Live Call In w/ Alex Stein

Sevan Matossian (00:02):

Bam, we’re live. Darn it. Uh, this, uh, oh, this layout’s wrong. You see how you can’t see the, um, the birth fit and the California hormones and the paper streete coffee. See how I’m taking up the whole pic picture like that? Why is that? Oh, and I wonder, and of course the recording’s not going. God damnit. Ah, hi. Good morning. Um, dear Bill and Katie, no phone number. Okay, fine. Phone number’s good. And I don’t know where the music is for the show. I don’t see it down there. I’m lost. I didn’t do the show one time.


I don’t know how to run this back end very well. I’m just kind of on autopilot when I run the back end. Let’s see. Is he playing? Ah, yes, good morning. Oh, I see we have a man bun today. No, I didn’t put my rubber band in. I was kind of running late. I yesterday. I didn’t put it in either, cuz. Um, last night, what happened last night? Oh, right before Dave came over, I was working out. So my shit was kind of all sweaty and I just wanted to breathe. And then just now I ran outta town. I was running in here.


Uh, Savon. You forgot to ask. Are you going to the street parking event? Oh, to Dave. He’s going, it’s at his house. I, I think at one point he said, maybe I didn’t ask, but I think he said, I asked him if he was going to, um, uh, semi-finals and he said, no, he’s gonna street party. Oh shit. Look at that shit. Everything got changed yesterday. Look it, I’m out of focus when I’m usually, I’m, I’m in focus when I’m leaning in and I’m out of focus when I’m back. And now it’s back. Look at the shit in the back’s in focus and I’m not, what the fuck is going on? Everything got kind of tweaked yesterday. I I messed with this shit too much. Oh, there he is. Look it Alex. What’s up dude?

Alex Stein (02:10):

Yo, let me make sure I good to have

Sevan Matossian (02:11):


Alex Stein (02:12):

Hold on.

Sevan Matossian (02:14):

What happened your morning? Your morning? Um, your morning appointment got,

Alex Stein (02:18):

I just finished. I, we just, no, no, no. We, I just finished. I I knew it in right at nine. Sometimes we go over a little bit. I go on Bubba, the love sponge as a friend of mine. I go on his show every Wednesday. Sometimes we go over, um,

Sevan Matossian (02:29):

You go on every Wednesday,

Alex Stein (02:31):

My buddy’s show, Bubba, the loves one. She used to be, uh, Howard 100 with Howard Stern. I just call in for 15 minutes in the morning. I sometimes call into my walk or whatever I’m doing. But I just love his audience. He’s a good friend of mine. They got a real dedicated, loyal following.

Sevan Matossian (02:46):

Hey, how did you meet him?

Alex Stein (02:48):

Well, Bubba is, uh, literally saw one of my crazy videos. And then, uh, I was commenting on one of his videos and they’re like, on YouTube, I said he was doing, doing food reviews and that’s not what he is known for. But, uh, I commented, I was like, oh, I love this video. And then, are you the real Alex star? And we’d love to have you on? And then I came on his show, and then he is like, you gotta come out. I’ve worked doing this party in Tampa. So then I visited him in Tampa. And so now he’s become kind of a mentor and he’s been canceled. He’s the guy that let Hulk Hogan sleep with his wife and it got leaked. And then Gawkers, uh, and then Hulk Hogan sued Gawker and won a hundred million dollars, but Bubba got none of it. And, um, he lost his job, got fired from everywhere and went bankrupt, lost his house. And so it’s kind of a sad story.

Sevan Matossian (03:30):

Can I add some stuff to that story? Um, oh yeah. Uh, I th But you know who Peter, Peter, um, Peter, Peter Teal is the founder of Peter. Yeah,

Alex Stein (03:40):

Of course. The billionaire. Yeah, yeah, yeah,

Sevan Matossian (03:42):

Yeah. So I guess he had a boyfriend and his boyfriend Gawker outed his boyfriend. Do you know this story?

Alex Stein (03:49):

No, but I, this makes, it kind of sounds kind of familiar, but he, did he sue Gawker too? On a same, on a similar deal?

