#466 – Live Call In Show

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Sevan Matossian (00:04):

Bam we’re live. Ooh, that didn’t sound good. Bam. We’re live. Fake it to you. Make it so fake it till you make it fake it till you make it what’s up. Kenneth. Hey, were there two shows? Uh, uh, did you guys see two shows scheduled? I don’t know why that happened. Uh, Susan just noticed this morning that there were two shows scheduled. So I think he’s over there fixing that. Now. I apologize for that. I hate it. When that shit happens, you guys show such great commitment to the show and I hate it when we fuck it up like that, all we have to do is schedule it so that you guys can show up. Watch YouTube. We can fucking make coin. I apologize

Mattew Souza (00:48):

Should be good now.

Sevan Matossian (00:49):

Okay. This is the, the one. What was the other one? Titled

Mattew Souza (00:54):

Live calling show. Probably not rich rowing.

Sevan Matossian (00:57):

Oh yeah, that needs that one should just always be pushed down.

Mattew Souza (01:00):

Yeah. I just said it on private right now. We’ll I guess we just jump back and push it later. Okay. Cause now we have Chevon’s kids are the real life rocket power channel.

Sevan Matossian (01:11):

Oh yeah. That should definitely not be the title of this show. I changed the ti I changed the title of the show

Mattew Souza (01:17):

I

Sevan Matossian (01:17):

Last night.

Mattew Souza (01:18):

Oh, did you?

Sevan Matossian (01:19):

Yeah. In YouTube. Uh, I bet I bet you in YouTube. It’s called something else. Has

Mattew Souza (01:23):

That just read it off YouTube, but it looked like it was changed on stream.

Sevan Matossian (01:28):

Well, that fucking sucks.

Mattew Souza (01:30):

Deliberate term termination.

Sevan Matossian (01:33):

Yeah, man. I wanna start this morning over again. I don’t even see the show in stream yard.

Mattew Souza (01:45):

Okay. Very top. The very top.

Sevan Matossian (01:47):

Uh, good morning, Kenneth. Good morning, Craig. Good morning. Uh, let’s swim. What’s up guys? Uh, I wanna start this morning. Did you get my notes? SU yeah. Awesome. Thank you. Good morning. Hi. Thanks for good morning coming. Five minutes early. Uh, we started the show five minutes early today cause I wanna, uh, take my son to tennis this morning. So I wanna end five minutes early. So, but I didn’t wanna cut the show short. Thanks for joining us. So I’m gonna try to explain something to you guys. Um, it’s basically something we’ve talked about a million times on this show. Um, B before I start, you should know, uh, I am 100%. Um, pro-choice I, I know, I think most of you or at least half of you are not, um,

Mattew Souza (02:27):

50, percent’s a good investment,

Sevan Matossian (02:29):

Which, which is interesting. First, I wanna talk to you about thinking and how people think, um, the, I want there’s this, uh, there’s this, there’s this belief among, amongst cardiologists who people, um, really, really respect and amongst doctors all around the world, uh, that when you have, um, blockage or you have some sort of issues in your arteries, that it comes from the inside, that the problem comes from the inside and it’s been treated like that forever. Right? So imagine this tube, a PVC pipe, and that’s your artery. And they’re always trying to fix what’s going on on the inside. If you have CLO cloggage with stints medications, they blame cholesterol, all this shit. And that’s how they think. That’s how doctors think. If you go down, uh, to the bottom of my notes, um, SU I added it last minute, this morning, there’s something called vaso V Sorum.

Sevan Matossian (03:28):

So they think like that and they deal with the problem like that. And, and so you usually, the way you guys hear me talk about it is, is that they call homeless people, homeless people, and then they try to treat homeless people when they’re, and then they make the problem worse and create more homeless people because they’re just drug addicts. So when you treat drug addicts like homeless people, what you do is you give more security to drug addicts. So they do more drugs and more people do drugs and you exacerbate the problem. It’s just not thinking clearly. And most of that lack of thinking clearly comes from just emotional, uh, uh, emotional retardation, just not being very advanced, emotionally being an idiot, uh, an emotional idiot. Is there a number on this one to put it, to put it bluntly? No, it’s the very last one.

