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Voices of Valor: Unfiltered American Discourse
Episode 1123rd May 2024 • The Constitution Commandos • Chris Williams and Patrick Williams
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And to the Republic for which it stands,
One nation, under God, indivisible,
With liberty and justice for all.

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Conversations from the Frontline: Military Service, Media Skepticism, and American Ideals

The script presents a conversation between two individuals discussing a variety of topics, ranging from personal military service experiences, and reflections on the value of questioning mainstream media narratives, to broader discussions on American ideals and government. Throughout the conversation, there's a critique of how modern media consumption can lead to a lack of critical thinking, with an emphasis on the importance of independence in thought and skepticism towards mainstream news sources. The discussion also touches on historical examples of propaganda, the role of laws, and the distinction between loving one's country and disagreeing with its government. Additionally, the conversation explores personal anecdotes relating to military service and the challenge of navigating a world full of misinformation and bias. The hosts advocate for using independent sources and podcasts for more accurate information, highlighting the significance of taking individual responsibility to seek out truth and challenge prevailing narratives. The dialog concludes with a statement about the essence of America as an idea and a dream, urging listeners to appreciate and critically engage with the foundational principles of freedom and governance.

00:00 Getting Started: The Setup and Initial Banter

00:45 Military Stories and Personal Reflections

01:52 The Art of Going to Jail: A Humorous Take

02:47 Navigating the World of Misinformation and Media Bias

06:59 Historical Perspectives and the Importance of Truth

14:57 The American Dream and Government Overreach

23:42 The Power of Independent Journalism and Podcasts

26:06 Closing Thoughts and Humor

27:18 Signing Off: A Farewell to Listeners


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Commando Crow audio recording: hey, good morning my fellow patriots and welcome

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to the 11th episode of the season.

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Today, we're going to be your voices of valor engaged in

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unfiltered American discourse.

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And hey, why spectate when you can participate in the conversation.

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Hey, we want you to give your input on today's topic and you can do

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that by sending us an email rg.

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Let's go ahead and dive right in, shall we?

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I'm your host Chris Williams.

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And my brother Patrick Williams is your co host, and we are

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the Constitution Commandos.

Commando Crow:

I think I've got everything together now.

Commando Crow:

It's a good thing I know how to edit all my audio or all this

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crap will be going over the air.

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All-American Commando: It doesn't matter, man.

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We talk aimlessly,

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. Commando Crow: I the can't remember if it's the one I'm

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working on now or the one after.

Commando Crow:

It was actually pretty cool cause you were, you had somebody I

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guess try to pull over on you in a lane I'm leaving it in there.

Commando Crow:

Everybody knows that I'm.

Commando Crow:

We're talking on the phone, so why am I making a studio deal, right?

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

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It ain't gonna be all polished and refined.

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And on top of that, I'm not saying everybody, some people like it

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when somebody gets riled up.

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You know what I mean?

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And then other people just like it when there is somebody who

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will get riled up for them.

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Yeah.

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That was part of my reasoning for going in the military.

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Stand up for people who.

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All-American Commando: Mine was to go in cause I needed some.

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Damn.

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You wanna play with Pretty Toys for the Truth?

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? No.

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Truth was I had to withdraw from college and I needed a new skill.

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had a baby on the way.

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Yeah, the baby was, but when I went in, yeah, I did wanna

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play with some cool toys.

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I did turn around and sign up for everything I could sign up for.

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I did have it all in my contract.

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I did wanna be bad.

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I just, nothing wrong with that.

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I was just too badass and too hard headed to know when to back out of some things,

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and I worked myself into a d hard-headed

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it's like I said at the 82nd man, I always say, if you're gonna

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fuck up, do it at airborne speed.

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That's right.

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That's what I, That's what I did, man.

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proud.

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Paratrooper with a screwed-up . Bad needs.

Commando Crow:

Even Dad told us growing up, boys I don't care what

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you do now, as long as you do it, do it to the best of your ability.