Sevan Matossian (03:55):

Let me show you. Share this. You so Pete, so, so Peter Teal, uh, li living in San Francisco, uh, you know, uh, eccentric, uh, brilliant man, you know, homies, well, I think former homies with, uh, Mr. Musk and, and whatnot. And, uh, uh, Peter had a, a boyfriend and Gawker outed his boyfriend before his boyfriend had a chance to tell his parents that, uh, that he preferred male genitalia. And Peter didn’t like that, right? So he wanted to fuck Gawker up. And he, and I think he told them, Hey, if I first chance I get, I’m gonna fucking trip you guys and you guys are gonna fall down the stairs. Well, then Peter found out that Gawker released, um, some video of Hulk Hogan banging your homeboy, homeboy’s wife. I didn’t know he let Hogan, um, bang his wife that Yeah,

Alex Stein (04:35):

He was, uh, Bubba’s a swinger. He’s in kind of a swinging type deal.

Sevan Matossian (04:39):

J very well, I very generous man. Um,

Alex Stein (04:42):

Hey, I couldn’t do that. I don’t like the, the idea of a couple old, uh, but,

Sevan Matossian (04:45):

Uh, me neither. Excuse me, sir. Can you put a doll of semen on my wife? No. I’ll, I’ll pass. Um, yeah, I,

Alex Stein (04:52):

And I tease him about it. Everybody teases about him, but he’s just like, Hey, listen, I’m, you know, I’m different. I’m in jail. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (04:57):

I’m, I’m, I’m open. I’m cool with him doing it. I think it’s generous. Yeah. Um, but

Alex Stein (05:01):

Anyways, very generous. It doesn’t get nicer. And people are like, oh, why are you just good friends with him? I’m like, Bubba’s so nice. So let’s just sleep with his wife. Doesn’t get much nicer and more generous than that. And she was

Sevan Matossian (05:07):

Hot. She was smoking, right?

Alex Stein (05:09):

Heather Clem was really hot. Yeah, she was a babe.

Sevan Matossian (05:12):

So then, so then Peter rolls up, calls, uh, Hulk Hogan and says, Hey buddy. And Hulk’s like, Hey Peter. And he says, I’ll go, I’ll fund your lawsuit.

Alex Stein (05:20):

Oh yeah, that’s it. He helped fund Hogan’s lawsuit. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (05:25):

Seriously. I think it was 300 million, I think Hogan. Yeah.

Alex Stein (05:30):

But that, but that, yeah, that might have been the first judgment, but then, then it kind of went down. And then what he actually got paid was closer to like 20 or 30 million supposedly. Cause I guess they go, you know, they ke I think there’s like processes of, you know, you go to this court now and the money’s clear and where you can kind of get it brought down. But yeah, I believe that he walks away in the thirties, which is still an excellent payday. I mean, I don’t think it’s better than

Sevan Matossian (05:50):

That. Ho Hogan’s still alive. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Alex Stein (05:53):

He’s still kicking ass. He’s still, I don’t think he’s still wrestling, obviously, but yeah, he, he actually pretty good. I follow him on Instagram and that’s what’s really sad is my buddy Bubba was best friends with Hogan, was on the Hogan Reality show. And all this happened and he lost his friend. And that’s what he’s still really sad about.

Sevan Matossian (06:06):

Oh, the the friendship’s over.

Alex Stein (06:09):

Yeah, they’re mortal enemies.

Sevan Matossian (06:11):

Oh, that does suck.

Alex Stein (06:12):


Sevan Matossian (06:13):

That’s, that absolutely sucks. Hey, what should the, um, this thing where you go out in public and people think it’s, uh, okay to throw a water on you or spit at you and then, and then say stuff like you’re asking for it. I’m thinking, can you imagine saying to a woman that who’s walking around with her leg showing that gets raped? You asked for it. What the fuck is going on? How can someone, how can someone spit on you with the cops standing right there?

Alex Stein (06:39):

I know. And then the New York Police Department doesn’t care and they throw water at me. I mean, probably because it’s a protest and the rules, the rules change for whatever reason when that happens. But really, I, I don’t even care about the

Sevan Matossian (06:50):

Liberal left issue. Unofficially change,

Alex Stein (06:53):

I think kind of both. I think there might be some sort of unofficial thing where like something can happen in a protest. You don’t have to go maybe for police safety. They can’t get in there and just arrest me, uh, is kind of what they say. But the, I don’t even care about that. I don’t even care about the liberal life just getting mad, pulling my hair cuz I could kick their ass. And honestly, I like when they do that, it makes good contact. But you know what I’m really like, kind of bugging me, eating away at me. So I had a viral video yesterday. I went to Target and I tried on their new trans-inclusive extra Tuck coverage dating suit.