Sevan Matossian (04:11):

It’s just called Vava som there’s no number it’s right below 2 47. I don’t, I don’t have that. Okay. You could just Google VA. Yeah. Okay. You could just Google vaso. Maybe I sent it before the email to you before I wrote it. V uh, V a S O new word, V a S O R U M. Google will fix it for you. I spelled it wrong like five times. Yep. Okay. So what they ended up realizing or, or what they, and, and basically that science, right? So that science, they tell you that the ins that the arterial wall is being damaged from the inside. And, um, and they start trying to work on it because that is the current belief that gives you the greatest predictive value of, of, of, of the collapse of the arterial wall and how to fix it. So that’s science until someone comes along, but, but nothing is true. You have to understand that nothing is true. We’re just going with things that give us the greatest predictive value. That’s what science is. No one who understands what the definition of science is believes that it’s true, which is like a very small percentage of people by the way. But maybe you guys are starting to get it too, as I’m starting to get it.

Sevan Matossian (05:16):

So if you click on this vaso a storm, if you could look at images and make it a little bit bigger, the vaso ASO are these little tiny blood vessels that feed the arterial wall from the outside. You see those green things they’re attached to the outside arterial wall. And they’re really, really small and cells that travel down them can only travel down one at a time. So for a cell to go down there, it has to have cell motility means it has to be squishy and malleable. And it goes down that cell wall that you see is, uh, that, that vein or whatever, that thing is called the vaso VOR. And it goes down there and it gets to the arterial wall and it feeds the arterial wall. And that’s how your arteries stay healthy. If you eat too much sugar, like, uh, if you eat sugar period like Biola, stuffy, Cohen, all those people tell you it’s okay, have a little bit of sugar.

Sevan Matossian (06:07):

It’s okay. It’s just a macronutrient. If you eat sugar, your cells will lose motility. They won’t be squishy and move around. Good. And they won’t be able to get down these green, um, vaso storm to feed the arterial wall. They’ll become rigid on the outside, almost caramelized. And when they don’t feed the outside of the arterial wall, the arterial wall dies. And where does that happen? From the outside? Where do C cardiologist think it happens from, from the inside? Because they’re not caught up on the science and then they start treating it from the inside. When the damage is happening from the outside. And how do you stop the damage? You stop eating sugar. You don’t want those fucking vaso ASOM to fucking get jacked up and the cells not to be able to travel down them one at a time March down there like an army and feed your arterial wall. And so if you’re thinking about it wrong, go ahead, go ahead. Nine. Yes. No, what’s that? Oh, I thought you were gonna say something. Yeah. If, if you’re thinking about it wrong, you won’t be able to treat the problem correctly and you’ll exacerbate the problem often.

Sevan Matossian (07:21):

So that’s, you have to be open on how to think. You have to not let emotion come in and clog you. There’s other just really quick examples too. Don’t be in denial that your iPhone is made with. Be open to the fact that your iPhone is made with ch um, labor from children and people who kill themselves. Don’t lie to yourself. It doesn’t help it. Doesn’t help stop calling it an abortion. It’s terminating. Can you look up the definition of abortion? It’s terminating a fetus. It’s terminating a pregnancy left and right. Or both equally guilty of it. You can’t think correctly. If you use the wrong words, interchanging, gender and sex, you’ll never, you’ll never get to the bottom of that. If you keep, if you keep using the words wrong, we think with words, someone wrote in the common seven, why are you so literal? You mean like, why do I like to pick my kids up at nine 30 from soccer instead of 10 30? I don’t know. So they don’t have wait around an hour and you don’t sneak around the back and grab him asshole

Mattew Souza (08:28):

A little better than being vague. And that’s

Sevan Matossian (08:30):

My God.