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And then one day he asked me, I guess I was about 25, he said, Boy,

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you about tired of going to jail.

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And I said, Yes, I am.

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He said, Why are you keep, He said, Why are you keep messing up?

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And I said dad, you told us when kids, whatever we did when we grew up, do it.

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To the best of your ability.

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And he said, Why does that apply to this?

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I said, I haven't been caught for a felony

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. Yeah.

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I must have done it.

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No, I didn't do it.

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Don't let it, don't let anybody believe I did it.

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The art of going to jail is no art at all.

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All-American Commando: Ah, it's quite easy.

Commando Crow:

Hey, he's much easier then than it is now.

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All-American Commando: I don't know.

Commando Crow:

I'd beg the differ.

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It depends on your crime.

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Now, if you get a speeding ticket, you probably gonna get thrown in jail.

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Now,

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defender,

Chris Williams:

your public pretender.

Chris Williams:

There's no defense there.

Chris Williams:

Yeah, what we were talking about earlier, that was, that to me

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has been a very interesting concept, or a topic I should say.

Chris Williams:

Not really a concept.

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I don't think a concept is what it could be called yet, but

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a lot of, a lot of the people who believe the way we, they believe,

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like we were talking earlier, I don't know how to talk to 'em because they.

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They don't have anything with any substance in what they're saying

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in order to respond to it with something that's logical, you

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have to have something logical.

Chris Williams:

Am I saying that right?

Chris Williams:

All-American Commando: Kinda.

Chris Williams:

I'm giving a, on what we were talking about.

Chris Williams:

Okay.

Chris Williams:

All right.

Chris Williams:

Our discussion a few minutes prior to coming on here was that

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there are some people in the world that listen to only select news.

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They only use Google and take the very first 5, 6, 10, or whatever

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articles that come up on Google, and they take that as fact.

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But then when you ask logical questions, they disregard your questions.

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They lean on the talking points of the very biased reporting that they do get

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in such a closed fear sphere of outlets.

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You could bring it.

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Stacks and stacks of factual data and they will refuse to look at it.

Chris Williams:

It's because, Yeah, and yeah, I don't understand that either,

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because like I said we were talking about before, that's because we're

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talking to some stupid ass fools.

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They refuse.

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They're so vested in the lie, and I think it's also a level of arrogance.

Chris Williams:

How can I be fooled to believe a lie?

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The same way you're being consistent, that what you're hearing is true.

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I'm trying to help you through your foolishness, and you don't just reject it.

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You grasp tighter to that lie, like it's truth.

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You don't even wanna.

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Anything else or look at

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factual data.

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

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And it's really a shame because, and I don't, and I don't mean to say this like

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you and I are the only ones that know what's going on because we're not, there

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are a lot of people who really know.

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Mountains of information more than we know.

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That's factual.

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But what in my case is what I know and what I know beyond a reasonable doubt

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to be absolutely irrefutable facts.

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Then I try to share those with other people who may

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or may not know those facts.

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Because I would like for them to not be deceived.

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I don't wanna, I don't wanna see people in general get hurt, but just following

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the lie is a great way to get burnt.

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All-American Commando: Yeah.

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And that's, and like I said I'm no genius when

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it comes to what's going on.

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I'm just now learning a lot of this stuff, and of course,

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scratching my head wondering why I wasn't paying attention sooner.

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But that's neither here nor there.

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Now I have the information.

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I feel that it's a moral responsibility, if you will, to share that information

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with others just for no other reason, so they don't get hurt.

Patrick Williams:

Maybe their rationale is that if they play

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the game and believe what's been fed to them, they'll be protected.

Patrick Williams:

It's no different than riots of 2020.

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People were hanging BLM signs in their damn windows with the.

Commando Crow:

And the stores were getting burnt

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. All-American Commando: Yeah.

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In hopes that their store would be bypassed.

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It's no different than Stalin.

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It's no different than Hitler, and Stalin.

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

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has Stalin coined the phrase useful

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idiots?

Commando Crow:

No, that was Vladimir Lenin.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Okay.