Sevan Matossian (07:19):

Yes, yes.

Alex Stein (07:21):

Doing very well on Twitter and Instagram. And I get crushed and called a homosexual by all the people on the far right. You know, I’m a, I’m just as bad as the last. And you know, and that’s, that’s what I don’t like, is they don’t get that I’m mocking the system. But now they all want to call me gay and, and, which is fine. I don’t even care. I’m not anti-gay. I’m not homophobic, I’m not transphobic. It doesn’t hurt my feelings when somebody calls me gay cause I’m not gay. But, um, I don’t like the moral outrage I guess on both sides because I’m just not going to judge people like, uh, everybody else judges each other, you know what I mean? We live in this extra judgy society where the people on the far right, they get ex Can you hear me? Are we having audio issues? Sivan?

Sevan Matossian (08:07):

Yep. Yeah, sorry. It’s some, something

Alex Stein (08:09):

Happened. No worries. Can you hear me?

Sevan Matossian (08:12):

Yeah, now I can hear you. Okay. Sorry. Will you?

Alex Stein (08:16):

No, I can’t hear you. You hit mute. I think you hit mute. You’re muted. Oh, he’s talking. Well we can just fill some dead air with Prime Jam. Na na on the grind all the time. I like the background. I think the background looks badass. Um, and overlay looks good. Yo, yo yo. Can you hear me? Hello? Hello? Yo-yo, can you hear me? So

Sevan Matossian (08:47):


Alex Stein (08:48):

Oh no, no worries at all dude. No worries at all. Um, uh, can you hear me

Sevan Matossian (08:53):

Though? I can.

Alex Stein (08:55):

Okay. So what I’m saying is I get mad the people on the far right that just crush me because they say that, um,

Sevan Matossian (09:02):


Alex Stein (09:02):

Alex Stein is a representation of the conservative party. So he’s just as bad as the, uh, the liberal left. So this is, this is the video where I just get crushed. You’ll probably see the comments on here, the, the, the real negative comments. If you go to the Twitter, you’ll see a lot of, like, I I still, this is disgusting

Sevan Matossian (09:19):

What the comments are. What are they saying that you’re,

Alex Stein (09:21):

Well, cuz I’m just as bad as any, as any, you know, whatever drag queen story time because I’m doing this because I put on the women’s bathing suit a lot. But I, I think it’s a joke. I mean, I’m doing this like freaking Monty Python, like all the people to put on autism

Sevan Matossian (09:35):

Or Aspergers if to not understand that this is satire to show the absurdity of it.

Alex Stein (09:40):

Yeah. But still just, people want you to be a certain way and this is what they don’t like, they don’t like that I’m, you know, at least have a platform and, and they’re like, oh, well you’re the representation of the conservative party. And I’m not, because I’m really more in the middle. I mean, a lot of my, uh, ideologies are populist. I I actually do believe we should have some sort of socialized healthcare. We should have affordable cheap healthcare, if anything. I mean, we spend 800 billion a year, the Pentagon does on non-defense budget, a non-defense budget, almost a trillion dollars on non-defense spending when we could just take a portion of that and, and allocate that and probably pay for healthcare or probably actually, you know, pay for American citizens instead of just giving all of our social services to illegal immigrants. I mean, there’s literally, if we’re seeing we’re kicking out army veterans from hotels and putting in illegal immigrants that I, I think is wrong.


You know, I think that we should help our citizens out the most. So I don’t know if how conservative it is that I wanna socialize healthcare. People don’t like that. But I mean, I just think that’s just based in reality that the, and maybe if you have, I mean, if you have some sort of serious illness, you know, that can be different. That can, you know, you pay a deductible or something. But the idea that people are afraid to call an ambulance, they’re afraid to literally go to the hospital because of the bill. It makes me sick when you can buy insulin in Texas costs $200 and it’s $2 in Mexico. What’s so funny? It’s nothing I said. I know. Um,

Sevan Matossian (11:05):

No, it’s, I I I I put in it, I my fucking show’s falling apart. Right on live right in front of me. Hey, those people we’re good. We’re good. Those people are just, um, are are scared about how open-minded you are and that

Alex Stein (11:23):

You keep muting yourself. I don’t know where you’re hitting. You keep muting yourself

Sevan Matossian (11:28):


Alex Stein (11:28):

It’s not, it’s, it’s on the streamy yard. You hit, you hit mute on the streamy yard. It’s not the mic. Your mic system’s fine. It’s your streamy yard is where you’re muted. I don’t know why it’s doing that.

