#455 – Alex Stein Pt. 3

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Sevan Matossian (00:01):

Bam. We’re live damn a minute late. That passes fast, loving all the stunts Alex been up to lately. Looking forward to this one. I’m delaying my workout to listen. I got bad news for you. I got bad news for you. Alex is gonna be 30 minutes late. Maybe you can work out and then come back. I’m so sorry. I am so sorry. Cross-functional fitness. I am sorry. Hello, Bruce. Heidi, Austin. Amanda. Eric Allen did. Um, no, that’s not what I want. Let’s see, I’ve been, uh, taking some shots. I don’t have shots is the right word, but I’ve been coming on pretty strong, like just making fun of Europe and Canada and Australia.

Sevan Matossian (01:00):

And, uh, people have gotten really not a lot of people, but a handful of people have gotten really angry about it. Like, fuck you, you fat, ugly Americans. You guys are assholes and you’re fat and your country sucks. And, and you have guns that kill people and just all just really just angry, really angry. I wanna, I just wanna put something in into perspective for people who don’t understand. You could say that. I mean, there there’s, these types of things can be put in a perspective, just all over the place. There’s towns in China that have more people than most countries on the planet, towns in China that have more people in them than most countries around the world. So when you know that, and then you’re from one of those countries and you wanna talk about populations or understanding social movements or understanding civilization, you have to realize like you have a massive blind spot.

Sevan Matossian (02:11):

We have cities in the United States that are more diverse than every country on the planet, including the great UK and London and, and Sydney and, and wherever. And so, and so there’s a huge blind spot for you. The land mass of the United States is 3.6 million square miles. To put that in perspective, the Netherlands is 16,000 square miles. You, that country is one giant concrete jungle compared to our country. Even the most outreach far places, you could go in the country where you think you’re in the country, still, um, relatives to the United States. That’s the entire place has been paved over relative. And so when you speak from those places, you just have these enormous blind spots, enormous blind spots.

Sevan Matossian (03:11):

And I’m sorry. And, and I know I am sorry. Some of the stuff I say is divisive and I don’t mean it to be, I just get, you know, I, I, I take it. It’s not fair. You know, a couple people from New Zealand two years ago are telling you, telling us how stupid we are, cuz we’re not handling COVID right. And, and we know the whole time that they’re completely fucking up their protocol. And two years later they’re having the worst widespread COVID the world’s ever seen same with Australia, but two years ago they were bragging. What they were doing was right. And so when I see that, I just can’t help. If it be like, nah, nah, nah, nah. And a, and there, and I’m sorry, it’s not cool. It’s not mature. I’m not mature. I’m not, I’m not, I’m not like overly mature. That’s that’s uh, mark. Hi, good morning. Sorry. Uh, Alex said he is gonna be 30 minutes late. You know what else is even scarier. He sent me a picture and he’s in his car. He’s in his car.

Sevan Matossian (04:06):

So that makes me think that, um, you could be stuck with me for a while. And when he does come in, I’m not sure how, how great the connection’s gonna be. I was watching some Peter Bogosian videos last night. You guys remember him? He’s the guy who does all the videos like undefining woke, man. Oh yeah, this is wow. So, so Dave, so Dave Castro has fired up his YouTube station. Someone. I had no idea he did this. I wonder how long before he has more subscribers than me. He’s got 7,000 subscribers. I’m going to, uh, hold on. I’m gonna pull over, um, Dave’s account. Let me see what’s going on here. Let me see what’s going on. Let’s see if we can listen to this together. Uh, what’s going

Speaker 2 (05:05):

Reintroduced me. And uh, then I talked for a few minutes to all jump and um, and Saturday I’m going down to slow. I’m going tomorrow. I’m training some more snipers. Some snipers from down south are coming up and, and Saturday I’m going down to slow. I’m gonna

Sevan Matossian (05:23):

Speak. So someone told me at the end of this video, he said something about coming on my podcast. So, so, and I haven’t heard it yet. A group

Speaker 2 (05:29):

Of affiliates in

Sevan Matossian (05:32):

That, that office right there, by the way, looks like he’s at the ranch to me. Oh, is that a sewing machine in the background? Maybe. I don’t know what room that is.

