#396 – The Officer Tatum

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Sevan Matossian (00:56):

Ha bam we’re live. That was running for a minute and I was talking and I didn’t even click myself in. I thought I was being cute coming in a minute early today. What have I done? Okay. I got my socks on you guys missed that. That’s the only thing you really missed. Uh, there’s no reason for bats this morning. Good morning, Heidi. Brandon G let’s get into this. Yeah, right. You’re good, dude. You know, you know, you know who the guest is this morning. I am pumped. This has been in the, uh, works for a while. Um, uh, uh, Mr. Officer Brandon, Brandon Tatum has been, uh, very responsive. Um, but just scheduling. It’s been crazy. He’s, he’s one of those guys that actually responds on Instagram. Actually, a lot of people respond on Instagram and it’s always, uh, quite refreshing, uh, the guests we’re having on today.

Sevan Matossian (01:54):

I don’t know if most of you guys know who he is. Let me, um, I’m assuming everyone. I assume everyone knows who he is. Uh, he is a cool cat and soon as he jumps on, I will, uh, I will dig in and tell him why. I think he’s so cool. What he’s done that I think is so cool. Uh, New York could face decline of workers due to crime. Uh, uh, or should we do this? Elon Musk one or what’s this one over here? I like this expression on his face. This is the most recent post. Let’s check it out. Oh. Oh, I don’t hear anything. Here we go. That’s

Brandon Tatum (02:39):

Funny. You think it’s funny?

Sevan Matossian (02:42):

Let’s try. Let’s try one more time. Hold on. Here we

Speaker 3 (02:46):

Goer is a Republican. Uh, and if I get pregnant during our love making, I will joyfully abort, our fetus.

Brandon Tatum (02:52):

I don’t. That’s funny. It’s funny.

Sevan Matossian (02:58):

Uh, oh, here he let’s see.

Brandon Tatum (03:01):

Why, why are we having, uh, about this as if Roby Wade is somehow

Sevan Matossian (03:08):

Now, do you know who it is? Mr. Officer? Brandon Tatum?

Brandon Tatum (03:15):

No, my camera man.

Sevan Matossian (03:17):

Yeah, you’re frozen. I was like, damn, you look hard this morning, but, but it’s cuz you’re frozen. <laugh>

Brandon Tatum (03:23):

Yeah, my camera man. My camera is gonna work

Sevan Matossian (03:27):

At least. You have it on. Are you at home?

Brandon Tatum (03:31):

Yeah, I’m my camera. I don’t know. For what reason? Let me, I’m gonna reset my camera real quick.

Sevan Matossian (03:35):

Yeah,

Brandon Tatum (03:35):

You do. You should start opening it up here soon. All right. I have no idea why he’s doing this, but

Sevan Matossian (03:42):

John Buari. Thank you. This is gonna be a good one. This is fun. We we’re gonna just jump in so fucking hard this morning, cuz we don’t got a lot of time with man. He’s busy. Holy cow. Uh, congratulations, Brandon. And also on the, um, new radio show. It makes me nervous. Like we’re gonna lose you. I’m not gonna lie. Makes me nervous.

Brandon Tatum (04:05):

Yeah. Thank you so much. I, for some reason I have no idea why this, this screen is doing this.

Sevan Matossian (04:11):

The good news is, is your voice sounds impeccable. I’m I’m swimming. I’m I’m even SW a little bit. I’m getting a little hot. I getting a

Brandon Tatum (04:18):

Hot

Sevan Matossian (04:18):

<laugh> 1.9 million YouTube subscribers.

Brandon Tatum (04:24):

Yeah. I wonder what is going on?

Sevan Matossian (04:27):

Uh, Bruce Wayne quick and fast. Like Chevon thank you Austin. Good to see you Megan. Good morning, Travis belling house. Good morning. Good morning to all of you guys. The world is getting smaller and smaller and smaller with each guest. Uh, the Seon podcast has on. I can’t tell you how excited I am. Uh, how about you guys while we wait for Mr. Tatum to get his camera working? You guys guess what? This guy’s max back squat is lifetime PR. I’ll give you a, a, a little bit of help. Uh he’s six, two, uh, I don’t know how much he weighs now, but I, I, when, when he set that PR I think he was 6, 2, 2 20. So you go ahead and start guessing in the comments, what you think his max back squad is, uh, Mr. Tatum, uh, he’s taking over Larry elder’s show, man.