Mattew Souza (08:32):

I’ll be there around 10

Sevan Matossian (08:34):

<laugh>. And you notice, by the way, that’s ad Hom, he’s attacking me instead saying focus on the subject. Mm-hmm <affirmative> Hey, if they would say, Hey, if you were, uh, I, I suspect that if you gave yourself a little more wiggle room in the understanding of things, when people give themselves a little more wiggle room and the understanding of things, um, they have less stress and they live longer. Okay. That’s that’s fair argument. They show up an hour late everywhere, but they’re super chill there than five years longer, according to this study. Oh, cool. All right. Thank you for that.

Mattew Souza (09:02):

Maybe this study was vague. It was about five years longer. Maybe

Sevan Matossian (09:06):

It’s just, it’s just, just crazy. All of this stuff that’s being brought up around the abortion thing. No one on the left is being honest. No one and only like 5% of the people on the right.

Mattew Souza (09:17):

Yeah, it’s all.

Sevan Matossian (09:20):

Hey, I can’t help it. I have a calculator here. That’s my brain. And I just punch it in and, and, and I try not to get stuck in pre-suppositions or, um, uh, uh, cognitive dissonance. It is, it is nuts to keep calling this thing abortion, because on the other side, they keep calling it, um, taking away women’s rights, which it is, which it is. And that’s the stuff that people on the right have to accept. No one wants to accept the truth a little bit, because they feel like it backs slides for them. Mm-hmm <affirmative> I feel like if I admit to the fact that it’s taking away women’s rights, I can’t then be, um, a pro-life. No, you can. You can just, um, me not driving on the sidewalks in my neighborhood is taking away my rights too.

Mattew Souza (10:02):

<laugh>

Sevan Matossian (10:04):

How come none. How come, how come? So few of you can think how come? So few of you are honest.

Mattew Souza (10:12):

Yeah. And I laugh what you say it

Sevan Matossian (10:14):

That way. Terminating. I, I was, go ahead, Susan, go ahead.

Mattew Souza (10:17):

Well, no, I was just gonna say, I laugh what you say it that way, because when you bring it into context like that, it it’s the same. It’s the same thing, but it sounds so ridiculous. But when you take, when you take the same logic, that’s happening here with these conversations of abortion and you apply it to other things, you’re like, well, that seems ridiculous. The, who would argue that? Or we would get nowhere if that’s the way we talked and defined things, but yet here we are on some of the most important issues that we’re facing today.

Sevan Matossian (10:39):

Yeah. How nice would it be? If you could just go under your car right now in your driveway, pop your drain plug and let the oil pour out into the street, plug the drain back up, put new oil in and drive away. Dope. You don’t have to worry about nothing. <laugh> sorry. Those rights have been taken from you. You can’t do that.

Mattew Souza (10:57):

Mm-hmm <affirmative>,

Sevan Matossian (11:00):

There’s things that are, you can’t kill people. Don’t act like the rights, like out of their fucking mind, because they don’t want to kill people. Stop doing that. You’re not gonna lose ground. You have, you have plenty of honesty and strong stuff to stand on. It is taking away rights of a woman. I thought about this. I thought about this. I’m gonna get to this too. I’m gonna explain to you guys in the best way I can about the 14th and 10th amendment, those are the two amendments. And I’m gonna explain to you guys what the constitution is here in just a minute.

Sevan Matossian (11:30):

You don’t wanna do anything to take away rights from women. You really don’t. You don’t wanna do anything to take away rights from men, either, basically the way our constitution, where first of all, abortion is not illegal in the United States. Not even close, not even close, not even close. 1973, the Supreme court made it a federal law that legalized abortion. They overstepped their bounds. It’s pretty clear. It’s pretty clear that they overstepped their bounds, that it should have been left up to the state when the federal government oversteps its bounds, which the left is left, always wants them to do regularly, wants them to do it, fucks everything up. It makes a mock of our democracy. It takes away our freedoms. It takes away the ability for the entire mechanism of this country to work. We don’t want, we don’t want that to be something that, um, that we’re deciding at the federal level, our forefathers saw that forefathers, our fathers <affirmative> four fathers are fathers, the founding fathers,

Mattew Souza (12:35):

Founding fathers.