Speaker 2 (05:53):

Add it from that area at bill Grundler.

Sevan Matossian (05:55):

Is that like sewing machine to you guys in back there? See this, if you can see where I’m pointing my arrow, that, that is that a sewing machine. I don’t remember sewing machine being in that room. I thought that was the war room, but it looks so different Fox

Speaker 2 (06:06):

And also Friday, I’m going to hop onto Seon podcast and shoot the shit with him. So that’ll be fun if you guys have any. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (06:15):

Uh, he just said it. Did you hear it? He’s coming on my podcast tomorrow. Um, it, it, when he, um, he doesn’t like to do them on, he does not like to do them using stream yard. I know he is gonna wanna do it in person. So that means I’m gonna either have to go out to the ranch or he’s gonna have to come over to my house. And that means we probably won’t go live. And that will be my fault. I don’t, I don’t know how to go live in person. I mean, I, I mean, I could, I could, I could rig it, but it could be pretty janky. I need, unless I have some time today, like to practice and, and run some test runs. All right, well, dang. I’m excited to talk to him. No wonder this morning I woke up and my DMS were full of people saying, Hey, will you ask Dave this? He said, oh, here we go. Corey says, he said to send any questions you have for him to se on. Yeah, shit. That’s cool. Let me see what else he says. Hold on. Let’s see

Speaker 2 (07:15):

Questions. You want him to ask me, hit him up or, or hit me up, but

Sevan Matossian (07:20):

Oh shit. Look, he’s got a little TDC logo in the bottom right hand corner of his video. Do you see that

Speaker 2 (07:25):

For checking it out once again? I’ll probably do these once a week or something like that, especially when I have stuff going on just to give an overview of, uh, what’s been going on. All right.

Sevan Matossian (07:37):

Thanks. Oh shit. Oh shit. Wow. Wow. Wow. So he’s gonna, he’s gonna, so we got Hiller doing daily videos. Now Dave’s gonna start doing weekly videos. I always think of this. There’s only so many minutes in the day that people have, right? So we’re all competing for the same minutes. So all the people in the ecosystem are all competing for the same minutes. So, you know, I have some, I, I have, uh, Dale, Soran the former general council of CrossFit coming on in a couple weeks. I have Dave coming on tomorrow and you know who else I have coming on is, um, I, I think, I think it’s scheduled. I think we have Lauren KLE coming on.

Sevan Matossian (08:30):

Let me see. She she’s been just going nuts over there at the morning. Chalk up. I wanna go over and see their, their YouTube morning. Chalk up YouTube. Pause this. Let’s go look over here. Share how do I share, uh, share screen. Let’s see what she’s doing. I mean, this is, look, look at this video. This is, this is pretty B will there ever be another Matt Fraser? And it has 9,000 views already. And she’s got Ben Bergeron and Jason CLE on there. What, what? That’s some fucking, that’s brilliant. That takes some balls. She’s going hard. What a great idea. I wonder who came with that? Then she got Daniel, Brandon talk over here.

Sevan Matossian (09:20):

What happens to the teams division? If rich retires. I mean, looking at all these, these I are these all her, let me see this rich one. Oh no, that one hasn’t happened yet. That one’s scheduled. Oh look. Okay. So here she is with some dude who looks like a young version of me, like Humpty hump. Oh, she got that dude again over here. Then she got, Brian looks like a wear Wolf. Look at how busy she is. So three days ago. No, no. Oh my goodness. Yesterday. I better hurry up and get, I better hurry. Even get Emma Lawson on before she’s getting everyone. Then she got, yeah. So look it, this is one day ago, three days ago, three days ago, three days ago, three days ago, four days ago, four days ago, four days ago, five days ago, five days ago, five. Oh, she’s releasing three videos a day. I lose, I can’t win. All right, fine. Fuck it. I’m not going over there and looking anymore. Fucking depressing.