Sevan Matossian (05:20):

You’re skyrocketing. Everybody’s skyrocketing. All the homies are killing it. Uh, he’s joining, uh, the ranks, um, with of Charlie Kirk, uh, Danes de Suza and Dennis Preger, um, three extremely, extremely articulate men, uh, who are very capable of using their logic to enter any conversation and handle their own. And uh, and Mr. Uh, officer Brandon, uh, Tatum also belongs in that category, which I think is why we like him so much, cuz he thinks clearly on his feet you can put him in any situation and uh, he, he can speak to it. Um, he, he can speak to it with his logic. Two plus two is four. He does, he doesn’t have to defend something. That’s a lie. We don’t have to hear his feelings. He can explain it to you. And whether you agree with him or not, you know where he stands because he explained it to you. No, not 900 pounds. Corey, not 900 pounds. Uh, uh, oh, I like this. Uh, from chase Brian seven 50, not seven 50 Austin Hartman. You’re getting close five 60. Yes. Six times my back squat. That is a great, uh, guess Devesh Maharaj now here’s the thing who thinks this show’s actually gonna happen? Who thinks Brandon’s gonna actually get his camera going?

Brandon Tatum (06:40):

I don’t know. It, it is, it is very interesting that this camera is not working two years and it never had a problem with this camera.

Sevan Matossian (06:47):

Hey really? Can you just switch your camera choice to your computer one?

Brandon Tatum (06:52):

No, it’s like I got a whole setup, man. I got a NDI connection with a TriCaster and all that. I I’m wondering if I have to just reset my entire computer,

Sevan Matossian (07:03):

Do it, do it. Do you do you? We’re good. We’re so yeah.

Brandon Tatum (07:06):

Let me reset this thing real quick. Yeah. And I’ll be back.

Sevan Matossian (07:08):

Yep. You do it. He said TriCaster that’s hardcore. I oh, I can’t wait to ask him about the UFC. He dropped Dana a White’s name the other day. He was in the front row when uh, Tony Ferguson got kicked in the face by Michael Chandler and KA good evening. What are we playing at? How tall is Seon? No, <laugh> uh, 5 75 close. He, um, it’s somewhere in the 500 range. I think it’s in the low five hundreds, but, but it’s, it’s pretty crazy. And he, and he was, uh, positioned. Did he playing football? Like it matters to me. He’s he? He was one of the guys that runs and tackles you how’s that how’s that? I can’t even remember the last time I back squatted, I only front squat.

Sevan Matossian (08:00):

Um, this guy has, uh, 1.9 Brandon officer Brandon Tanden has 1.9, uh, or eight, nine, uh, million YouTube subscribers. Um, he came onto my radar in 2020. Uh, he just tells it like it is. And I think that’s been extremely refreshing, but there is a specific reason why it’s refreshing and uh, we’ll get into that four pages of notes. Anything over two means I’m nervous. Do I seem nervous? Oh my goodness. That kick what? Kick me. Oh, I don’t know what that is. Melissa came in spitting fire. Uh, oh, good evening. What are we playing? Oh great. Yeah, it’s not right. She’s not the one I’m worried. Worried about. Is it Alisa? One of these, one of these girls is brutal or is it Trina? One of these girls just is like a dude. She got, she got no, no, uh, no. Hold back in her man. Um, there’s this show on there’s this show on YouTube? Uh, Hans goes on it a lot. It’s called the Tony Tony fire show. Tony. It’s a show outta Austin. They claim it’s the most widely watched live YouTube show on YouTube.

