Jim and guest host Chad Benson applaud China for realizing that insulting all of your neighbors does not garner influence. They are also bewildered by the incompetency of the vote counting in NYC’s Democratic primary which is expected to last until July 6. Lastly, they ponder the merit of Tucker Carlson’s claim that the NSA is spying on his show.

 

 

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  1. Taras Coolidge
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    According to the first commercial, “Amazon is a top-rated workplace”.  You don’t say!

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  2. Taras Coolidge
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    More useful information from the commercials at the end:  General Motors boasts that it is “the first automaker to support the Equality Act”.

    According to the Heritage Foundation:  “The proposed Equality Act of 2021 (H.R. 5) would make mainstream beliefs about marriage, biological facts about sex differences, and many sincerely held beliefs punishable under the law.”

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  3. Taras Coolidge
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    Of course, “Jim Geraghty is always wrong.”

    He completely overlooks the possibility that Tucker Carlson‘s email was read by the NSA because of another person in the conversation.  The NSA’s claim, that Carlson is “not a target”, even if entirely true, doesn’t mean they are not reading his email.

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  4. kedavis Member
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    Taras (View Comment):

    Of course, “Jim Geraghty is always wrong.”

    He completely overlooks the possibility that Tucker Carlson‘s email was read by the NSA because of another person in the conversation. The NSA’s claim, that Carlson is “not a target”, even if entirely true, doesn’t mean they are not reading his email.

    And if they wanted to read his email, they could make one or more people he routinely communicates with into “targets,” and then be able to monitor his email while being able to claim they aren’t, because he’s “not a target.”

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