Sevan Matossian (10:19):

Still waiting for Rosa to come on. Oh yes, Greg soon, Greg soon. I think Greg will come on soon. I was just actually texting with him. I, I think it’s only a, uh, matter of time. Um, he, he always says he’ll come on. Um, and, and I, and I think once he does come on once that, like, I, I cross into that. I think I can have him on like a lot. I think maybe he’ll enjoy himself and he’ll come on a bunch. Uh, yes, but you’re underestimating. How many hours? Uh, people watch YouTube today? Oh, meaning like, if I think that they’re competing, it’s like, man, I have a lot of time to compete for. So it’s irrelevant. Yeah. Maybe, maybe, maybe, maybe. Yeah. I guess just send your questions to, um, my DMS and I’ll try to get through them by tomorrow. I, I better write down all this shit I have to do tomorrow. Charge all the cameras. I haven’t filmed anything live and that’s not using my phone in a long time.

Sevan Matossian (11:28):

I’ve been really, uh, I’ve been really hyper focused on, on a, on a couple ideas, uh, lately. Um, the no plan B thing, I was just re yeah, I’ve been just really focused on that. Thinking about how, what that exactly means and what the implications are. And I’ve been really focused on, um, kids stuff lately. For some reason, all of a sudden out of nowhere, I used to get a ton of questions about kids. And then all of a sudden in last month, a ton of people are asking me about raising kids. Again, I don’t know what happened. I don’t know if like nine months ago, a bunch of people were banging and now the kids are popping out.

Sevan Matossian (12:02):

The thing with kids is this. It’s just, someone said this the other day. I can’t remember. It doesn’t really matter what you do with them. As long as you’re spending time with them. And part of me kind of thinks it’s, it’s, it’s kind of that easy. So if you spend time with them and you’re, and you’re not beating them, you know what I mean? If you’re being nice to them, you’re engaging them. If you’re showing patient with them, then it’s, then it’s all gonna work out. And the other day, I, I made that post also about just, you know, try to treat them like they’re sacred. What does sacred mean? Treat them like, they’re the greatest thing ever, like, like, like they’re God, like they’re judging you based on how you treat them, treat them just with, with, with no exception, you know? So you, you would never give your favorite something Coke, right? It deserves better than Coke.

Sevan Matossian (12:53):

You would never give your favorite something, a pair of Nobles and be like, squeeze these things onto your feet, give yourself something, give it something better, try something new, set it free. And, and, and, and as long as you spend time with your kids and, and it’s not, it’s not, um, I don’t wanna say it’s not easy, cuz it is easy, but, but you’re gonna screw up a lot. Like I’ve man, I lose my temper every day with my kids. For sure. Every day, there’s someone doing something back there punching someone in the balls, throwing something, you know, the other day my kid was, uh, had a Sharpie. Joseph had a Sharpie and we have a wall in the house where you measure how tall you are and then write the date down. And he, with a Sharpie, he was measuring like his, um, Heman do or something or his Elsa do. So we have all these little lines now with permanent marker on our wall for, for action figures that have been measured. I wanted to kill him. I’m like, dude, he’s like what? And then I caught myself. I’m like, dude, um, that’s only for human beings are to be measured on the side of that wall. Not, not dolls.

Sevan Matossian (14:06):

It’s crazy how much shit I used to buy my kids. I went through a phase where like, I was proud when my kids were born. I didn’t buy them anything. And then they started getting into stuff and we, and I ended up buying them so many like dolls by dolls. They’re like action figures, you know like Ironman, Elsa, a Spiderman, just any movie they saw. They wanted them. They immediately disrobed Elsa. Actually they disrobed, they disrobed all of them. It must be naked.