Sevan Matossian (09:30):

It’s a comedian show. It’s a shot outta Texas. I can’t remember Tony something, Tony something, and someone will say it in the comments and holy shit, those guys are Savage. They had a, they had a lady comedian up on stage when they were in San Francisco and they just unloaded on her kill Tony. Thank you. Thank you. Also have Hans coming back on the show, which is kind of exciting. Uh, hi hich cliff, Tony kill Tony. Oh, hi. Hi. Is that hing cliff? One of you guys, uh, in my DMS told me you went and saw Joe Rogan live and Tony open for him. This is just like last week when I was in Colorado, I got the DM and that, um, Tony was better than, uh, Joe Rogan. I don’t really find that show funny. I that show for every like 20 jokes told on that show.

Sevan Matossian (10:22):

I think one is good and I get it. Maybe that’s kind of the, um, part of the show. That’s cool because they’re just live and they’re just going at it. It reminds me of, um, sort of being in the eighth, ninth, 10th grade and, and the boys would sit around in a circle and we would just, all we called it cap sessions. Everyone would cap C on each other cap capping should ask Brandon if he did that cap sessions, like where you’d just sit around and just rib dudes. There were never any girls in the cap sessions. I wonder, I wonder if officer, uh, Tatum did that. There he is. Oh, look, he’s animated. Oh, he switched his background.

Brandon Tatum (10:57):

All right. I’m here like a liberal tier. Okay. I’m back.

Sevan Matossian (11:02):

Uh, when you were a young man in the hi, how are you?

Brandon Tatum (11:06):

Good. Good. How you doing?

Sevan Matossian (11:07):

Uh, take fucking in love with you When you were in the eighth grade, ninth grade, 10th grade, did you and the, um, boys sit around and have what we, we used to call ’em cap sessions. There’d be like 10 of you in someone’s living room. And do you know what a cap session is? Capping Uhhuh. That’s not a, okay. I’m 50. Maybe you guys didn’t do. Maybe you called someones. You just, you just ripped on each other. Ripped on each other’s moms clothes. Oh yeah. Just everyone’s just fucking everyone up.

Brandon Tatum (11:34):

Yes. Yes. All the time we used to do it all

Sevan Matossian (11:37):

The time and there’s like one or two dudes who are smart and just stay out of it. Yes. They’re just not good at it. And they stay and occasionally like just something flies over and drills. ’em like a comment or two. Yep. But they just stay

Brandon Tatum (11:47):

Cool. They normally sit in the background, laugh and try. Yeah. Yeah. Try not to laugh too hard.

Sevan Matossian (11:52):

They don’t, they don’t want them there. There is. Um, every, when I hear, um, uh, you were on a podcast with the Navy seal host and his question to you was what are the stereotypes? What are your favorite stereotypes or most accurate stereotypes, whatever he said of peop of black people and white people. I understand his question. Here’s the, and I don’t know if it’s a problem. I understand his question. But the thing is, is that there’s no characteristic that comes with being black or white. And that’s where we’re stuck. There’s no characteristic that comes with being black or white, except your relationship with the sun zero. And I spent a ton of time in Africa on that time. I know that we just have different cultures here. And for some reason we keep fucking talking about everyone by their skin color. Go on.

Brandon Tatum (12:37):

You go. Yeah, no, no. I think that, you know, you have to be a delusional person or a person that’s misinformed or brainwash to believe that color has anything to do with anything. Yeah. You know, and, and

Sevan Matossian (12:47):

People except for the sun though, right. Like you and I, our skins do respond to the sun differently. Right,

Brandon Tatum (12:51):

Right. Right. I mean, yeah. When, when you talk about biology, you talking about, uh, you know, melon in the skin and different things like that. I mean, and, and that’s that varies too. I mean, you could be a light skinned person. That’s receptive to tanning. Some people burn, you know, and you could be white and there’s, there’s black people who are light skinned that, that are considered black, but they’re light skinned. So they burn darker skinned people. Don’t burn, you know, in the sun. So it, it color makes zero. It has nothing to do with nothing. In my opinion, for the most part, the difference is culture. And what people have to understand is that there is a culture that some people buy into. And unfortunately there’s a, a, I will say a large amount of black people that buy into a particular culture, which make people believe that that’s black culture and that’s