Sevan Matossian (11:39):

Can you

Alex Stein (11:40):

Hear me? This is, this is what happens. Yeah, I hear you. Yeah, I It’s your streamy yard that’s muting you. It’s not your mic. Your mic’s fine.

Sevan Matossian (11:47):

You could hear me when I said goddammit,

Alex Stein (11:50):

I just heard you. Yeah. And I can see on your streamy yard when your gets muted randomly, it’ll just get muted. If you’re pressing something, you’re doing something.

Sevan Matossian (11:57):


Alex Stein (11:58):

See, there’s a $10 super chat. How did I get connected to Chrissy Mayer? Well, Chrissy Mayer’s a friend of mine, I went on her podcast and I met her, uh, who is she over a year ago? Who, I

Sevan Matossian (12:05):

Dunno who that is. Who is that?

Alex Stein (12:06):

She’s, she’s a comedian and she’s gone super viral. Her and I, uh, she was headlining a comedy show and actually opened up for her and she made some jokes about Dylan Mulvaney and these, uh, and I had, she had, I had just gone up before and I made kind of similar jokes. So I’m not saying it’s my fault, but I guess maybe they were kind of in the mood. And then when she got up about 30 minutes into her set, she was making those same jokes and they just got tired of it. And they called her out because she misidentified Dylan Mulvaney as a boy instead of a girl. And they walked out and it went super viral because everybody loves outrage culture. They love to see, uh, uh, you know, somebody get offended whether it’s on the right or left. So, so she went viral for that.


And then she also recently went viral cuz they made her change. She was wearing an outfit that was kinda like, see-through like long pants where they kind of see-through and you could just see like basically a bathing suit part. And then the, the rest of the pants went to her ankles. But they’re like, I dunno, porous is how I describe ’em. And they made her change on the, uh, whatever the, what’s the thing that when you’re boarding a plane that you get on and forget, uh, you know, the walkway, whatever on the walkway to the plane. They made her change. So she went viral for that. She’s just a good comedian, a female comedian that speaks out. She was at January 6th. They tried to cancel her for that. Now you’re muted. You muted yourself. I can’t tell. Cause the super chest in the way. I bet it’s a Streamy yard. You’re not even touching anything. See, that’s so random that it’s doing that. How many, how many browsers do you have open and are you using Chrome? Are you using Chrome? Well, I, you said I’m using Chrome. I could reach your lips, but I don’t know what you’re saying. I can’t,

Sevan Matossian (13:43):

How about now? Can you hear me

Alex Stein (13:44):

Now? Yeah, I hear you now. I’m

Sevan Matossian (13:46):

Trying to please. I have, I, my hands are up. I’m trying to

Alex Stein (13:49):

Pull hands up. Don’t shoot.

Sevan Matossian (13:51):

I’m trying to just pull up. Christie Mayer’s, uh, what are you doing later today? What, what, what do you have after this? You said you had some interview after this?

Alex Stein (13:58):

Well, no, I had the interview before and then I got this. And then, uh, I go to the Blaze. I, I go to, I, I have my show today, uh, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please everybody in the chat, go check it out. Primetime with Alex Stein. It’s my, uh, I do it three days a week, but I always get into the office at 11 and then I, I stay there from 11 to seven or eight usually. So that’s just kinda when I start my day.

Sevan Matossian (14:19):

Do you have to, um, uh, have, have a subscription to Blaze?

Alex Stein (14:23):

No. No. My shoe’s free on YouTube. It’s on YouTube. It’s Prime Time with Alex Stein. It’s literally, uh, free. I mean, we do some stuff behind the paywall for like any creator does we, and I’d love it if you had a Blaze membership, but no, you, every, all my show’s free 99 as I like to say.

Sevan Matossian (14:38):

Name of the show Prime Time

Alex Stein (14:40):

With Alex Stein. And it’s, and it’s out right now. Yes. Thank you Judy. Please go check it out. It’s Prime Time with Alex on here. I’ll, I’ll, uh, I’ll text you the link, but, um, do you know what’s weird? Yeah. So I just have to

Sevan Matossian (14:53):

Prime time with Alex Stein and, and I, and it doesn’t pop up. Only your Instagram pops up and the show doesn’t pop up. And I was looking for the show yesterday and I went to Blaze and I’m like, oh, you need a subscription to see it?

