#739 – Live call in | Lots to Talk About

Sevan Matossian (00:02):

Bam. We’re live. That we are. Oh, maybe should I call him from the, uh, maybe I should call him from the, maybe I should call him from the, so you guys can hear. Let’s see. Ah, I can’t wait to take this first sip of coffee at 7:30 PM Vindicate Travis. Hi, yo. DJ Reid not an accidental show this time. Heidi. Hi, clock. Hey, reach Met Cutter. Uh, hello, uh, Sarah Cooper. Woohoo. I’m making a live, uh, Jessica Rose. I’m so tired. I hope I can stay up for this. Dj Reid, are you real? Dj? Uh, Damien Castro. What’s up, brother? Uh, I saw your email come in. I have not, uh, read it, uh, yet, but I did see it, opened it and then quickly marked it as unread. Dj hold strong. Hey, Damien. Uh, dj. Just some c4. Who else goo up smoking a bowl before 10 30.


What country are you in? A bowl? Smoking a bowl. I don’t think I’ve said that in a long time. Uh, Chris Corino High, the thumbnail vindicate. Can you get him a c e o toga? Uh, a little bourbon and a little sev. Do we know if there are any guests? There are not any guests. I don’t even know where, uh, Suza is. I guess I could start with, uh, opening up the phone lines. Did I thank you guys this morning for how great you guys have been making the shows? I was thinking, wow, what a, what a cast of characters and comments and guests and dude, the shows just nuts. How is everyone? Says Bruce Wayne, uh, bam. We’re Live. The Fergie Show. Uh, you know, you don’t look anything like your profile picture. I mean, kind of that, it’s like the really cleaned up bus.


It’s like, that’s the game show Hurst, uh, game show host version of you right there. Um, I wonder if, uh, if and when the show gets gigantic, if I’ll just, like, how, how will I find you guys in here? Uh, Mr. Schweitzer, Scott High. I, uh, I started, uh, watching your, uh, rift. Uh, your, uh, uh, it’s on Clyde Dale Media. It’s Rift Rifting. Rifting Rifting. Rifting rifting with Scott. A little perseveration there. Uh, goop Savon, B d E, big Dick Energy. Okay. Okay. I’m, I’m trying to come with it. I was a little, I got a little gased fidgeting with, uh, Suz at the house. Felt like I was, I’m too old to be fidgeting with shit like that. Now, I don’t know if too old’s the right word. I’m too seasoned. Uh, turn on subscriptions, then. Subscribers show up in green. Oh, I wonder how I, I would probably need to be over on YouTube.


Maybe when, uh, Suza comes on, I will mention that to ’em. Do we have it turned on so only subscribers can comment? That would be awesome too, by the way. That, uh, that, that message that Suza put out for subscribers, that was awesome. We jumped on the Hiller bandwagon and said, Hey, please subscribe. All of you. And there was like 41, uh, new subscribers. That’s really cool. That week, that this last week with, uh, just this whole crew of people that we’ve had on, um, no, no. Hiller tonight. I don’t know if Hiller, I don’t know if Hillary can handle a live call in show. I think I have to have like, different subjects. You know what I mean? Like, I, I was actually talking to him on the phone the other day and I was like, Hey, we should watch a bunch of the same movies and like, do some movie reviews too. Like, he just watched the menu and I haven’t watched that.


Um, yeah. Can’t make changes to YouTube from Streamy Yard. Yeah, I don’t want to open YouTube about that shit. It’ll confuse me. Talk about Danny Spiegel, um, highly gifted and hardworking games athlete with, um, a lot of provocative pictures on her Instagram. There he is. Oh, goodnight, Jeffrey. Goodnight Moon. He can bring himself on. Even though I’m in, I’m, I’m, I’m tempted just to bring him on. He can push it. Oh, I’m not talking about that. I can’t do that. I can’t do that. I didn’t like that. I don’t want to talk about her like that. I’ll, I’ll make fun of her, but I’m not, I’m not being mean to her. I’m not, oh, hold on. Here comes su Suza.

Mattew Souza (04:49):

Hey. Oh, it’s like loading now. That was weird.

Sevan Matossian (04:52):

Oh, okay.

Mattew Souza (04:53):

Are you on?

Sevan Matossian (04:53):

Yeah. You, you’re on too.