Sevan Matossian (12:40):

So in the 10th amendment, it basically says, can, can we pull that up? Mm-hmm

Mattew Souza (12:45):

<affirmative>

Sevan Matossian (12:48):

That the federal government won’t interfere with state law. And, and, and, and it won’t go beyond its boundaries of what the constitution says. They can do the power’s not delegated to the United States by the constitution nor prohibited it prohibited by it to the states are reserved to the states, respectively or to the people. Nowhere in the constitution, doesn’t say that, um, uh, it’s okay to terminate pregnancies, but that Supreme court in 1973 used something in the 14th amendment just to, to, to make it okay, to make it a federal law. And it was a stretch. It had something to do with privacy, go ahead and look into it. I needed another hour to give you that, but it was a stretch. It was a complete and total stretch. It was nuts.

Sevan Matossian (13:42):

And then this court heard it again and was like, Hey, this isn’t the place for the federal government. And they did the right thing. Logically it it’s the right thing to do. Federal government should not be getting involved in the termination of pregnancies. Now, everywhere I go in the media and I listen to the left, the left is saying that women are gonna die from this because there’s gonna be things called like ectopic pregnancies. I think that’s when the, when the egg and the sperm, um, get it on. And then it gets attached. The, the egg attaches in the fallopian tubes or something like that. It attaches somewhere where it’s not supposed to. And the baby starts growing in the wrong spot and kills the woman. It’s a, the two, the two states that I look South Dakota, which had a trigger law, which has a trigger law, meaning they, they put a law into effect that if RO Roe versus Wade ever gets overturned, immediately, abortion would be outlawed in their state, except if the woman’s life was in jeopardy crazy.

Sevan Matossian (14:56):

But, but the that’s why stop lying. If you’re on the left, stop, lying, stop lying. And, and, and here, and here’s the thing I understand. It’s hard. You have to remember. I was raised liberal, and this is just so crazy. But for the first 30 years of my life, part of your identity about being a liberal child is that it’s okay to terminate fetuses, that you fully support that based on how they tell you to think, which is to protect women’s rights. But no one ever says to you as a kid, Hey, if you’re raised liberal, you’ve never heard, Hey, um, this is to protect women’s rights. Unfortunately, babies get terminated. It’s always just about protecting women’s rights. They never tell you the truth. Never. Please raise your hand. Please call in. Could you put the phone number if you’re a fucking liberal and your parents explained it to you fairly, please tell me, I’ll start a fans only page and, and jerk off.

Mattew Souza (15:52):

If, if you

Sevan Matossian (15:52):

Can find me one liberal parent that will do that,

Mattew Souza (15:55):

<laugh>,

Sevan Matossian (15:56):

You’re not told that you’re never told that it’s terminating that that’s the definition of abortion terminating a fetus. If you kill a woman, who’s pregnant, you go down for 2, 2, 2 murder charges.

Mattew Souza (16:14):

Mm-hmm <affirmative> yep. Good point.

Sevan Matossian (16:19):

What if you could argue that she was suicidal. I mean, that, that, that, that’s the logic behind PR that’s that’s the logic that left is using by defending, uh, termination of fetuses. It’s they’re fucking nuts. They’re so dishonest. But I tell you, I don’t think there should be a law that’s I, I don’t think we should put laws on women’s bodies. Ah, that’s not true. I do think we should put laws on women’s bodies. You shouldn’t be able, allowed to rape women. There should be that law. You shouldn’t be allowed to rape women.

Mattew Souza (16:57):

Definitely that law.

Sevan Matossian (16:58):

Yeah. And you shouldn’t be allowed to hit women. Mm-hmm <affirmative> unless they hit you first, there should be some laws on women’s bodies, but

Mattew Souza (17:07):

Even then, even if they hit you first, just learn some good defensive moves. <laugh> yeah. Get the hell outta there.

Sevan Matossian (17:12):

Unless you’re sleeping,

Mattew Souza (17:15):

<laugh>

Sevan Matossian (17:17):

Wake up a sleeping person. You deserve a good backhand.

