On Wednesday, “The Beatles” (John, Paul, George and Ringo Scott, and Steve) got together for a live online VIP chat session, covering everything from the riot scene, the fall election, statue-tipping, The NASCARash, and other sports. A lot of VIP members who couldn’t make the show asked if we’d make available a recording, and we decided to make a highlight reel into a podcast and offer it to the public. If you’re a VIP member, we thank you, and if you’re not, here’s a sample of the live, interactive meetup you can participate in for just a few dollars a month.

I edited the show down by more than a third, cutting out not merely redundancies, but an interminable reminiscence of the Minnesota Twins move from DC to Minnesota back in the ancient of times. Some other episode perhaps.

John Hinderaker is in the host chair for our VIP videochats. Take it away, John.

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  1. RufusRJones Member

    Looking at Twitter in the last couple of days, I can tell you the kooks in Minneapolis are very serious about tearing down the police department. It sounds like there are some structural political issues they have to overcome, and they are going at it in a very organized way. It’s seems similar to how they dislike republics versus democracies. Something about how things are organized at the neighborhood level. It puts a check on the city Council. I don’t understand it.

    I think a bunch of Republicans should vandalize the Ted Kennedy Center. lol

    The governor of Minnesota basically cooperated with the vandals that tore down our Christopher Columbus statue that was paid for by private donations 90 years ago. I was talking to the Democrat idiot that is the head of the House majority on twitter. I told him he was cooperating with commie vandals and he should know better that they have to go through the normal political process. In my opinion this is worse than rioting because it’s so iconic about avoiding obvious political procedures. The other thing is the lieutenant governor is like the head of the people that supervise statues or whatever. She’s totally lying about what’s going on.

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  2. RufusRJones Member

    The other one is, the Atlanta cop was within Georgia use of force rules at least three different ways. There is no way in hell he’s going to jail, but he’s going to go through hell first because the system is so dishonest. 

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    • July 5, 2020, at 3:30 AM PDT
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