Sevan Matossian (13:39):

Not. And, and what is it, if it’s not black culture, I’m guilty of that. I’ll say, I’ll say that. What

Brandon Tatum (13:42):

Is that? Well, in the, in the earlier stages of when America was being developed, it’s called redneck culture. Okay. And you know, this is something,

Sevan Matossian (13:50):

Oh, I like it. I,

Brandon Tatum (13:52):

This is something that Thomas soul, uh, wrote in his book, the, the, uh, black redneck and, and white liberal, it talks about all of the, the, the entertainment and, and, uh, you know, promiscuity and all of these different things that in a lot of inner cities, you see, it originated from Europe. It came here in the form of the white redneck. And then in many of these situations, white people begin to move on from that culture. And then black people begin to adopt a culture after slavery. And that’s what, that’s why we see this type of this type of mentality. Unfortunately, it’s associated with black people. Black culture has changed over the years in the thirties, black people by and large did not act the way you see today, saggy pants. And I’m not saying this is all black people. I’m just saying in general, some of these stereotypes that we see S pans, gang activity, the, the violent music being known for entertainment and, and, and playing sports. And that that’s, that’s a more modern phenomenon of a behavior that we see in black people. It used to not be that way. You know, children outta wedlock used to not be the case in the, in the quote unquote black community, uh, abortions was not the case. We were not, we were believed in God more. All of the things that you see today that have infiltrated into the black community is not what black people used to, you know, be like,

Sevan Matossian (15:19):

Uh, I had never, I never knew that came from Europe.

Brandon Tatum (15:22):

Yeah. I mean, Thomas so said in his book, he has a lot of references there. And, and, you know, I tend to believe what he has to say.

Sevan Matossian (15:28):

So yes, me

Brandon Tatum (15:29):

Too. He brought it up. He, I forget what parts of, of Europe. Uh, but he brought up how back in Europe, there was this whole, uh, I would say underbelly of society where it, it wasn’t necessarily all negative, but it was filled with gambling and entertainment. And, you know, kind of like the, you know, how we see people that are smoking weed and doing all this stuff that was originally from like a European ideology. Those Europeans came over here and typically associated with poverty, you know, and they came over here and then white people started doing it here. And, and then, you know, black people adopted it through slavery and then some black people have grown out of it like myself. I don’t, I don’t, I don’t consider myself to be a part of, a lot of the quote unquote, black culture today. Cause I wanna just make this clear cause I don’t wanna buy, take what I’m saying outta context. There’s no such thing as black culture, there’s a particular culture that some black people adopt and, and that’s kind of what we see today.

Sevan Matossian (16:28):

And, and, and, and, and, and I think what you, I asked you, what would you call that culture? And you said, redneck culture.

Brandon Tatum (16:34):

Yeah. Based on Tommy soul’s ideology of the book. Now

Sevan Matossian (16:38):

You tell me the name of the book. One more time.

Brandon Tatum (16:40):

It’s called black redneck and white liberal.

Sevan Matossian (16:44):

Okay. I’m gonna read that today. And then I’m gonna start if, if, if I, um, if I see that too, which I think I’m going to, I’m going to start just using that redneck culture. I’m gonna start using that.

Brandon Tatum (16:56):

Yeah. Yeah. It’s, you know, that’s, that’s kind of

Sevan Matossian (16:58):

The academic sense.

Brandon Tatum (16:59):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (17:00):

The academic

Brandon Tatum (17:00):

Sense when you break it down and you look at it academically, when you look at historically, that’s what it is. You know, you look at it now, you know, people like to associate it with poverty, which is, which is kind of what it, what it is and how it manifests today is that most of the, the, the degradation of culture happens, um, in these poverished areas. And I had this conversation with a few of my friends the other day it’s, it’s kind of like the concept of which came first, the, the egg or the chicken mm-hmm <affirmative> and which came first poverty or bad behavior. And, you know, it’s kind of this vicious cycle. It’s like people who have bad behavior typically are in poverty. People who are in poverty typically have bad behavior, and it’s this vicious cycle that just keeps going around. And it manifests today, uh, in a lot of these inner cities and, and, and poorer communities, not just black communities.