Alex Stein (15:04):

No. Here, I’ll send it to you right now. Hold on. I don’t know why it’s maybe the second channel that pops up, but I’ll show you. Yeah, it’s weird how it is kind of like subdued. Okay. Uh, Cher, I’m texting it to you right now. This is it. I’m putting in the green chair right

Sevan Matossian (15:19):

Now. Oh man.

Alex Stein (15:20):

But I appreciate all of you guys. Now you’re kinda having an echo a little now all of a sudden you mess with something. Can you hear me? No, you can’t hear me. I can’t hear you. I can hear you. It just has an echo all of a sudden. Or not an echo. It’s just kind of sounds funny, but you were just fine. Yeah, it might be, it could be a loose wire, but I don’t know if it’s a loose wire cuz because it keeps, it keeps muting ’em through Streamy yard. I think it’s something to do with Streamy yard.

Sevan Matossian (15:41):

Uh, check, mic plug. It’s Yeah, it’s not the mic plug. It, it keeps just saying that. Um,

Alex Stein (15:48):

I like the chair in the background though. That, that, that’s a good light right there.

Sevan Matossian (15:54):

What, what chair?

Alex Stein (15:56):

I mean, I like your chair. Hey, that’s badass. But that light you have behind you the CEO podcast, that’s pimp on a ble.

Sevan Matossian (16:01):

Hey, you know the, the the, the viewer sent it to me.

Alex Stein (16:05):

Oh right. With a light like that. See you got a great dedicated follow following if they’ll do that,

Sevan Matossian (16:11):

I wept like a baby.

Alex Stein (16:13):

Yeah, cuz it’s badass. It’s really cool. No, that’s really cool. It’s lit up like that. And then, uh, you oughta just fill out your rest of your wall. The sa sound dampening stuff though. And then it’ll look really badass. I mean it looks badass like that. Um, but uh,

Sevan Matossian (16:27):

How many shows are we

Alex Stein (16:29):

Pointing? Uh, I think we’re on episode 45. Five, I believe.

Sevan Matossian (16:34):

God, Alex, you’re killing it.

Alex Stein (16:36):

I guess my views aren’t that great. I actually wish I actually should be doing a little better. I thought I would do be doing better. I don’t know why. Um, well, I mean, look, I are, we’re getting good live view.

Sevan Matossian (16:44):

I didn’t even know it was free.

Alex Stein (16:47):

I know a lot of people don’t even know about my show. It’s crazy. And and I stream it on, on my Twitter too, so if you go follow me on Twitter, you’re able to watch it. But, uh, yeah, I mean it’s, it’s a free, it’s a primetime pimp on a blimp. I mean, my, I I, I don’t know. It’s also weird too. Sivan, this is this weird thing, man. I don’t even know why. I’m always worried. But now that I actually have a gig and it’s pays me well, I mean, I’m not a millionaire by any means, but I mean, I get paid to do my job, my dream. Everybody wants to cancel me. So now I’m always worried about getting canceled. Like I fed a, a black guy a banana and uh, now in a kind of a sexual manner on my show. And I got in all kinds of hot water for

Sevan Matossian (17:28):

That. Wait a second, wait a second. So that apology you made for saying nappy head, that was a real No, that

Alex Stein (17:34):

That was a joke. That was a joke. That was at the beginning. That was actually a joke. See, it’s kind of, I set myself, I just wanted to create a fake controversy. No, they didn’t care that I said that. I was just joking. Um, but no, don’t, even when I said the banana,

Sevan Matossian (17:47):

I don’t even know what nappy head means. I wouldn’t even that, that was an insult. Cause I don’t even know what it means.

Alex Stein (17:51):

Well, uh, it, it’s, it’s famous cuz a guy named Don Imus said it, who used remember used to feud with Howard Stern. So that was a big deal that he said that. And uh, yeah, yeah. So I was kind of just doing a callback, creating fake controversy. I guess I should be used to the controversy, but I don’t know. It’s just don’t, it feels weird.