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Lenn.

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And all that has he put out the propaganda that he wanted and the

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government or state-run media and the town's people, Repeated that crap.

Commando Crow:

So they were spreading the propaganda for Lenin.

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But see, this is the thing that people today seem to not remember,

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or don't or forgot, or I don't know.

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Never knew.

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But they burned the books.

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You had teachers and lawyers and Right.

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Doctors that went along with this stuff.

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, once the books were burned.

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They came after the teachers the doctors and the lawyers, and they were executed.

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Also, the people who are propagating the lie, they will eat their own

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to keep propagating it.

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All-American Commando: And it's not just that, it's, we can, There's so

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many examples of it today, right?

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People that.

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Martha's Vineyard Prime example.

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Oh, we're a sanctuary city until you come here.

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Or, Oh, we care and love everyone unless equality.

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Yeah.

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Okay.

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The people that are talking about securing the border are racist, xenophobic,

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They're all these nasty names, but the first time you send a handful to.

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Then, I guess they also are racist and xenophobic because, These

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people will eat their own as well.

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How many actors and actresses and athletes have gone along with this bullshit and.

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They wind up getting targeted by the radical communist Marxist bastards.

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Somebody will look, somebody will go back 10 years and their social

Commando Crow:

media and destroy their career.

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Yeah.

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But up to that time, those people were the very people.

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Destroying other people's careers and attacking people.

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But when it happens to them, Oh, how could this happen?

Commando Crow:

This is just vicious.

Commando Crow:

This is horrible.

Commando Crow:

No they eat their own well, ba you're not safe.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

And there's a lot that goes into that.

Chris Williams:

It's not just, really what you're talking about, it's all happening.

Chris Williams:

Sure enough, but what you're talking about too is on the surface, this is.

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What you can look around and see is happening.

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But this isn't some, this isn't some strange phenomenon that just started

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last week or last year or five years ago.

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This is something that's been going on, not just right under

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our noses, but we've been attacked with this for almost a century.

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All this is by design, by a bunch of evil people, and.

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I think that's what's important.

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We can talk all day long about what's going on right now, but until we

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understand how it all started, where are its roots and we don't uck that root up

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out of the ground, it's gonna stay here.

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It's gonna keep happening.

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Now, one of the things that bother me so bad is, The things that

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needed to be paying attention that needed to be paying attention to.

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We weren't paying attention to those things because the media has

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got us directed somewhere else.

Chris Williams:

All-American Commando: Yeah.

Chris Williams:

Just sleight of hand.

Chris Williams:

Pay attention to my right hand while my left-hand takes your wallet.

Commando Crow:

And that's exactly what it is.

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But unfortunately, there has been so much of the distraction.

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And the intervening of nonsense that when we talk about the important thing

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or the thing has caused all of our problems that we are enduring now,

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nobody wants to believe those things because they think it never happened

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because the news didn't report it.

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All-American Commando: That, or when people do start waking up.

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Powers to be.

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Your committees are 300, Your crown, ar, Rome, the deep state, The

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things that these people do, people, it's, they're in such disbelief.

Commando Crow:

It's no, that's science fiction.

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

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It's hard to believe the world.

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All-American Commando: Yeah.

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It's very hard to believe.

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But that's just it.

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They hide in plain sight.

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, their actions are.

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They openly talk about it.

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If you go to their websites, this their, it's absolutely insane.

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And it's so insane to the point that it is hard to believe.

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But because it is, And what's the.

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Truth is stranger than fiction.

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I think that's, I think that's right.

Commando Crow:

That's right.

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But that is an old saying.

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This is not something that just got spouted by somebody.

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This is an old saying.

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Truth is stranger than fiction.

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So when you hear something so shocking, do a little research, and try to disprove it.

Commando Crow:

You might find yourself in a damn rabbit hole that you can't get outta.

Commando Crow:

Because you gotta find a whole bunch more.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Yeah.

Commando Crow:

And then you're like, What?