Mattew Souza (17:20):

Did you? And you know what the craziest part about all this the most, uh, and you talk about all the time. Most of the people that are outraged in rioting, I’m sure you probably saw some of it in LA well happens last night. They’re in California. Nothing’s changed.

Sevan Matossian (17:34):

Yeah. That’s the that’s nothing’s changed. Yeah. And that’s the CRI that’s once again, very well said that it is not illegal to terminate a pregnancy in the United States of America. Right? A matter of fact, they’re trying to pass laws in California that you can terminate the baby up to seven days after it’s born.

Mattew Souza (17:55):

That’s crazy. That’s just murder at that point. Like, if that

Sevan Matossian (17:58):

Is murder, if it’s

Mattew Souza (17:59):

Outside of that murder, it’s like, doesn’t the child now have its own set of rights as a human being

Sevan Matossian (18:04):

Seon. That’s not true. Okay. Well then let me explain it to you like this. Maybe you’re right. Maybe that’s not true. The law they’re trying to pass is that if a baby dies in its first seven days after it’s being born, that it, it can’t be investigated legally. You can’t investigate the parents. So you, you, you, you interpret that for how you want.

Mattew Souza (18:26):

Wow.

Sevan Matossian (18:28):

I posted, I, I played a video the other day when hunter McIntyre was on, you saw that lady trying to pass that law where any time in the third trimester, even if the woman’s, uh, dilated and having contractions, um, you could give the kid, you could terminate the child. Wouldn’t you wanna be stopped if you were doing some bad shit. Crazy shit. Imagine you were, imagine you were terminating fetuses, terminating babies. Wouldn’t you want to be stopped don’t you want don’t aren’t you glad that there’s people on the right who are like, Hey, I mean, doesn’t it give you some hope

Mattew Souza (19:06):

Little balance, but

Sevan Matossian (19:08):

It can’t because you don’t know how to think, because you keep saying it’s about women’s rights. You refuse to look at the vaso Sorum you refuse. And I know why you refuse because that’s because it would change your whole identity. Because like I explained, when we’re raised the first 30 years of my life it’s hate the country. I was indoctrinated to hate the country. Hate the flag. And under no circumstances, were you allowed to discuss anything about abortion, except for the fact that it was women’s rights, you weren’t allowed to even define abortion. I never heard the term terminating a pregnancy. I still don’t hear it terminating a Fe a pregnancy.

Mattew Souza (19:50):

I don’t like that language that might

Sevan Matossian (19:52):

People rethink. Well, then, then stop saying it’s women’s right then stop saying it’s women’s rights could gimme a concept for that too. Come up with another word so we can distance ourselves from that too. That’s what it is. You’re distancing yourself from that. Your sister is the girl who came from your mom’s vagina. An abortion is terminating a pregnancy. A pregnancy is what? A human woman, I guess other animals too. Um, when she’s carrying a baby <laugh> I mean, you’re like, I don’t know how to

Mattew Souza (20:24):

Mm-hmm <affirmative>

Sevan Matossian (20:25):

Yeah, it is. And that’s what it is. Yashi. That’s what it is. Terminate sounds like execute abort sounds like quit. Wow. Okay.

Mattew Souza (20:31):

Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it’s all, it’s a and same thing with word

Sevan Matossian (20:35):

It’s more worth fuckery.

Mattew Souza (20:36):

Yeah. It’s soft language. So that way you’re not really formulating the correct opinion about it. You’re just kind of like listening to the fluff. It’s like I remember when, um, I would always use this term of the parents and I’d say, no, no, no, I’m not broke. There’s just this slight gap in capital right now. And I need you to fund the gap in capital. It’s like, no motherfucker, you just broke <laugh>. Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (20:57):

Exactly.

Mattew Souza (20:57):

No gap in capital. I’m in between jobs, seven I’m in between. I had a job and now I don’t and I’m I’m, I’m not broke. I’m just in between jobs.