Mattew Souza (04:57):

Am I live right

Sevan Matossian (04:57):

Now? You are

Mattew Souza (04:59):

Weird. Okay. Lemme

Sevan Matossian (05:01):

No, no. I mean, you’re live on the phone. Oh, there you

Mattew Souza (05:02):

Are. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. All right. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (05:08):

Hill or Fit Out? No, I mean, he’s not out. He’s just, he’s like, I was talk. I just, I just don’t know if he’s okay. I hear it. Let, lemme tell you. You guys ready for this? This is the most insane thing I’ve ever shown you guys. No, I went back. Yeah, it is Suza. I went back at 3 29. I, I, I’ll, I’ll keep talking while you get settled in. I, this, I, I went back and forth. Do I show this? And I start thinking to the people who are gonna see it, right? Like my mom, Jeffrey Burfield, Suza. I’m just like, God, I don’t know if I can play this. I don’t even know if this is, oh, SU’s gone. I don’t even know if this is true. I’m working. We’re, we’ll do some live investigating about this while we’re on the air. I’ll google some names and find out if this is true.


But it’s about a ch I I think it’s about a, uh, a Nobel Prize winner who from, from 1976. I don’t know if there’s for the, there’s, there’s no forgiveness for what this guy did. I’ll tell you that. Oh, what? I haven’t on four videos behind. Now on, um, I see you suza. I see you with your hair covered up. Um, he can’t hear me or else he would’ve smiled. Um, I, I need to catch up. I’m, I’m, tomorrow we have Travis Mayor on, uh, Alexis RTI and the great Patrick Vener. And so, um, between that and trying to make the commercials for Waap Alza and entertaining suza while he is at my house, and, uh, I, I had a nice, it’s been a while since I’ve spoken to the Great Will Branstetter, and I was having a nice text exchange with him. I have three kids.


Everything’s been, um, everything’s been, I’ve been busy, busy, busy, busy, busy, busy. I was at the skate park for three hours today. Oh, do you guys wanna see that? Look at this. Hey, lemme bring this up. While Suza un unfuck himself here, let me see. Uh, Savon Rinsta. I’m so, I’m, I’m so proud of this kid. I’m so proud of all three of them. But this is just, uh, really cool. Let me see. Oh, shit. We have an internet problem. Oh, here we go. My kids are watching Star Wars in the other room. Tell me, let me know if my internet acts weird today. Uh, there it go, Suza again. Okay, here we go. Here we go. This happened at the skate park today. This is pretty cool. I’m a little, uh, tickled by this. Prior to this, prior to this, you couldn’t do this. You couldn’t clear that little, whatever that is. Not leg today. Cleared it by like three feet.

Speaker 3 (07:52):


Sevan Matossian (07:53):

He’s never been able to clear that. Right. And there was another boy there, eight year old boy there today, a few months older than AIE and skated. So good. He skated so good. I, I’d say he’s, he’s equal to

Speaker 3 (08:14):


Sevan Matossian (08:17):

And, um, I asked the mom, how often does he skate? And she’s like, every day. And I’m like, yep. That, that’s the only way you can get that good. Only way you can get that good. Yeah. Crazy, right? Crazy, crazy, crazy. Uh, you know what was interesting though? She told me that her son’s really into skateboarding. And like, when he is not at the skate park, he’s looking through Thrasher Magazine and he’s saying stuff like, when I go to the skate park, I’m gonna practice this and I’m gonna practice that. And he seems really passionate. My kids, um, so their primary things are piano, skateboarding, jiujitsu, <affirmative>, and tennis. These things happen almost every day. Like not seven days a week, but, but seven days a week if you, there’s, it’s always happening. Like, I didn’t know we were gonna go to skate park today for three, three hours.


And, but they’re never, um, it’s just life to them. They’re never like, I can’t wait to get on the tennis court. You know? They’re not like, oh my God, I just love skateboarding. It’s just, it’s, it’s just, yeah. Did I say jiujitsu? Jiujitsu striking? They do. They, there’s some, they’re, they do that almost seven days a week. Now that they know how to train themselves, it’s gonna be, I have a feeling it’s gonna start being like two a days. Cause they can just go on YouTube and watch that shit. But, but they’re not, um, it’s all, it’s not forced. They don’t push back. They’re not like, no, I don’t want to go. Okay, I’ll, I’ll, I’ll, I’ll, I’ll ratchet up to piano and, uh, tennis videos.