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

Commando Crow:

See, that's kinda what I've been dealing with since I started reading this book.

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Because we've always heard when we were kids, if you tell one

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lie, you're gonna have to tell a hundred more to keep it covered up.

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And that's how you, honestly, that's how I learned to get

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away with a lot of stuff that I.

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By somebody telling me, if you tell one lie, you gotta tell

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several more lies to cover it up.

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But if you gonna tell those other lines, those lies have to be

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diversions to keep you from going back and taking the original lie.

Commando Crow:

So what you were just saying, if you just if you find something that

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is so shocking, it's unbelievable.

Commando Crow:

Let's take this, for instance, 9 1 1 did not come down with airplanes, and if it

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socks you too bad to believe that those were controlled demolitions by our own.

Commando Crow:

Go look it up.

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Because what you're gonna uncover is all these thousands of lies

Commando Crow:

that were told to mask one lie.

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

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All-American Commando: You're gonna find out there was nothing about the Middle

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East involved with those airplanes.

Commando Crow:

Oh, wait, what?

Commando Crow:

Airplanes Now listen, back in the 1990s, you couldn't use a cell phone on

Commando Crow:

an aircraft once it took off, period.

Commando Crow:

Nah.

Commando Crow:

Anybody who heard those phone conversations from the

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aircraft about some people from the Middle East and Fox cutters?

Commando Crow:

And does anybody realize that the NTSB has people armed people on those

Commando Crow:

aircraft to prevent such acts as those,

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

Commando Crow:

There have been air marshals since way before the T tsa,

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and you can't identify 'em.

Commando Crow:

So what did they do?

Commando Crow:

Tie this guy up and put him in the cargo hold.

Commando Crow:

I'm sorry.

Commando Crow:

It's just those lies are too unbelievable for me to accept.

Commando Crow:

Not only did I not accept them, I wanted to know what happened to those

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buildings, but when I watched the news, when I was at work when it happened, so

Commando Crow:

I didn't get to see it until the news came on that evening when I got home.

Commando Crow:

And that was the very first thing I did.

Commando Crow:

Was controlled demolitions.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Oh yeah.

Commando Crow:

And having been in the military, in the aviation field, I know a

Commando Crow:

little bit about the fuels that they use.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Yeah.

Commando Crow:

It was no way, none of it made sense to me.

Commando Crow:

None of it made sense to me.

Commando Crow:

Exactly.

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And and I hate to say it like this, but for those who believe

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that airplanes took those buildings down and don't want to go look at the.

Commando Crow:

Then you are exactly what the Bible calls a fool.

Commando Crow:

And I'm just gonna say this, and I told you earlier about anybody

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who believes a lie is just as big an idiot as the one who told it.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Yep.

Commando Crow:

So well see.

Commando Crow:

This is another thing that people need to understand too, and it

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goes along with, I've said forever.

Commando Crow:

And look, I'm I call myself a patriot.

Commando Crow:

I love my country.

Commando Crow:

People need to identify really what America is.

Commando Crow:

America is an idea.

Commando Crow:

And I

Commando Crow:

The American Dream.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Yeah.

Commando Crow:

The American dream.

Commando Crow:

An idea.

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

Commando Crow:

America in itself is an idea.

Commando Crow:

It was written down on some parchment.

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And it became the greatest experiment in the world, and I helped it still.

Commando Crow:

Yeah, I hold that idea dear to my heart.

Commando Crow:

I love my country.

Commando Crow:

, I do not like my government.

Commando Crow:

That's right.

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Now people need to be able to distinguish the difference.

Commando Crow:

A true patriot is not sitting there lapping up everything

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that the government feeds them.

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A true patriot needs to understand.

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The government is made up of people.

Commando Crow:

People are corrupted with power and nefarious actions are

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being done by the government.

Commando Crow:

I think the people aren't supposed to represent all the time laws are meant

Commando Crow:

for one thing, and that is to convict.

Commando Crow:

That's right.

