your way of life is your way of life. But when it comes now to the nitty gritty, we need to stick together as a country. But right now we’re not. We’re falling apart. You could see it through your very own eyes. So it’s crazy.

Sevan Matossian (25:12):

Speaking of falling apart Chicago, when I think of one of the epicenters of ship falling apart, I think of Portland, Chicago, San Francisco. How bad did it get in Chicago with Lori Lightfoot? She seemed absolutely off her rocker.

Trung Nguyen (25:33):

It got horrible. It got extremely horrible. It was extremely dangerous for the citizens because of her bullshit

Sevan Matossian (25:41):

Was or is

Trung Nguyen (25:43):

It still is. And the new mayor’s no different. It’s like I posted on my story the other day of why guys always come to me ask me yet is being a police dead being this job dead? I tell ’em, the job’s not dead. Being a police officer is one of the most honorable professions you can do. It’s just you got to pick and choose the right department to work for. And working for a big metropolitan department like New York City, Chicago is not it, because you cannot be the police. You cannot go out there and do your job. And I posted a video that Channel seven news showed the radio frequency, the radio chatter too, of there was four mass men with long guns robbing people at two o’clock in the morning. And it was observed by a unmarked police car at the moment, like this crime happening.


So they started following this car and it went over the air like, Hey, yeah, we’re following this Dodge Durango down Western Avenue, and there’s four mass men with long guns. And then the mark car came and they turned on their lights and sirens and you hear the dispatch saying, 20, I forgot the units number, but there’s 20 something like, do you have your lights and sirens on? And you could hear the officers saying ten four. And you can hear the officers saying again, yeah, there’s four individuals in the car. They got long guns. And then you hear a supervisor come over the air and say, terminate the chase. So they have to terminate. And policy with the Chicago Police Department is like, when the supervisor calls a termination of the chase, you literally have to turn off your lights, pull to the side of the road, wait for them to come, to log you in to make sure that you stop where you stopped. So they let go a criminal element who committed a crime that early morning that was observed robbing people. And now the police officers identify them in the car and they’re driving away. They got long guns, but they can’t stop ’em. They can’t do their jobs. And it’s scary.


The criminal knows it, knows it. And they’re running amuck. They’re terrorizing. They’re destroying what Chicago used to be. How beautiful. And look at San Francisco. They’re getting ready to close a bunch of targets because of criminal elements. Freaking going in there. Looting

Sevan Matossian (28:21):

Dude, San Francisco. I don’t know how familiar you are with the city, but it was my home, the Bay Area, and they closed the Nordstrom’s there and the Nordstrom’s there was the city. It was basically the top seven stories of this mall. The Nordstrom’s didn’t have any doors. It was kind of like the epicenter of San Francisco shopping area. It’s gone. It’s closed because of all the crime. Is that what we’re seeing? It’s like the purge. I follow all of these city Instagram accounts and every day there’s three or four posts of just kids marauding into stores and cleaning out the stores. Yeah,

Trung Nguyen (28:54):

It’s crazy.

Sevan Matossian (28:56):

And you’re hearing about Home Depot employees who are being fired or whatnot for trying to stop the criminals. You’re not allowed to stop the criminals anymore. Or Lululemon employees who got fired for trying to stop criminals.

Trung Nguyen (29:08):

Guess who’s making those laws? The people who are sitting in the office, right? It’s not us. It’s not the law enforcement. We’re here to enforce the law, but how can we enforce the law when the law says anything above anything, if they take anything below $1,000, it’s not considered a crime. So what are we going to do? Right? And

Sevan Matossian (29:28):

No small business can handle that. No small business can sustain that.

Trung Nguyen (29:31):

Absolutely not. It’s crushing the small business people targeting them. They can bounce back. They’re a billion dollar company. They’ll take the loss. They’ll be okay. It’s the small mom and pops are suffering. And what are you going to do? You’re going to continue voting for the people who are making these fucking ridiculous policies. Are you going to be like, Hey, enough is enough. Let’s put aside left and right. Let’s talk about what is right.

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