Sevan Matossian (14:40):

I made a, uh, post. I made a couple posts yesterday. I guess they were kind of harsh. I dunno if harsh is the word poignant, it stirred the pot. It wasn’t my intention. I was just inspired. Someone sent me a post of Dave Castro, giving a talk back in 2013. You guys wanna hear it? I’m gonna play it. Let me see. And uh, my, my intention, um, my intention wasn’t to be an asshole, but um, you know, sometimes it just happens. I’m going to, uh, I’m gonna play this piece for you right here. Okay. So some girls talking and she asked the question, I’m gonna

Speaker 3 (15:37):

Games to for <inaudible> games. You can really, really make,

Sevan Matossian (15:40):

Here we go. Dave’s gonna answer the question. I don’t think it matters.

Speaker 2 (15:43):

Not getting distracted, not letting, uh, others tell us what to do. You know, people, people think that some of our sponsors maybe run the games or tele pasture. They have no input on how we’re conducting the games and they never will. No one ever will. And uh, the games are all us and we’re gonna put on a great event and we’re not gonna let other people tell us how to put on our events. And it might piss people off. It might not be the PC thing to do, but keeping it core, keeping it CrossFit, keeping it true to us, true to our, uh, values and not, not getting distracted by other forces, not letting people tell us how it should be, which direction to take it. What, how traditional sports are run. If we would’ve listened to all those people, I don’t think we’d be where we are with this event and not seeking bigger grower, not going after we need this thing to do to big.

Sevan Matossian (16:44):

Do you hear that? Do you hear that? That was the part that really finally was like, all right, I’ve heard enough. I’m gonna play the rest for you here in a minute minute. But he said, we’re not gonna seek growth. Do do you know, that’s how, that’s how every great person, um, that’s how every great thing happens. It’s weird. I was interviewing those kids the other day and I liked them, the vision twins, but they keep referring to themselves as a brand. Or I have some people helping me with my Instagram and they’ll be like, oh, I’ll stay true to your brand. And it’s okay if they talk like that, but I can never talk like that to my brand. Try to do growth. That that’s not, that’s not how things happen. That’s that’s not how good shit happens. That’s not how sustainable, um, love happens. That’s I, I, I guess that’s what I was saying. We don’t need

Speaker 2 (17:37):

It to be that way. Just we’re happy with how big

Sevan Matossian (17:41):

It’s it’s it’s it’s enough to give anything, some authenticity or some present. Wow. You look young this morning.

Alex Stein (17:50):

I look young. Do I? Huh? That makes good. Can you hear me

Sevan Matossian (17:54):

Hear you? Great. Did you just shave or something?

Alex Stein (17:57):

No, I’m just in the car with my backwards hat. I’m leaving the blaze TV studios. I got a freaking I’m going to Houston right now for the Republican convention. You’re like this. Okay. So in Texas they have like the, the biggest state convention or whatever for Republicans, right? Mm-hmm <affirmative>. And uh, they have this rule where if the male is the, if the, the president of the convention or whatever is a male, then the, uh, hold on. I got some old duct tape for my phone set up. Then the vice president has to be a female. So I am running as vice president of the, uh, of the what’s. We call it of the convention as Alexandria Stein. So all these people are tripping out because, uh, it’s gonna be insane in the membrane is gonna say,

Sevan Matossian (18:42):

Hey, are you a Republican

Alex Stein (18:45):

Kinda not kind of, not really. I’m more of a populace, but I’m definitely not like a liberal freak anymore. Not that I ever really was a super liberal person. I’m just saying because of the Overton window, you know, I, I would, could be considered probably a, a conservative now, but I’m more of a populist.

Sevan Matossian (18:59):

If that what’s what’s wait. What’s that mean? What’s the Overton window.

Alex Stein (19:03):

So that’s like, because what happens is, is the left is moved so far left, right? Yes. So that you just say that you’re like, don’t want a nine year old to transition their sex. You’re considered like conservative, like bill Mar. Have you seen how he’s

Sevan Matossian (19:21):

It’s I, so is that a term I could look up to Overton window. Yeah,

Alex Stein (19:25):

Look it up right now. Overton window,

Sevan Matossian (19:28):

Overton window. Look it up. Is that like, do you know, do you know the term jump the shark?