Sevan Matossian (21:07):

Will you look up how much a doctor makes per abortion? They interviewed a doctor yesterday. I saw like on CBS or NBC, I was watching all, I was trying to watch all the liberal news stations. So I could really get a fair idea of what’s going on. And this doctor was saying how it’s unmitigated disaster and all of this crazy shit. And then at the end, the reporter goes, how many abortions do you do a month? How many fetuses do you terminate a a month? And he said 150. And I was like, oh shit, this guy’s a multimillionaire.

Mattew Souza (21:36):

Hey, do you think it fucks with them?

Sevan Matossian (21:38):

Yeah. You mean their, their income? Yeah. Yeah. Their income is screwed. If you’re a doctor and you and you were in the, in the terminating fetuses.

Mattew Souza (21:45):

No, I meant mentally. Like when they just, when they’re just by themselves and they’re just kind of just processing

Sevan Matossian (21:50):

What they, oh, no, no.

Mattew Souza (21:52):

And like,

Sevan Matossian (21:52):

That’s the other thing too. They act like they care about women. No, no one who cares about women is in a healthy environment. PE people are, are speaking more. If people who really cared about women would speak more honestly about terminating fetuses. That cannot be something that sits easily with the woman, for the rest of her life, the wall she has to build up around that action. Mm-hmm <affirmative> brutal. It’s a, I mean, I’m, I don’t know this obviously, but I would guess that the, the second you terminate a, a fetus as a, as a woman, you have some, you’ve given yourself some psychological pathology. You’re fucked. There’s some something’s been damaged the same way of like you fell down and, and, and, and, or you lost a toe, like there’s some permanent ding on you. Mm-hmm

Mattew Souza (22:41):

<affirmative>

Sevan Matossian (22:42):

And you’d be like, no, no step. I’m totally fine. I’m totally fine. But I bet you, if we were to look into your brain, crack it open, there’d be a little dark corner over there with a brick wall around it.

Mattew Souza (22:51):

Do you think when the,

Sevan Matossian (22:52):

Or you haven’t come to terms with terminating the fetus?

Mattew Souza (22:55):

And I wonder if you make that decision when you’re much younger, like when you do have your first child, like, is that experience now completely tainted by what happened before? Like, do you not get to fully be present and enjoy it in the way you would?

Sevan Matossian (23:06):

Because you terminated the first baby mm-hmm <affirmative> who knows, but, but you bring up a really good point. It’s funny. This is all, there’s this another thing from the left, that’s like, Hey, this disproportionately affects black and brown people. And I’m thinking, wow, the presupposition there is that, that terminating a fetus is always the better way to go, because it was their decision. And I’m like, holy shit, these people are fucking nuts. You’re saying it disproportionately affects them in a negative way that they’re not gonna have the baby. That’s another thing, please show me the show. Me the parents who wish they didn’t have their kids. I bet you it’s less than 1%. I’ve never met one. I’ve never heard anyone say, Hey, I wish I didn’t have those kids. Never mm-hmm <affirmative> I have heard a shitload of parents say, I’m so glad I didn’t abort my baby a shit load. I didn’t turn. I’m glad I didn’t kill my child.

Mattew Souza (24:11):

<laugh> Jesus.

Sevan Matossian (24:12):

I mean, that’s what it is.

Mattew Souza (24:13):

No, I know.

Sevan Matossian (24:14):

Well then step on. How, how, how can you be? Okay. How can you not? Um, how, how can you not be against it? Because I, cuz I just don’t feel like putting laws on, on women’s bodies like that, stopping them from doing what they, I, I don’t believe in stopping someone what they want to do with their body. Mm-hmm <affirmative> I just can’t mm-hmm <affirmative> sorry. Maybe I’ll change someday. Maybe someday I’ll be refer to tote. I’ll realize that, um, fetus or nothing and just kill ’em all shit who knows. But right now the way I think I just can’t. I cannot.

Mattew Souza (24:42):

And I think too, you a while, a couple episodes back, you actually gave cuz you know, you hear all these different opinions, but I think the best advice that I’ve actually heard was from you when you, when somebody said, well, S what if you had a daughter and she was going through this, whoa, what would you do? And you said, the only thing we can do, I’d make sure that she had plenty of space. We’d make sure that we were present with her. We would discuss and process every issue and where it could go. And then ultimately at the end of the day, if you’ve done your job and you’ve given them that space and they’ve deeply thought through what they’re gonna do, you would support the ultimate decision. Yeah. And I mean, that’s really shit. That’s, that’s the best advice ever. Don’t push don’t persuade, just be open, let them be present.