Um, I, I’ll show you guys one more thing here that, that I think you’ll find interesting cuz you, let’s you see seen in my house and see the, um, and see the, the, where is that, where’s that video? See the craziness basically of, of how it’s, how it’s run. Oh, I don’t know where that video is. But it’s not uncommon for one of them to be doing school, one of them to be doing striking and someone to be on the piano. It’s just a, it’s just a whole schorge borg of stuff. Imagine if a Live Collin show got more donations than Aronian interview. I’d love to imagine that. Hey, you know what, you know, we know what this weekend did. It brought in two, two really big sniffers, uh, sponsors that were, were sniffing around because, uh, there was so much interaction and, and wildness on the show.


Lucky camera straps, thank you. From Australia. So generous. Thank you. Um, love you, uh, guys, catching this show live. Natalie, hi. Nice hair. My goodness. Charlie’s Angels, 1970. Look at that. Look at that. Everyone’s like, hi, Natalie. Hey. How are you with here? Your hair using your straightener. Your straightener. Okay. This is, this is gonna be a bit of a downer here. Uh, Mr. Zombie. Hi. Always with the donations. Thank you. Very generous. Uh, okay, here we go. You guys ready? I don’t wanna kill the donations, but here, here we go. This is just absolutely batshit crazy. I, I, uh, I, I don’t know. I I, I do need to show it. So let’s just get it over with. We get it over with, and then, and then the show will become funnier. Okay? Then we’ll just, we’ll do this and then, um, and then, and then we’ll move on. And we’ll just be like, wow. Uh, here we go. Uh, brace yourself. Uh, now is a good time to, to take a, uh, potty break if you’re, uh, sensitive. Uh, like I said, I think this is probably the craziest thing I’ve ever shared on the, uh, show. And, um, or su was here. Uh, and here we go. Never

Speaker 4 (12:00):

Once taken a kid to my bed. They have come to my bed and I’m no one to kick them out. Cause they hug me and I find ’em playing with my cock. I say, good on you. I play with theirs. And they’ll do it now. And with great pleasure with three or 400 boys who had sex with me from eight and 10 and 12, 100% have run into my bed, jumped in without my mentioning it and asked for sex. I have never asked for it. I all boys won a

Speaker 5 (12:26):

Lover. Her, that was Dr. Daniel Gaj Dusek, who worked for the N I H and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976, who lived in Boston’s Children’s Hospital for nine years.

Sevan Matossian (12:40):

Holy shit.


Won the Nobel Peace Prize in 19. Let, let, let’s, let’s start there. Let’s start there. Uh, Susan, look up who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976. Let’s, before we go anywhere else, let’s, let’s do just some minimal fact checking here. The, the concerns are, that’s the Boston’s Children’s Hospital who is now doing the, um, uh, chopping off the, uh, body parts of kids at their request and at the parents’ requests. Uh, th this guy, uh, Corey, who’s been on the show, is reporting that this guy won the Nobel Prize in 1976. And, uh, yeah, he said it, he said kids were, uh, playing with this cock and he was playing with theirs. And there was like three or 400 boys he did that too. And, uh, Nobel Peace Prize. Okay, so we have a problem already here. Okay, well, good. I hope this story’s not true. God, I hope this story’s not true. Here we go. Uh,

Mattew Souza (13:43):

Do you wanna play it again? Uh, or another one

Sevan Matossian (13:46):

So you can see his name.

Mattew Souza (13:48):

Yeah. I, I barely caught any of that video. I have no idea what we’re talking about. My, my computer was screwed up and I couldn’t hear anything when I first came on.

Sevan Matossian (13:55):

Type in, uh, type in Nobel Pre Peace prize winners and let, and let me see a list of their names. And maybe he had the year wrong. Dude, uh, has, uh, convinced himself that he’s not a monster. What a psycho. Yeah, it, it is. It’s, uh, let’s see. Um,

Mattew Souza (14:10):

I wonder if this has him as a list.

Sevan Matossian (14:12):

Oh, yeah. Put put, show more. Let me see. Let’s, uh,

Mattew Souza (14:14):

Hold on, hold

Sevan Matossian (14:15):

On, hold on. Okay, because maybe this guy didn’t even work at the children’s, uh, hospital. Uh, let me see. Go back even further. Oh, can we go back?