Sevan Matossian (18:07):

Don’t eat black banana banana. That’s, is that one of the rules? Don’t feed black man banana? Well,

Alex Stein (18:12):

I kind of did it in a sexual manner, but this is the, what they don’t realize is that I, he was low on potassium. He gets cramps. So if I didn’t feed him that banana, I mean I was giving him a medicinal banana. I, I, you know, there’s no other way he’s gonna eat it. He hates fruits. So I’m trying to help a guy out and it gets, you know, misinterpreted. A lot of stuff gets misinterpreted. Like when I’m joking, people think I’m serious a lot. And, um, I don’t know. I don’t know. It just sucks. It’s, it just sucks that I always kind of feel like, why somebody out to cancel me? Why does everybody want to cancel me now that I’m, and I’m not, I’m not like a celebrity by any means, but I’m kind of, you know, known, infamous. The bigger you get, the more they were. What would that

Sevan Matossian (18:52):

Look like? What would that look like if you were canceled? What would that even look like?

Alex Stein (18:57):

I, I mean, theoretically kicked off social media.

Sevan Matossian (19:00):

Oh, oh. And, and that would suck because that’s your way of making an income.

Alex Stein (19:05):

Yeah. I mean that would crush me. I mean, that would be really bad. Yeah, that would be really, really, really bad. So, you know, it just is what it is that, uh, like the people on the left one have canceled me and then now the people on the right one have canceled me too, because I’m not conservative enough. So that’s my problem is I thought, I don’t know, I thought I’d have some more allies. And I do. I’m not complaining. The people that support me in love, I love you guys. I’m not, I’m not trying to poo poo on the people that support me. I I just, you get a hundred nice compliments. No, no. Lemme say this point, you get a hundred nice compliments. You only remember the one negative. Right. That’s just how it is. I don’t know why I, I wish it wasn’t like that, but that’s just how it’s,

Sevan Matossian (19:43):

I here, here’s the thing. I think the vast majority of people are people that are basically like gay people who are just fucking fed up with L G B Q tranny shit. And I think the vast majority of people are black people who are just completely, absolutely fed up with the victim mentality. And I think that you’re doing a huge service by, um, surfing in that zone that no one’s addressing. And you know what, if you can’t fucking handle a man in a bikini doing some satire, fuck you. You’re a close-minded fucking idiot to just as much like you. I

Alex Stein (20:12):

Agree. I I’m telling you, I I

Sevan Matossian (20:13):

Get so close-minded and it’s like, fuck you. I’m the most open-minded person you’ve ever fucking met. I fucking sit in a hot tub with 30 trannies. I don’t give a fuck. But I

Alex Stein (20:21):

Don’t care. Yeah. I, that’s wise

Sevan Matossian (20:23):

Children’s shit. That’s it.

Alex Stein (20:24):

Yeah. And I get so much support from the gay community. I almost get more support from the gay community when I do this though. Cuz they, they get the joke. They know it’s funny. But, uh, you know, the ultra rights, um, ultra religious side

Sevan Matossian (20:39):


Alex Stein (20:39):

Will get mad at me. And that’s what it is. I set myself up for that. I’m meant to be edgy. I’m meant to be polarizing. So I get what I ask for this my bed. I have to lay in it. But, uh, I, I’m not a victim. I I’m not a victim at all. Somebody said Bernie, Alex is just in the victim mentality. No, I’m not. I I’m not trying, I’m not a victim one bid. I’m just saying it’s kind of bizarre that I am a representation of people when I, that I’m just trying, I’m just trying to represent myself and people get mad at me because like, you’re a representation of me and you make us look bad. And I’m like, that’s, that’s not the case. So I’m not a victim in that. I’m not a victim one bit. I just don’t like the misunderstanding where people all of a sudden think that I am their representation, I am their, you know, thought leader. As a matter of fact, I’m not a role model. I’m the opposite of a role model. Do the opposite of me because I’m insane. I’m certified, certified mentally ill. So trust me, you don’t want to freaking be like me.

Sevan Matossian (21:34):

Like I want. What what do you think’s going on with, uh, what’s Tucker doing right now? Can you gimme your thoughts just on Tucker? Yeah. What happened to Tucker and what are your thoughts on what’s gonna happen?

Alex Stein (21:43):

Well, I’ve talked to his team a lot and I’ve sent a, a text to Tucker and we’ve, you know, we’ve texted a little bit. Um, but you know, obviously he’s super busy. It comes down to this, the Dominion lawsuit. Part of the lawsuit was to get rid of Tucker. And that shows you that now he’s basically blackballed because he was the number one rated cable news host on tv. So if anybody in Hollywood had half a brain, you would give him a show on N B C, on CBS b you would give him on the top spot. But they’d do the opposite. They said, no, because you don’t like the war in Ukraine. That’s one of the big ones because he spoke out against the war in Ukraine. That is a huge one. And Dominion is uh, uh, I guess basically a government subsidized corporation.