Sevan Matossian (17:47):

Where, where did you grow up? Where were you born?

Brandon Tatum (17:50):

I was born in Fort worth, Texas.

Sevan Matossian (17:51):

And then were you raised there?

Brandon Tatum (17:53):

Yep. Raised there until I was 18. And we lived in various parts of Fort worth, Texas. I graduated from Paul Lawrence Dunbar high school, which is in stop six, Texas, right in the hood.

Sevan Matossian (18:03):

Uh, um, the, the reason and, and I’m open to being, uh, totally, uh, wrong about this, um, that I think most people, um, gravitate towards, uh, officer Brandon Tatum is because of this, uh, first and foremost, um, when he speaks it’s logical. So, so he he’s, he’s transparent that. And so if you have a, if you have a beef with what he’s saying, or if you want to come at it, you can, you don’t have to, um, try to address something that’s ambiguous. Um, there’s no, there’s no word fuckery. There’s no word trickery, you know? Um, and, and he, even though I don’t agree with him, uh, although I don’t believe in God, myself, uh, and when he talks about God, he’s completely transparent about that. It’s all, it’s all just beautiful honesty. It’s what, it’s, what makes it, makes him extremely attractive. That being said, the savior component to him is I grew up in the bay area.

Sevan Matossian (18:56):

I was born in Oakland children’s hospital, and I grew up in the bay area. And, uh, the worst thing you could call and, and it’s beyond, and I didn’t know this growing up there, but it’s beyond liberal. And the worst thing you could call anyone in the bay area. And I don’t know if it’s particularly in this order, but the, and it’s so bad that people walk around terrified of being called a racist. I was born in 1972, and it was the most scary thing that could ever happen to you. And then of course there was P pedophile and rapist. No one wants to be those. Yeah. Um, and then, and then all of a sudden, um, uh, it started being thrown around. People started being called a racist, and you couldn’t even come to their defense if they weren’t racist, because you were so scared, it would, would land on you.

Sevan Matossian (19:42):

And unfortunately it required someone with, um, melanated skin with black skin to come up and, and just gonna say it to save these fucking white people, to save the people who were fucking terrified. No, I’m, I’m not racist. I swear. You are, you just don’t fucking know it. And people like Candace and, and here’s the paradox people like Candace people like officer Brandon Tatum, uh, um, uh, uh, the token black guy, um, these guys, their saviors to, to, to kind of innocent people who, who, um, who are just terrified. They’re scared. They’re absolutely fucking scared. And the only reason why I can speak on is cuz I was canceled. If I wasn’t canceled, I would fucking be scared too, hiding in the fucking bushes. And so, and so on behalf of all of the us who were, are fucking terrified or we’re terrified, thank you.

Brandon Tatum (20:40):

Well, I appreciate that. Yeah. And, and I think that it, it goes in cycles, right? I mean, when you look at this historically from the aspect of the United States of America, um, you gotta think when, when black African slaves came to the United States of America, there were white people who saved them. That’s pretty much what happened. You know, you had the, the, uh, the Christians, people who were believers, um, who were, uh, coming and helping people like Harriet Tubman and others to free the slaves. They never believed in slavery. Um, when you talk about, when you go down in history, you look at the Republican party. When you look at the civil rights movement, when you look at the, the civil rights act, when you look at the voting act, all of these different things, white Republicans, initially white Republicans were responsible for giving black people the freedoms. Well, I would say giving them the free, acknowledging their freedoms, cuz freedoms come from God. They don’t come from the government. Yes, sir. But acknowledging the freedoms of black people from slavery, giving them citizenship in the United States of America and allowing them to have the right or observe the right to vote again because black people used to be able to vote when voting was measured based on property ownership. And then, uh, you know, it was taken away and it was returned back to where black people could did have the free right. Or the equal right. To vote. I mean, I

Sevan Matossian (22:00):