Mattew Souza (14:26):

It doesn’t look like from this link, but,

Sevan Matossian (14:28):

Oh, go down a little lower. It said all Nobel Peace prizes

Mattew Souza (14:32):


Sevan Matossian (14:33):

Okay, let’s see this, uh, keep going.

Mattew Souza (14:37):

Wait, going this

Sevan Matossian (14:39):

The seventies? Yeah. Let me see the all recognize, uh, two, um,

Mattew Souza (14:43):

73, 75, 76.

Sevan Matossian (14:49):

Maybe they took his name. Maybe they took his name off. We’ll have to get his name in Google’s name. Okay. Let’s keep going a little bit more and I’ll pause it next time I see his name Pop on the screen. Okay. I’ll look at Jeremy E World. Next story, please. Yeah, it’s brutal, right? Yeah, you’ll have to, oh, Nobel, uh, it’s not, I think it’s Nobel Prize not Peace Prize Nobel Prize. All right. I know. Oh, there are multiple categories for Nobel Peace Prize. Well, what’s the dude’s name here? Let’s just search his name. Okay,


There he is. Okay. Carlton. C a r l e t o n. Oh, it says he was the co-winner. And his last name is Gad Gatk. [inaudible]. G a j d u s e k g a j d u s e K. Next topic. Police says, Jodi, Len <laugh>. That’s the problem. Everybody wants to run away from this shit. Nobody wants to address it. Uh, Nobel Prize in, uh, physiology of or or medicine in 1976. Well, looky, looky. There he is. My goodness. Okay, let’s listen More, more. There, there. It’s with the child molestation. Oh, child molestation allegations and convictions. My goodness. Uh, in the course of his research in South Pacific, had brought 56 mostly male children back to live with him in the United States. He pleaded guilty in 1997. He was sentenced to 12 months in jail. That wow, guys, 1976 is not that long ago. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, after he was released, he was permitted to serve a five year unsupervised probation in Europe. Yeah. Guys. Boston’s Children’s Hospital. Okay, here we go. Oh, sorry. Sorry. Switch it out. Yeah, please.

Speaker 5 (17:02):

In prison, one year in prison, when this predator admittedly took advantage of three to 400 boys between the ages of eight to 12,

Sevan Matossian (17:11):

Uh, I’d rather talk about Craig Richie. Me too. <laugh>. Me too. Hey, it was a long time ago, but yeah. I, I I hear you. It’s probably thousands. I know it’s probably thousands. Here we go.

Speaker 5 (17:30):

Let’s check out what Boston Children’s Hospitals up to now.

Speaker 7 (17:34):

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Sevan Matossian (17:51):

The Boston’s Children’s Hospital. Talk about removing, doing hysterectomies on kids. Okay. You guys get it. <laugh>, uh, uh, do not leave your kids alone.

Mattew Souza (18:00):


Sevan Matossian (18:01):

Louise. Do not give your kids a cell phone. J j I mean, just parent them. Just, just do some normal parenting shit. Okay? Let’s just do some normal, just parent them. Don’t usher them down the path of, of, of, of, of wearing dresses. And like, give your, give your kid a a straight line of what it means to be a person. Keep them busy and, uh, and, and, and, and celebrate when they do good things. Celebrate the things you want them to. And the other things don’t give any energy to, just don’t give any energy to those things.

Mattew Souza (18:33):

And don’t assume anybody with a degree or education is a holier than

Sevan Matossian (18:37):

Thou. Oh my goodness. That’s

Mattew Souza (18:39):


Sevan Matossian (18:39):

Biggest thing. Oh my goodness. Well,

Mattew Souza (18:40):

They must be fine. They’re a doctor, right? Like, they wore a suit here, so they must be a good person. It’s like, Hey,

Sevan Matossian (18:45):

And isn’t it the, this was supposed to be a fun Saturday night. <laugh>. Oh, isn’t, isn’t the irony here too, is that this morning, I didn’t even do this on purpose this morning. Um, uh, uh, they are, uh, Craig Richie’s, uh, clothing line is, uh, sponsoring this podcast. That’s right. Uh, hustle. Hustle is coming out with the c e o shirt that, um, is 3000 sizes too big. <laugh>. Um, uh, this morning we heard from Paige, who, who was checked on by Dr. Naar, the guy, uh, who was fondling all the, uh, female, uh, US gymnasts. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. I’m bringing the mood down. I know. I, I, but, but sometimes we, we gotta come down so we can go back up. <laugh>, I gotta come back down so we can go back up. Yeah. So, so by, uh, by the way, uh, excellent interview with Paige. Very adult conversation for her.