You know, theoretically they don’t, they don’t work without voting. So they’re in bed with the government and the person that has the most powerful voice against the establishment. Tucker Carlson was collateral damage in this whole entire thing. And, and I’ll be honest, I talked to Tucker when I first went on his show or when he flew me out to Maine to be on his Stu studio show in person called Tucker Carlson today. I asked him, I go, have you thought about, you know, going on your own, you don’t even really need Fox. And he looked at me, he’s like, I’m very seriously considering this. And this is a year ago because when Dominion sued Fox, they were able to get records of Tucker’s, cell phone, emails, all of those correspondence. And of course when they say that they get that stuff, they’re only looking for keywords. But you know, they look at every single text message. And Tucker literally told me, he is like, yeah, the Fox attorneys are being just as annoying as the Dominion attorney <laugh> because Fox attorneys wanted to read his text messages. They wanna know too. So he just told me, he is like, yeah, I do this lawsuit. I was like, does Fox have your back? Are they gonna protect you? He’s like, no, not really. Fox has actually been more annoying than the Dominion Lawyers <laugh> is what he said to me. And,

Sevan Matossian (23:31):

And what do you think happens to him? Where do you think he goes? Does he pop his head back up?

Alex Stein (23:35):

Yeah, well he’s gonna go on Twitter at first because he’s just so popular there. I mean his videos are getting 50 million views and incredible engagement and there’s not a lot of places you can go cuz they’re gonna say, oh, well you’re not allowed on our platform. You’re, you’re, you’re the White Power Hour, you’re Tucker Carlson, you’re a racist. And he’s obviously not racist. He’s actually, as you know, I think he even has called himself liberal on a lot of stances, socially liberal on on a lot of stuff. He’s just, like he said, he doesn’t like the sexualization of kids. He doesn’t like the military industrial complex. He realizes that America has a lot of problems that could be solved and we’re just refusing to solve ’em. And we’re actually making the problems worse. Like, they get mad at him for saying the great Repl replacement theory. But if you see what’s happening at the southern border, I mean, millions of people are coming into our country, yet everybody else here in America, they encourage you to get an abortion. They encourage you to, you know, all the women to just be, uh, spinous and work at your job a spins however you say it. And you know, they’re kind of like

Sevan Matossian (24:33):

Our, our

Alex Stein (24:34):

Population is declining less people are having babies here in America. So all of a sudden you bring in all these new voters and these liberal cities and now you’re gonna have control for the foreseeable future with these policies because they’re gonna, the people that are coming across the border, they’re gonna continue to encourage these politicians to have these open border policies. So, and I’m not, I love immigration. I I just think it should be legal. I just think that’s all, that’s all I’m asking. I just think, I know people that have graduated from TCU and SM u international students that didn’t get their green card or their Visa approved and had to go right back home. And these are people that are smart, brilliant kids that came here for college and they’re not even allowed to stay. You know, and if you wanna travel here, of course you have to get vaccinated unless you come through the southern border and then there’s no requirement at all. So why can’t my friends from the uk, I

Sevan Matossian (25:21):

Think they pulled that vaccination thing by the way. I think that’s, I

Alex Stein (25:23):

Know. Is it officially over? Is it officially? I know they announced it. I know they announced it, but I don’t, I, for some reason, I don’t know if it’s officially over because I

Sevan Matossian (25:29):

Thought it’s, you know, every Democrat voted, voted against that. Isn’t that bizarre? Every that, how is that a partisan issue? Every Democrat? Well that’s not true. Not every, yeah, I listen a damn near every

Alex Stein (25:40):

I know, I think it was every one. I think it was, I think it was actually every single one I think it was. But listen, I mean, what are you gonna do with these, these weirdos And uh, they, they’re gonna continue because it’s a political thing. People, somebody said my, my, uh, video is a little behind. I don’t know why, why, but sometimes that happens with Streamy Yard. Oh maybe cuz I’m not on Chrome. That that might be why It’s a little so so we could just be having a weird

Sevan Matossian (26:03):

Stream. What are you on?

Alex Stein (26:04):

I actually, I actually opened it in the wrong thing in Internet Explorer. I’m meant to open it works a lot better on Chrome

Sevan Matossian (26:10):

Internet, but, uh, Explorer. Okay. And and what do you think about the CEO o of Twitter? Uh, that, that girl that he hired, I is she, uh, some of the videos I’ve seen about her, she doesn’t seem like she’s on the same page as, uh, Mr. Elon.