Commando Crow:

Now you could take the 10 Commandments and if Man abided by the 10

Commando Crow:

Commandments, we would have a wonderful.

Commando Crow:

Now, why in the world do we need law libraries filled for how many stories?

Commando Crow:

About how many laws?

Commando Crow:

, none of those laws do anything more than what the 10 Commandments say.

Commando Crow:

, all they do is micromanage your life.

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And if anybody in law enforcement wanted.

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They could walk up to any random person and they could

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find a law that person broke.

Commando Crow:

Sure they could.

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So that's, people need to understand laws are made to convict.

Commando Crow:

They're made and put into place by people.

Commando Crow:

People who are empowered by the people to hold government offices.

Commando Crow:

These people are corrupt and nefarious and intentionally nefarious.

Commando Crow:

Surely are.

Commando Crow:

And look, this isn't something like I said before, this isn't something that

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just happened last week or last year.

Commando Crow:

And granted, this country is now, I think we're rolling up on 248

Commando Crow:

years of existence and as a country,

Commando Crow:

these things that we're looking at now, they've been trying to weasel their way in

Commando Crow:

ever since the founding of this country.

Commando Crow:

So this is not new.

Commando Crow:

And if you go back to I believe it was Thomas Jefferson's presidency, I believe

Commando Crow:

it was his Secretary of State that wanted to bring in the central bank.

Commando Crow:

That wasn't happening.

Commando Crow:

And this was during Jefferson's first term, and at that time, the president

Commando Crow:

and the vice president ran together.

Commando Crow:

I remember they ran separately, Thomas Jefferson was one party, and

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his vice president was another party.

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And because they butted heads so badly on the idea of bringing

Commando Crow:

the central bank into the United States, Thomas Jefferson, Didn't

Commando Crow:

want him running for vice president.

Commando Crow:

Again.

Commando Crow:

They ultimately parted ways and the idea in the Constitution for government to

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begin with, it was supposed to be small.

Commando Crow:

The government was never supposed to be large.

Commando Crow:

When the government has guns, the people are in fear.

Commando Crow:

When the people have guns, you have a good government,

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: and I'm just supposed to be small.

Commando Crow:

It was supposed to be small and restrained.

Commando Crow:

Very

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restraint.

Commando Crow:

The federal government, especially because the federal government has

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three responsibilities, and that's it.

Commando Crow:

And it has nothing to do with each state except that the laws that they

Commando Crow:

have for the federal government to enforce it protects all 50 states.

Commando Crow:

And I think if people look at this, even I can go from Mississippi to Florida.

Commando Crow:

I was gonna say New York, but I didn't even want to go to New York,

Commando Crow:

I could go to any other state in the union anytime I wanted to.

Commando Crow:

I don't have to pay taxes to go to a different state.

Commando Crow:

I don't have to have a passport.

Commando Crow:

I can freely travel anywhere in the 50 United States.

Commando Crow:

If you go to other countries, that's not possible.

Commando Crow:

You may be in the same country, but you can't go from.

Commando Crow:

You may be in a country that's let's say the European Union is a conglomerate

Commando Crow:

of a bunch of European countries.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: If you go from Switzerland to France,

Commando Crow:

you better show a passport.

Commando Crow:

You gotta have a passport.

Commando Crow:

From France to Italy, you gotta have a passport.

Commando Crow:

You gotta,

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

And look, that comes with other that comes with other downsides too.

Chris Williams:

You can go from one country to the other, but let's say, You're restricted

Chris Williams:

by what you can buy in another country or bring back to your country, or

Chris Williams:

vice versa in this country, I can go buy, I can go buy moonshine in

Chris Williams:

Kentucky, bring it back to Mississippi,

Chris Williams:

All-American Commando: oh, however you cannot, You okay?

Chris Williams:

Now hold on a second.

Chris Williams:

I, you, I don't think you can like me as a truck driver.

Chris Williams:

I don't think I could drive.

Chris Williams:

I don't think I could drive into Florida with a banana on my dashboard.

Chris Williams:

You got all those things, what it called?