Alex Stein (19:35):

Yeah. Well, I mean, I love the term jump the shark. Yeah, of course. I’m very

Sevan Matossian (19:38):

Familiar with it. So that’s what kind of the Democrats did they jumped the shark

Alex Stein (19:42):

Basically. Yes. They’ve gone so far left that if you don’t agree with their crazy ideology, you’re like a right wing bigot. I mean, yeah. Cause, look at bill Martin,

Sevan Matossian (19:52):

But, but we were all lib. We were all liberals. And then, so we were okay with a little bit of racism. Like we were okay with affirmative action. Right. And, and then they just, and then they just took it too far and they’re like, fuck Whitey. I hate white people. And it’s like, oh shit, you, it set pres, we thought it, we were being nice by like, like by doing a little bit of racism, you know, just to make everyone happy, but you can’t even do a little bit of racism cuz it sets precedent. And now all of a sudden it’s just open season on white people when, before it was just to let some black people into college.

Alex Stein (20:23):

Well, and that’s the thing, this how this shows you too, there’s people that get in trouble for saying, for pretending to be an ethnic group in order to get into college. Have you heard about that? Where like

Sevan Matossian (20:33):

A white yeah. I put Asian on my college. I cuz I’m Armenian and Armenia is in Asia. I put Asian

Alex Stein (20:39):

Well, so that, well Asian actually they say is,

Sevan Matossian (20:45):

Oh shit.

Alex Stein (20:45):

Cause they have such high scores. But if you put like, if you put like native American, if you put like you’re black or you put, you know, some other thing that actually helps school. So that kind of shows you that is that, is that racist towards white people? I don’t know. I mean that’s for you to judge that it’s harder to get into school if you’re white than it

Sevan Matossian (21:04):

Is. Yeah. That’s that is, that is for sure racist for

Alex Stein (21:08):

Sure. Yeah, I know. But you’re not a, there’s no such thing as racism towards white people as they defined it, it can only be racism towards, uh, other classes. Like any, any racism towards white people is called prejudice. Did, did you know that you can’t be racist to a white person? You can only be prejudice to a white person.

Sevan Matossian (21:25):

Right? So I, I, I heard that and I asked

Alex Stein (21:28):

And Websters,

Sevan Matossian (21:32):

Oh, you broke up. I heard that. And they said it was because um, black people never have had power, but I was like, and then I said to the person, well what about LeBron, Oprah? Um, Barack Obama. And I started listing off all these people and they said, no, they never had any power. And I was like, oh

Alex Stein (21:46):

I know the three, like it’s tiger woods. LeBron James. And uh, Michael Jordan are like all billionaires of black guys. But yeah, they, they, they all believe that we live in a racist place. It’s just kind of crazy how well I, I’m not saying racism doesn’t exist. Like I kind of want to be in the middle. Like I think there is racist. And I think everybody has a grandfather who probably said the N word. You know what I mean? But that doesn’t necessarily mean that there’s

Sevan Matossian (22:12):

This even saying that word, doesn’t make you saying that word doesn’t make you racist.

Alex Stein (22:16):

Exactly. And that doesn’t mean that.

Sevan Matossian (22:18):

But, but Hey, but saying the, but saying N word does make you racist.

Alex Stein (22:23):

Wait, say that again. So saying it doesn’t make

Sevan Matossian (22:25):

You racist. If you say, if you actually say the word, you’re not racist, but when you say N word, those are all the racist people like you’re racist because you said that. And the reason why is, for some reason you think that word has power that hurts black people. And so therefore you’re holding them down, out of, out of fad. Kindness.

Alex Stein (22:43):

Yeah. Well, I mean, how

Sevan Matossian (22:44):

About that? How about that for some logic motherfucker?

Alex Stein (22:47):

Well, I tend to, I, yeah, now we’re playing logic games, but I also tend to do this. You know, my family we’re in the bail bond business. That’s what my dad is. I have my,

Sevan Matossian (22:56):

The what business.