Alex Stein (26:25):

No, and I love Elon Musk. I love that he is free speech, but you know, he is the biggest government subsidized company in SpaceX. And then Tesla is artificially pumped up as the most valuable car company when they don’t even make a truck. I mean, you go to any construction site, they’re gonna have a Ford truck. You Ford makes work vehicles. So, you know, a car company, you would think the ones that make the industrial cars that build all of our crap and they make sedans and they make, you know, you know, whatever family friendly minivans all kinds of cars. Yet Tesla, I think they offer like three different cars, you know, three different versions of the same car, whatever. So it just doesn’t really make sense that it’s valued so high. So my point is that I love Elon, but he’s, as he’s in the system, that doesn’t mean that he’s, he’s not, that doesn’t make him bad necessarily, but he realizes that, um, he has to kind of check the boxes of intersectionality.


You notice how she picked a white woman. Not that her, not that her color matters, but it’s kind of, he picked a woman that’s, that’s progressive, which is great. Uh, I’m not saying a woman can’t run it, but she has a connection to the World Economic Forum. He knows that that’s kind of a red flag. So what I’m doing is maybe he’s trying to do it to appease the people that are saying that it’s gonna be an Allright website. So I think, I think it’s kind of just a business decision. Is it gonna be the best for Twitter? No. Cause I think Twitter is gonna continue to censor and you know, he, he gave the amnesty to a lot of people that had their accounts deleted and they were able to come back. Which I love that. I love that all day long. But I don’t think the future is going to be this like free speech era of Twitter where you can just say anything. I, I just, I I don’t, I don’t see that Elon’s

Sevan Matossian (28:03):

A delicate character for you. Huh? I see, I see.

Alex Stein (28:06):

He is delicate. Cuz I want to be an Elon Stan. I want to be an Elon Stan. But you know, what does that mean

Sevan Matossian (28:12):

A Stan? What’s

Alex Stein (28:12):

That mean? Stan is like super fan. You know, you, you’re Stan like, like a Eminem song Stan, you know, you know, uh, uh, somebody that’s obsessed with him and cuz I, I love Elon. I don’t even wanna say anything bad about him, but I just, I’m still always weary of somebody that works for the government because I don’t like the government. Cause I’m anti-establishment. So that’s why I’m just, uh, you know, I haven’t, I haven’t never met him. Will I meet him one day? Maybe. I don’t know. Um, I would be very nice to him. I’d be very respectful to him. I don’t have like any beef, but I just don’t know if Elon is the hero that some people are kind of making him out to be. I hope he is. I hope I’m wrong.

Sevan Matossian (28:50):

Uh, um, what, what do you, how about the, uh, milk Boys? Any thoughts on these guys?

Alex Stein (28:54):

Nah, I love the Elk Boys. Yeah. What do you ask? So I think they’re great.

Sevan Matossian (28:57):

I think they’re great too. I think they’re awesome. I, which

Alex Stein (28:59):

Is kind of weird. Oh, they, no, they’re hilarious.

Sevan Matossian (29:01):

They’re, they’re, they’re kind of not my cup of tea, but every time I like, I like their interview with Elon. I like their, I I watched both interviews they did with Trump. I’m like, wow, these, these kids are fucking murdering it. And I, I like the dorky white kid. Uh, I like both. I like all those kids. I, I feel bad for the one kid who got kicked out.

Alex Stein (29:19):

Yeah. Which one? They kicked out Steiny or they kicked out? I don’t know. They’re always

Sevan Matossian (29:23):

YouTube kicked him out. Steve will do it.

Alex Stein (29:25):

Oh yeah. Now he has gonna rumble. Yeah, Steve will do. It’s awesome. Yeah, no, he’s awesome. And he used to go viral. He’d be able to like chug a bottle of like tequila in 30 seconds. Now he’s absolutely insane. I love Steve. We’ll do it. I love those videos cuz uh, you know, we watched him and we, we kind of like fond over like how we were probably like that. I was like the Elk Boys when I was younger and they’ve just been able to monetize it and become really successful. So I really applaud them for that. Have

Sevan Matossian (29:51):

You ever been suspended on YouTube? Alex?

Alex Stein (29:54):

Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Multiple times. <laugh>,

Sevan Matossian (29:56):

Multiple strikes. And, and did you, like a month or so ago, I got pulled on.

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