Chris Williams:

Agricultural checkpoints and fruit into Texas.

Commando Crow:

That's a new one for me.

Commando Crow:

That sounds like the government

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: overreach.

Commando Crow:

No, you can't take certain fruits.

Commando Crow:

I'm not quite sure what it is, but it has to do with the natural environment,

Commando Crow:

the natural species and stuff.

Commando Crow:

But you weren't supposed to be able to release your pet snakes in Florida either.

Commando Crow:

And plug it Florida now has an incredible snake population.

Commando Crow:

Yeah, especially since anti pelos move.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, but now it's called Florida Python.

Patrick Williams:

It's native there now.

Patrick Williams:

Really?

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

I heard something about that the other day.

Chris Williams:

I don't know.

Chris Williams:

It's illegal to bury somebody in a cemetery.

Chris Williams:

They live across the street from 'em, don't you?

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, that's right.

Patrick Williams:

You go to prison for murder,

Chris Williams:

where we say I got 13 seconds left.

Chris Williams:

Who are they talking to?

Chris Williams:

I'm supposed to have regular all the time, man.

Chris Williams:

They got me messed up.

Chris Williams:

I don't know what they're thinking.

Chris Williams:

The idea of talking to people though, like we're doing now and we're not

Chris Williams:

talking to people that are at people.

Chris Williams:

We're just talking.

Chris Williams:

There are a lot of people out there who will believe simply

Chris Williams:

what they see on the news.

Chris Williams:

And, it's sad to say, man, but we don't even, we should not

Chris Williams:

trust the news anymore, period.

Chris Williams:

Because when the media was started, it was started a means

Chris Williams:

to keep the government in check.

Patrick Williams:

Correct.

Patrick Williams:

And now they're that, that was the importance of the First Amendment.

Patrick Williams:

Exactly.

Patrick Williams:

That was that's why it's listed first.

Patrick Williams:

, freedom of speech isn't just the freedom of thing.

Chris Williams:

The first thing is the freedom of religion and the First

Chris Williams:

Amendment is the first thing listed, and there is a reason why it is top of

Chris Williams:

the list and, but it is not just freedom of religion or freedom to assemble

Chris Williams:

for regressive grievances, speech.

Chris Williams:

All-American Commando: And it's not just, Yeah, it, so much of the First

Chris Williams:

Amendment is for the free press to keep the government in check and

Chris Williams:

to inform the society or the public what is going on with the government.

Commando Crow:

That's correct.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: And that's one of the fundamental

Commando Crow:

foundations of our constitution.

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

Commando Crow:

And I.

Commando Crow:

I look, one of

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the most corrupted mediums now, believe it or not,

Commando Crow:

was founded by one of the founding fathers, who by the way, was one

Commando Crow:

of the authors of the Constitution,

Commando Crow:

Alexander Hamilton, founded in New York Post.

Commando Crow:

That's one of the most corrupt.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Yeah, the New York Post.

Commando Crow:

The New York Times is,

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Yeah, The New York Times is,

Commando Crow:

That's right.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: New York Post is the one that broke the

Commando Crow:

hunter by the laptop story and they turned around and they squashed it.

Commando Crow:

And then Twitter kicked the New York Post off of Twitter and Yeah.

Commando Crow:

But the New York Post, Yeah.

Commando Crow:

That's the oldest print publication in the country.

Commando Crow:

Yep.

Commando Crow:

It was founded by the First Secretary of Treasurer.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: And I said a while ago, one of the foundations of

Commando Crow:

our constitution, but it is, it's the first amendment, not the constitution.

Commando Crow:

It's an amendment.

Commando Crow:

But anyway.

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

Commando Crow:

And once the press does not do its serve purpose, its stated purpose, it

Commando Crow:

needs to be, Ignored completely, to be honest with you, because right now

Commando Crow:

much it's ignored.

Commando Crow:

It needs to be shut down and

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: It's fine to hear it, to get the main topic about what are

Commando Crow:

they lying to me about than to research

Commando Crow:

thing about it is there's so much more accurate information being

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put out on independent journalists.