Know that I had

Brandon Tatum (22:01):

No idea. Yeah. All of this was white people, helping black people in a situation where you have a, the availability to help. And that’s what happened. Good white people. I mean, and then you go down, you know, go down the, the history lane until today. And you see that black people like myself who are not absorbed in propaganda and not brainwashed. We are now stepping to the defense or speaking on behalf of our brothers and sisters who happen to be white because I, I do it all the time. I’m like, I’m, I’m a very impartial person. And a lot of that comes because my faith in God, I I’m, I’m an impartial person. Like I don’t care nothing about a color of somebody’s skin. I care about what’s right. And what’s wrong. And if something is wrong, I’m gonna correct it. And if somebody’s doing right, I’m gonna support them.

Brandon Tatum (22:52):

It doesn’t matter what color they are, where, where, where they come from. And that’s my philosophy. And that’s the philosophy that has gotten us as Americans to this point today is that there’s always people who observe good and who’s willing to preserve the things that are right. And it goes, it ebbs and flows. And I think black people are, have a, a duty. I don’t say a duty owe anybody, anything, but you, it it’s a, it is almost a duty and responsibility to say, you know what, that’s wrong? What they’re doing to white people, just like you wrong with they were doing to black people back in the day.

Sevan Matossian (23:25):

I, I, um, I, I, I agree with you. I think, I think people with meated skin have a fucking duty too, the same way. I think obese people have a duty to say, to speak up and say, it’s not COVID, that’s killed anyone. It’s the fact that I’ve been eat drinking six Cokes a day for the last 30 years, smoking fucking jewels and eating a six pack of donuts for breakfast. And please don’t quarantine, any healthy people who don’t, who take care of themselves and value their existence. Right. Think, I think, I think, I think, I think, uh, I think, um, we need an OB obese person to step up in that, in that same way and become a superhero. I’ve talked about it on my show a million times. We, we, we got, we got, um, uh, black skin people doing that. Why, why don’t we have some really unhealthy motherfuckers standing up for those of us who fucking have no fear of COVID cause cuz no one healthy has died.

Brandon Tatum (24:09):

Yeah. For the most part, you know, it is not attacking people. It’s, you know, we knew this from the very beginning. That’s why complete bull crap, what we see going on today. And I hope these people go to prison. You know, they, they, do you think they

Sevan Matossian (24:19):

Will?

Brandon Tatum (24:20):

No, I, I don’t think that they will. I think that they should, uh, it’s a possibility that they could, but you know, the way our country works and the way our government system is set up in, in this fraudulent Ponzi scheme manner, um, I don’t think we have control like we think we do. And I, I think that there’s people that are have a legacy control over our country that is never gonna change. I mean, unless they all die off and, and that’s not gonna happen. Um, but you know, I, I, I think it was all bull crap, man. They knew from the very beginning, I knew probably you knew most people with common sense knew that it was an attack on people who had a weak immune system. People who were obese comorbidities. We already see the CDC talks about the comorbidities. I think it was like five or more comorbidities in the, in, in the, most of the people who had died from COVID.

Brandon Tatum (25:06):

We already knew this fact, we already knew the same people are dying or relatively the same people are dying from the flu every year. More people die from obesity every year, heart, heart failure. I mean all of these different things that go on with bad, poor health, some people are elderly. They can’t control their health to a certain degree. They’re just up in age. And it’s about that time. And the COVID monster got ’em. We already knew that’s what it was young children and people who are, who are healthy, generally speaking, they had no fear of dying. Now you’re going to get it. I got it. My wife got it.

Sevan Matossian (25:40):

I got it.

Brandon Tatum (25:41):

Yeah. So probably most people on here got it to some form of fashion. And I guess if you didn’t, you don’t know you got it. Maybe you were asymptomatic

Sevan Matossian (25:48):

80%, 80%.