Alex Stein (22:57):

But when you look at like, this is the bail bond business, we get people outta jail. I talked about this before. It’s like, that’s why the world is going. So it’s why it’s, it’s just like eroding in New York and Los Angeles and Chicago because they have what is called bail reform where they don’t, they don’t have a bail bonds. That’s not responsible for getting people outta jail because they think it’s based in racism when really, and truly if, if, if you don’t have a family member or if you don’t have like a loved one, a wife or girlfriend, that’s willing to bail you outta jail. That means you burned every bridge. You know, it’s very rarely to somebody like not have one person that would help them out. It’s usually cuz you’ve been to jail multiple times. But in those cities they have the same form that you sign to get a public defender.

Alex Stein (23:35):

You can now sign to get an RO R bond it’s called release on own recognizance and you just get, let outta jail. And the reason why that’s bad is because nobody’s responsible for them going to court. So, so the reason why that makes sense is the reason why that’s a big deal is because when these people don’t go to court, they’re not held responsible for their crimes. So they just commit more crimes. So they know, oh, well I’ll go to Chicago because if I get arrested, they’re gonna let me right out. And nobody’s, they’re not even gonna be able to re-arrest me for not going to court because they’re so overwhelmed. So all these criminals are very opportunistic and that’s why in New York, there’s a guy that rubbed feces on the person on the subway was let out the same day. There was a guy that stabbed a 23 year old UCLA grad student in west Hollywood at a high end furniture store that had 17 prior arrests. The guy should have been locked at under the jail, but he was free to go and he murdered someone. So there’s, we’re gonna continue to hear stories like that, where people are let outta jail for domestic violence. And that’s a big one. People are get, let outta jail for domestic violence. And then they go back and they go and kill their wife or girlfriend. That one’s actually way more common than people think.

Sevan Matossian (24:38):

Why is that? Why? I thought that that originally started happening cuz of COVID and they, and they just used that as an excuse to open up the prisons. What what’s happening?

Alex Stein (24:46):

No that, no, that’s not see that’s all bull crap too. Sorry. My, my phone now is being kind of funny. Uh, this is, this is a thing. Let me tape this. Oh my gosh. I had it all set up and then of course it messes up. This is the problem with the, uh, with the social justice and letting people outta jail. Hold on. Sorry. It’s kind of a shy show.

Sevan Matossian (25:06):

No, no, I like it. Oh, what’s that picture up there of you like in a suit. That’s nice.

Alex Stein (25:10):

Which picture? Which, which picture are you talking

Sevan Matossian (25:13):

About? It was on the roof of your car. It was on your advisor. There’s a picture of some man in a suit up. Oh yeah.

Alex Stein (25:18):

That’s my business card here. I’ll pull it out. Yeah. That’s my, that’s my card. Uh,

Sevan Matossian (25:22):

God, you’re so professional. I remember when I remember when you were just a young man with no professionalism. Now you have a business card. Unreal.

Alex Stein (25:30):

I know now I’m now I’m rolling in the dough. As they said, oh my gosh, dude, I just totally broke my, uh, the phone. Now I’m gonna have to duct tape this now to my, what? A pain in my ass. Like I just broke the whole thing, trying to bend it backwards.

Sevan Matossian (25:44):

Hey, maybe you could put some tape on the back of your phone and then stick your phone to something.

Alex Stein (25:48):

That’s what I’m gonna do. That’s what I’m doing right now. And I got all the time in the world. I got a three hour drive. So, so that’s what I’m doing. I’m gonna freaking do that. It’s such a pain in my

Sevan Matossian (25:57):

Quad. Mr. Stein. I wanna ask you another question about, um, so we have one question open. I wanna ask another question. Someone in my DMS was saying like, Hey, it’s so disappointing how far you’ve swung to the right? And they said, and they said all you’re, um, you’re against vaccines and you are, um, what are the other things they said? They said a bunch of stuff, but I realize it’s, it’s not that I’m, it’s interesting how they couch it. It’s not that I’m against vaccines. I’m against forced injections on adults and kids. And there’s a huge distinction there. And I’m also, I, I don’t think I can be Republican because I’m okay with terminating. Well, I’m not okay with terminating babies, but I’m more not okay with putting laws on women’s bodies. And so, and I don’t believe in God. And so like I’m missing like some of the, the, the don’t I have to be totally pro-life to be Republican.