Sevan Matossian (25:20):

And part of that comes because of the villain, the villainization of it from the right you’re from the right. And you’re condemning these people and you’re not giving them the space to think clearly about it. I get it. I get it. I, I like, I’m not, I’m not by no means. Am I defending, um, the right RO Roe versus Wade? It was, um, it happened in 1973. It was a seven to two decision. Christine Noam of South Dakota. As I told you, they had a trigger law in place. Meaning the second that the federal government didn’t make it a law that abortion, uh, determinating babies was legal. Um, it became immediately illegal in South Dakota unless the mother’s life was in danger. There’s another state too. Oh, let, let me say one more thing about South Dakota in South Dakota. If a woman were to go out and get an abortion illegally, she is not punished. The doctor is punished

Sevan Matossian (26:24):

Since 1970. When that past 40 million babies have been terminated. One out of every three black children, children who, who would’ve been born with melanated skin, black skin is terminated. The left is trying to tell you that that’s good. That that’s good for meated people because they have the, they make the pre-supposition that that baby would ruin your life or be bad for your life or be bad for society. It’s nuts. It’s nuts. It’s it’s it’s it’s it’s uh, I, I know that they’re not thinking clearly. They don’t know exactly. That’s what they’re doing, cuz they’re not deep thinkers.

Sevan Matossian (27:07):

Most people aren’t, I’m not, that’s not an attack of people on the left west, Virginia, Glen youngin, the Republican who was elected there said they will allow pregnancy termination up to 15 weeks. This all goes against the narrative of these people on the left, who are saying, oh, women are gonna die because of ectopic pregnancies, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Well, it doesn’t sound like if the, the two cases that screamed out at me from watching CNN last night in CBC and whatever doesn’t seem like that at all. I think can, I think, uh, uh, Texas already had a six week law in place. You couldn’t get, uh, you couldn’t terminate a baby after being pregnant for six weeks, 50 years later, it goes to court. By the way, there’ll be some funny shit in this episode, man. Instagram is full of some wild shit right now around this some nutty shit. Yeah. Some shit that’s gonna make us uncomfortable as fun. <laugh> um, uh, this is past, this was past 50 years ago and now the new court who’s in place has heard the case again for some reason. And they’ve said that wasn’t their decision to hear it. They don’t have that control by the way. It was that same mechanism that abolished slavery, the Supreme court heard a case and they’re like, Uhuh, this, this isn’t the, the federal government has can can’t can’t enforce slavery.

Sevan Matossian (28:33):

And when you’re a kid, it’s funny when you’re a knucklehead, you think it’s because it matters between what’s right and wrong, but no, there’s a constitution in its place and it can be just read and understood. It can just be read and understood. I was tripping the other day on, on, on, on, on Biden. And then Dale said, Hey, if that would, if that was your dad, would you let him go up there and speak like that? And then I started actually thinking, if you, if any of you guys see me behave like Joe Biden, please contact Matt SU on my wife right away and have them take me to the hospital to I’m serious. Those are stroke victim signs that he’s having. And literally, yeah. Yeah. You can’t, if you see some

Sevan Matossian (29:19):

In the, yeah, yeah. You gotta go. You gotta go. And then you turn and shake someone’s hand. Yeah. Oh shit<laugh> yeah, this is, um, this no ovaries, no opinion. This is just more, this is just anger and more nonsense. This is um, I, I get it facing the fact you’re terminating pregnancies is hard. I get it. You, you, you, you have chosen a, a, um, a bizarre side. I mean, so am I, it’s a bizarre, it’s the bizarre side to be on you don’t you don’t wanna, you don’t wanna be on that side. You don’t wanna be on, so, so you have to just be like, you have to bring up all sorts of crazy shit and lie. You have to lie.

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