Brandon Tatum (25:50):

Right? Most of us got it. And we recovered from it. It was no different than the flu. Maybe a little bit more residual effects for some people, maybe no effect. In some people, my wife had nothing. She just lost her taste buds. I mean, I was laying up for a couple days. And so it is bull crap and they know it. They used it to destroy this country. And I know people think it’s cons, it’s a conspiracy theory, but it’s not. They used it to destroy our country. They used it to manipulate currency. They, they used it to get Donald Trump outta office. They used it to, to get the election the way they wanted it this time, which gotta half dead man, uh, in, in, in the office of president of the presidency.

Sevan Matossian (26:27):

Do you know? Some people don’t know, do you know? Some people don’t know how bad he is. Like I, I, I live in a, in the liberal hive and I go, so how do you think about, uh, Joe Biden? They’re like fine. I’m like, are you concerned about his health at all? They’re like, no. Why? Like they don’t know that they don’t know

Brandon Tatum (26:41):

He’s dead. He’s he’s a dead man walking. I remember when I was playing football and uh, we had weights at 5:00 AM and if you weren’t there before they started, the coach would yell out. As you walk in dead, man, walk in dead, man, walk in <laugh> and you had to get on the treadmill for an hour. Um, and then you had to go and finish the work. I mean, you had to go and start the next group workout and the workouts were enough to kill you by himself. So during the hour on the StairMaster before was, was literally, you felt like you were a dead man walking and that’s exactly what Joe Biden is. He’s a dead man walking. Literally he cannot speak. He cannot complete sentences. He can’t even read a teleprompter. He’s out of control. He’s a, he has early signs of mental degradation. I mean, some people think it’s it’s potentially dementia. His mind is going, he used to not be like this. And, and anybody who’s intellectually honest or at least have common sense will look at the old videos of, of Joe Biden. And he was pretty sharp. He was an idiot. I think he was evil. He was a racist, but he was pretty sharp. And, and I,

Sevan Matossian (27:43):

Yeah. How do people not see how racist he is?

Brandon Tatum (27:46):

Well, he’s, he’s like, he’s one of the most racist. I mean, it’s very weird how people are so easily confused and, and, and lied to and manipulated. And they believe it. Joe Biden did the eulogy of a, of a guy who was a former Klans member. Robert Bird was a former Klans member. He was a part of the K Klux Klan, uh, Joe Biden did his, his eulogy. Uh,

Sevan Matossian (28:07):

Can you imagine if Trump did that? Oh my God. Oh

Brandon Tatum (28:10):

My God, dude. If Trump, if Trump watched it watched a K Klux Klan member on television, when he was three, they would, they would call him a racist, you know, that’s, that’s what they did. And in the 94 crime bill now, I don’t think the 94 crime bill was a racist crime bill. Um, and people like to conflate racism with racial. Uh, uh, I wouldn’t say discrimination, but disparity. They like to conflate the two, which I don’t think they’re related. However, if you wanna push, um, negative effects on, on minority communities based on policies, the Biden altered the 94 crime bill, which put a, a whole bunch of African American men in prison. I mean, we can go down the list. He told, uh, Charmaine, I don’t want call him the guy because he ain’t a God at all. But the guy named Charmaine on the breakfast club, he interviewed Joe Biden. And Joe Biden said, if you don’t know, if you wanna vote for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.

Sevan Matossian (29:02):

Hey, I grew up hearing that by the way. Just so you know, from, from when I was five years old to when I could listen to till I was 30, that is just, that is the exact sentiment of everyone in the bay area. Who’s a liberal that one, they feel sorry for anyone who’s not white. And that’s why there’s one. And that’s the crazy part. They feel sorry. And so they hide behind this, um, uh, uh, fake benevolence, this fake kindness, that that is the liberal, um, this metaphor I like to use a lot. Um, Brandon is, uh, um, liberals, um, are, let’s say we’re all sitting at the beach. There’s 500 of us packed in at the beach, right? And a seagull flies over the liberals. The one that’s like, oh, I’m gonna do something good and feed the seagull piece of bread. One it’s bad for the Seagul two. It brings 10,000 seagulls and they shit on everyone and ruin everything for everyone. And then, and if you get upset that they’re like, I’m feeding animals, you’re a bad person.

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