She’s great. I real, I realize that I’m, I’m, I’m, I’m maturing. I’m getting into my mature years. Cause I just feel like I’m just talking to all my kids now. It’s cool. I’m, I’m, I’m kind of enjoying that without, like, without lecturing. I’m trying not to lecture them. Um, I’m, I’m coming out with the CEO shirt. Three sizes too small for Danny Speaks. Oh, that’s a good idea. The Danny Spiegel edition. Oh my god. Travis, my kids love their c e o shirts. Love them <laugh>. Love them. Uhoh. We’re in big trouble. Uhoh. We are in big trouble. Hi. Hi, Jody. Oh, Savan. I’m sorry. Savan. I’m done.

Speaker 8 (20:13):

No, I just wanted to, I was just thinking that Paige interview was so good.

Sevan Matossian (20:18):

Oh, thank you. Thank you. I, I get a little nervous about first time interviews. Thank you. Especially with the youngins.

Speaker 8 (20:24):

No, your questions were so good in that Naar situation was so weird.

Sevan Matossian (20:29):

Right. It’s a small world, man.

Speaker 8 (20:32):

Thank God she didn’t get affected by that.

Sevan Matossian (20:34):

Right. Right. And what’s crazy is what she said, the parents, some of the parents, I heard the interview of one of the parents, and the parents were in the room and Naar looked at the parents and goes, do you want me to give her the special checkup? And they’re like, sure. Oh, okay. And then he molested the girl right there. But he had the, the girls back to the parents, and they didn’t even get to see it. Nuts. Fucked. They’re fucking nuts. Hey. But that’s how peop much people trust doctors. I mean, we know that 69% of this country is taken, you know, at least one of these, uh, injections. It’s like, okay. And yeah, if you, if you dispute it, you’re a monster. And you should climb back under the rock you came from if you have any questions. Right?

Speaker 8 (21:12):

Yeah. Exactly. Anyway. Okay.

Sevan Matossian (21:14):

Well, thank you. It’s

Speaker 8 (21:15):

Call, it’s the East coast time, so I may fall asleep during this, so, okay. Keep

Sevan Matossian (21:20):

It lively. Okay. Oh, maybe I’ll soothe you to sleep. I’ll talk in a deeper voice. Go to sleep. Bye-Bye. Bye-bye.

Speaker 8 (21:29):

Go to I wanna say, I, I wanna say hello to all the

Sevan Matossian (21:32):

Chat. Okay. Say hi.

Speaker 8 (21:34):

All my, all my friends in the chat. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (21:36):

Yours. Love you. Okay. Love you too


Night. Love you. Oh, that’s the, like when I kiss. Well, Jodi’s gotten this special a couple of times. Yeah. Uh, wild to think Paige was so young to know to, uh, to know who Rich was or not know. Yeah. I mean, he’s, he’s, yeah. It’s so excited. We’re having Travis mayor on tomorrow. Okay. 3 28. It’s called The Punisher. I think I have some that are not like heavy today. That’s good. Uh, you are not lecturing them. Savon. You’re very encouraging. Thank you. Melissa. I like your, I’ve always liked your profile. Picture a kiss from Katie. A uh, heart from Sarah. I got 400, uh, I got a 300 mile ride to do on the bike tomorrow. Let’s talk about your Harley Savon. Oh, well, it’s sat in, it’s been sitting in my storage, my storage shed next to my house forever. Oh, this is good. Okay, here we go. See? Here we go. <laugh>. Here we go. We’ll play this twice to, uh, erase the, uh, the past. Here we go.