Commando Crow:

Podcasts.

Commando Crow:

Podcasts.

Commando Crow:

You can find.

Commando Crow:

More factual data on podcasts from independent journalists than you're ever

Commando Crow:

gonna get from any news media outlet.

Commando Crow:

I don't care if it's print or if it's broadcasted

Commando Crow:

and look, it's not all journalists either.

Commando Crow:

There are.

Commando Crow:

There are.

Commando Crow:

There are quite a few journalists who are podcasting.

Commando Crow:

That is true.

Commando Crow:

But a lot of the podcasts, even the ones that you have sent my way,

Commando Crow:

these people are not journalists, but these people were in, were, or.

Commando Crow:

In the know, if these people had firsthand knowledge, a front-row seat to all the

Commando Crow:

back door crap that's been going on.

Commando Crow:

Yep.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: And or they have personal experience and

Commando Crow:

knowledge of certain specific areas.

Commando Crow:

That's exactly right.

Commando Crow:

And that's really what I have come to appreciate a lot more than just the news.

Commando Crow:

Because these people are not bound by meaty contracts or whatever.

Commando Crow:

I don't know if you remember, but the, one of the bands that I played

Commando Crow:

in here after I moved back from Texas was Christian a and the Do What?

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: I just got green-lighted at this scale house.

Commando Crow:

Hey, good job.

Commando Crow:

Yeah, really good job.

Commando Crow:

Because she didn't have a banana on your dashboard or.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Oh, no.

Commando Crow:

My taillights.

Commando Crow:

Got that short in them.

Commando Crow:

I'm just hoping nobody's sitting in the scale house looking at my taillights.

Commando Crow:

I hope it's not listening to this podcast,

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: or, all right.

Commando Crow:

. . That makes me the worst.

Commando Crow:

In control of 80,000 pounds Now see, I forgot what I was saying.

Commando Crow:

Oh my.

Commando Crow:

A destruction man.

Commando Crow:

What?

Commando Crow:

And this that I'm controlling right now would be a consider

Commando Crow:

a weapon of mass destruction,

Commando Crow:

Goodness gracious.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Wow.

Commando Crow:

Just for the audience, I have to say, I know that they don't really know me, but.

Commando Crow:

Surely I just I joke a lot unfortunately now y'all will figure

Commando Crow:

that out as you get to hear me talk and what I say and stuff, and Yeah.

Commando Crow:

We both do.

Commando Crow:

I tell people around me especially.

Commando Crow:

My girlfriend, I tell her, you gotta pay attention.

Commando Crow:

Cause sometimes I'll say things deliberately that have two, maybe

Commando Crow:

three meanings, just depending on what you hear when you hear it.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Yep.

Commando Crow:

And or I could piss you off one of the other.

Commando Crow:

All-American Commando: Yeah.

Commando Crow:

And that's another thing people can even understand about.

Commando Crow:

My tone is always this it.

Commando Crow:

I don't care if I'm on a podcast.

Commando Crow:

I don't care if I'm talking to my wife.

Commando Crow:

I don't care if I'm talking to somebody in the shipping office.

Commando Crow:

Oh really?

Commando Crow:

At home, at the grocery store.

Commando Crow:

, Yeah.

Commando Crow:

Matter, I it doesn't matter.

Commando Crow:

I might sound a little more hostile when I'm at the VA though.

Commando Crow:

So yeah,.

Commando Crow:

And for those who don't know, the Jackson, Mississippi

Commando Crow:

VA gives 30% of American veterans a second chance to die for their country.

Commando Crow:

Please enjoy your visit.

Commando Crow:

All right, everybody.

Commando Crow:

Acts conclude today's episode of you.

Commando Crow:

Enjoyed the episode and if you.

Commando Crow:

By all means, tell your friends and family and li don't forget to

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But on behalf of Patrick and myself, we are the Constitution

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Commando signing I and.

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