Alex Stein (26:51):

Yeah. Well kinda, but this thing, I bet you’re more pro-life than you think, because this is what they say. That even people that are pro-choice believe there should be a limit, like there should be a limit, you know, whether it’s a first trimester or whatever trimester, you know what I mean? Yeah. And so I, I bet you’re more pro-choice you think, because I’m sure you don’t believe that you don’t think a, do you think a baby should be aborted like up until birth up until five minutes

Sevan Matossian (27:14):

Before birth? Or how about like seven days after it came out? Like in California, they’re trying to do, that’s trying do in

Alex Stein (27:19):

California. There’s there’s no way you vibe with that.

Sevan Matossian (27:22):

There can’t. No, that’s that’s insanity, but I do. But I think the reason why is, is that people get upset is cuz I do post a lot of stuff that talks about how abortion is murder. Cuz I do think, I do think that terminating a fertilized egg. I do think that there’s some, it’s not a, it’s not a good thing.

Alex Stein (27:41):

No way. That’s a good thing. How is that a good thing for anybody? And they’re saying, oh, it’s women’s health. What about the baby’s health? It doesn’t make any sense.

Sevan Matossian (27:50):

It does. It doesn’t make sense. I, I literally

Alex Stein (27:52):

Makes no sense. And, and under, and like the few times there’s ancestor rape or something. Yeah. I mean, I can see why you’d want an abortion for that. And I think that they’ll probably leave that open, but at the same time, it’s like, well, I’m saying if you were rape baby, you still want to be born. I

Sevan Matossian (28:09):

Mean it’s well, yeah, that’s, that’s the interesting thing too. They bring that up. Like it’s charged and you’re not gonna wanna talk about it, but God forbid, but if my wife were raped, I would raise the baby. Wow. And maybe I wouldn’t feel, maybe I wouldn’t feel that way if I had never had a baby before, but I have three babies now and babies need to be taken care of. They don’t, they, they shouldn’t be like, they shouldn’t be harm.

Alex Stein (28:33):

This is the other thing I’m talking about. Well, this is the,

Sevan Matossian (28:37):

But I still don’t wanna put laws on women’s bodies, which I think makes me, I can’t be a Republican. Say it again. Sorry. Go ahead.

Alex Stein (28:44):

Well, I’m just saying, I think it comes down to the simple fact that even if you’re pro-choice you do, I think most people, when they pull people, there should be a limit. We shouldn’t be able to afford a baby up until like the last trimester or up into seven days after birth. Like they’re trying to do in California, even people that are pro-choice don’t believe in that. So it’s almost sick and satanic that they’re trying to get these laws where you can literally abort a baby after it’s born. It doesn’t make sense. Most like the majority of the populist opinion of that. Nobody agrees with you see what I’m saying? So it’s just absurd.

Sevan Matossian (29:15):

Yeah. But I don’t really care about the, why do you say that? The populous opinion? Like I don’t care about the populous opinion. I don’t think in the United States things shouldn’t be done. Meaning I care about like, I care about like Liberty. So if the entire country wanted to make it, so it’s okay to be racist against black people. I, I wouldn’t jump on board with that. I don’t, I don’t the populous as an excuse to say that again.

Alex Stein (29:43):

That’s not based in reality. They’re not gonna be like, like that. That’s why we had a civil rights movement.

Sevan Matossian (29:46):

No way. Oh Mr. Stein, we’re living that. That’s the kind of shit Elizabeth Warren says all the time. The majority of people want pro-choice. It’s like, I don’t care what the majority of people want. I want, I want what’s right. I want what our Liberty and our constant.

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