Speaker 9 (22:42):

Enjoy. However, now is hilarious though because he, he, he went to, he went to a B L M protest of Black Lives Matter protest. It was like hundreds of thousands of black people there. And he specifically only shot and killed like a domestic abuser and a pedophile <laugh>. That’s why it’s hilarious. And everybody was like, oh, he’s a white supremacist. I was like, nigga, are you sure this nigga’s not the Punisher

Speaker 10 (23:01):

<laugh> nigga

Speaker 9 (23:07):

Woke up and chose Justice <laugh>. That’s so funny. Nell is hilarious though, because he, he, he went to, he went to a BLM protest of Black Lives Matter protests. It was like hundreds, thousands of black people there. And he specifically only shot and killed like a domestic abuser and a pedophile <laugh>. That’s why it’s hilarious. Everybody was like, oh, he’s a white supremacist. I was like, nigga, are you sure this nigga’s not the Punisher,

Speaker 10 (23:29):


Speaker 9 (23:34):

Take a walk up and chose justice?

Sevan Matossian (23:37):

Why is it so hard to see that? That shouldn’t even be a joke. But it is because it’s so absurd that like, yeah, he, he is the fucking punisher.

Mattew Souza (23:46):

Once things are framed up by the media, then pushed, it’s like it’s done. You know, it’s like one of those things, like you could make something up that’s crazy and just completely out of line, and then the next day you could go, oh, we were wrong, sorry. And then just like, end it. But nobody cares about the fact that you said we were wrong. Sorry. Everybody’s still just gonna run with that first story.

Sevan Matossian (24:05):

He, he was on the ground. He’d been knocked down on the ground by a, a guy who had just been released out of prison that day for Sodomizing kids, seven to 13 years old. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, the guy was yelling racial epithets. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, is that, is that how you say it? Epithets Epithet epithets or Epit Epithets.

Mattew Souza (24:31):

Definitely yelling racial slurs. That’s for

Sevan Matossian (24:33):

Sure. Yeah. The one that we’re okay to say on the show that, I’m not gonna say now, <laugh> the one that that comic just said yelling them, those ones, and he tried to hit ’em over the head with a skateboard. And that guy and that guy took a bullet. You think I conflating the two stories?

Mattew Souza (24:50):

Yeah. Different guys. The first guy Rosenbaum that you’re talking about, yelled at him and then chased him, and then he got shot. And then after that, Kyle ran towards where the police were after he shot him. And then the other guys, somebody yelled, he’s an active shooter, and then the guy with the skateboard chased him and tried to hit him. And that’s when he hit him and he fell down. And then he went to go hit him again. He got shot.

Sevan Matossian (25:08):

Yeah. I guess one of the guys did have a gun.

Mattew Souza (25:10):

Yeah. And then that was the second guy that chased him down when he was running away after he saw Shot Rosenbaum that pulled the gun and pointed at him, also screwed the whole trial up, uh, uh, of ever being believed because he was the one that said, oh, so there was a time when you pointed the gun at him? And he goes, well, yeah, I po I pointed it at him. And that was the dude that got shot in the bicep.

Sevan Matossian (25:28):

Oh, awesome.

Mattew Souza (25:29):


Sevan Matossian (25:31):

My goodness. Yeah, the Punisher, the whole thing. Kyle The Punisher written housing.

Mattew Souza (25:36):

Well, if you thought that there was a, an active shooter and this person was visibly running away from you toward where you could see the police lights going and had his gun down, you know, running away, what would your call be? Would you chase that person and hit him with a

Sevan Matossian (25:51):

Shoot him in the back. Shoot him in the back.

Mattew Souza (25:54):

But how do you know it’s an active shooter?

Sevan Matossian (25:55):

How do you notice? I don’t know. I’m saying if I did, like if I saw you shooting up a school and I came up behind you, I would just shoot you in the back. Yeah,

Mattew Souza (26:02):

For sure. But if you had no information of that and you just heard somebody, a active shooter, and this person’s running with a gun, what, what is your, what is your first, what is your first reaction?

Sevan Matossian (26:11):

Uh, ru duck for cover. Maybe

Mattew Souza (26:13):

Duck for cover. Get the hell out of there. Pay attention when you doing and run away. Yeah. Yeah. When, when is it that you’re gonna go, oh, the guy with the gun is running away, so let me be the aggressor and hit him with a skateboard.

Sevan Matossian (26:22):

And, and, and Good point, Steve. It’s not an active shooter at that point.

Mattew Souza (26:25):

Exactly. It’s not an active shooter at that point. Yeah, that’s right. So that was their whole entire, um, like the defense that they tried to bring up, that they thought he was an active shooter. That’s why they were aggressive towards him. But I’m thinking if he’s, if the active, if it’s an active shooter and they have the gun down running towards the police, I’m not pursuing that individual. I’m getting the hell outta there.

Sevan Matossian (26:43):

What’s happening with, uh, I’m gonna look here real quick. Uh, I wonder what’s happening with his, um, uh, Kyle.

Mattew Souza (26:50):

I think he got a shit. Isn’t he getting like a bunch of money and stuff from all the defamation from the media and, and everything else?

Sevan Matossian (26:58):

Yeah. Uh, Kyle written house, uh, lawsuit.

Mattew Souza (27:01):

He was recently on, um, with Tim Pole. I didn’t watch it, but I knew that he was on there.

Sevan Matossian (27:06):

He raised it. Oh, he what? He went on there? Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Wow. That’s cool.

Mattew Souza (27:09):


Sevan Matossian (27:13):

The view, uh, the, the view settled the lawsuit filed by Kyle Rittenhouse for 22 million and issued a formal apology. Wow. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Wow. Okay. So he’s, he’s gonna be, he might be set up for life here.

Mattew Souza (27:29):

Yeah. Like 22 mil. As long as he doesn’t do anything stupid, he should be good to

Sevan Matossian (27:33):

Go. Well, he is probably got some other people he needs to sue too.

Mattew Souza (27:36):


Sevan Matossian (27:37):

<laugh>, the view’s, the one with those crazy ladies, the racist ladies.

Mattew Souza (27:40):


Sevan Matossian (27:41):

How is that show still on? What’s gonna happen when, if Yeah. What’s gonna happen if the good guys win and they look back in history at those people?

Mattew Souza (27:50):

That’s an interesting question. That’s an interesting

Sevan Matossian (27:55):

Question. Hey, you know what they’re gonna say? They’re gonna say to us the same thing that, um, that the, that we say to people in Germany. How did you let that happen? How did you let, like they’re gonna be, they’re gonna be saying how did they Yeah, 33. Yeah. Pro at least 33%. Although, you know, what’s weird Fergie is it said he just raised $40,000 for legal fees. He shouldn’t, he shouldn’t have to raise any money for legal fees if they’re taking a percentage.

Mattew Souza (28:19):

It could be two different legal fees, like the case where he was tried on and then the lawsuit cases.

Sevan Matossian (28:27):

Oh, right.

Mattew Souza (28:28):

You know, like, I I, oh yeah, that’s,

Sevan Matossian (28:29):

That’s 2000, you’re right. That’s from 2021.

Mattew Souza (28:32):

Yeah. I don’t know enough about that to really make a call, but that, that is just kind of an assumption.

Sevan Matossian (28:38):

Um, I’ll show, I’ll, I’ll show you the article since you’re wondering, uh, here we go. It’s, it’s, it’s from ap. Uh, the view, uh, has, oh, the View hasn’t settled. The lawsuit with Kyle Written House. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, oh, sorry, I I read it wrong. Well, I’m glad I pulled this up. The here it says, the view settled the lawsuit, what the fuck The view hasn’t, and then over here it says, uh, the talk show, the view settled the lawsuit filed by Kyle Rittenhouse for 22 million and issued a formal apology. What the hell is going on? No,

Mattew Souza (29:03):

No, it’s fact checking that it’s fact checking that. Cause if you look at this false right underneath it, and then it says the facts, the post circulating.

Sevan Matossian (29:10):

Oh, thank you. Okay. Okay. Thank you. This is suggested, I don’t know how to read false. Kyle Rittenhouse has not sued ABC’s The View, nor any lawsuit been settled for 22 million. Oh. So I’m reporting fake news. Well, I, I apologize. Now you know why it hasn’t been reported. A spokesperson for ABC also confirmed that the claim is false. Uh, the facts post circulating widely on social media recently days false claim that ABC talk show has settled a lawsuit by Rittenhouse who was acquitted in November of 2020. One of the homicide charges after shooting three people during a protest in Wisconsin. Uh, the tweet, uh, that it was settled, was shared more than 9,000 times. They’re saying a b ABC’s saying it’s not true. Okay. So the lawsuit’s still going on. Greta Thunberg is 19. Yeah. Don’t you remember how young she was when she first started.

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