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Episode 2912th October 2023 • The Constitution Commandos • Chris Williams
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[00:00] I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America,
And to the Republic for which it stands,
One nation, under God, indivisible,
With liberty and justice for all.

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[00:47] Deals Made Behind Closed Doors

[02:07] What the Politicians are Really Doing

[03:17] There is no Crime Without a Victim

[07:17] World Economic Forum

[08:10] Crenshaw is Compromised

[09:10] Dimensional Fund Advisors

[11:16] Pac Funds

[12:32] General Warrants vs LEGAL Warrants

[15:49] 1st Amendment

[16:54] Elon Musk seeking the truth

[19:29] The government usurping its authority

[21:49] People taking handouts

[24:31] Internet Bullies?!?

Joe O'Neal

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Chris Williams:

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible,

Chris Williams:

with liberty and the deals made behind closed doors.

Chris Williams:

When the democrats are in charge, they'll tell the republicans if you want to oppose this, you can with your constituents or publicly just go ahead and vote for it.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, or they'll tell somebody in their own conference if, if, if y'all's constituent, you know, you're up for election and you

Patrick Williams:

don't think your constituents will go along with it, then stand up and, you know, voice it on a soapbox.

Patrick Williams:

That way your constituents will keep you up here.

Patrick Williams:

And we can keep doing, enriching ourselves, you know, it's all a facade, man, every bit of it.

Patrick Williams:

Shakespeare, you know, I mean, it's kind of like, it's all acts, you know, act one, act two.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, fucking Hamlet right in front of us, I

Chris Williams:

mean, Macbeth.

Chris Williams:

I mean, really, Macbeth was the Caligula story, wasn't it?

Patrick Williams:

But I mean, it's just all, it's all a show.

Chris Williams:

It is.

Chris Williams:

And see, that's the thing.

Chris Williams:

I mean, I know it sounds like I just talk a lot of bad shit about politicians, but you know, I talk about the politicians simply because I want the people around me to know this is what they're doing.

Chris Williams:

Now get pissed off about it and do something about it.

Chris Williams:

You know, I'm not really trying to sway anybody's opinion on what they think about certain policies but the bottom line is these politicians are not worried about policy.

Chris Williams:

These politicians are not worried about serving America.

Chris Williams:

They are not worried about their constituents or the people they represent.

Chris Williams:

It's all about themselves.

Chris Williams:

They just tell you what they think you want to hear while they continue doing what they're doing.

Chris Williams:

And it's like somebody I heard several years ago who says like, it's like throw the, throw the rock and hide the hand is what they're doing, right?

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

It's insane that the people are not paying attention to this.

Chris Williams:

I mean, I don't understand.

Chris Williams:

Well,

Patrick Williams:

it is insane, but I'm going to use another current situation as a, as an example of the, it's not even cognitive dissonance at this point, but okay.

Patrick Williams:

You got this judge gave a summary decision against Trump.

Patrick Williams:

Okay.

Patrick Williams:

You can't have a crime without a victim, right?

Patrick Williams:

You cannot have a crime without a victim.

Patrick Williams:

All right.

Patrick Williams:

Well, they're saying Trump committed fraud by his evaluations on his property.

Chris Williams:

Well, hold on.

Chris Williams:

Wait, before you go further, I don't mean to stop you, but this whole trial is to keep Donald Trump from running for president, first of all.

Chris Williams:

So they're going after him for something that happened that they say happened prior to his.

Chris Williams:

You know, throwing his, his bid in the ring to be a presidential candidate.

Chris Williams:

This is private and they're trying to use it as a public sector case.

Chris Williams:

So go ahead.

Patrick Williams:

Well, and they're just trying to destroy him.

Patrick Williams:

Because it was a summary decision.

Patrick Williams:

There was no trial.

Patrick Williams:

There was no jury.

Patrick Williams:

There were no witnesses, all of the loan, the lenders, all of the banks, every, I mean, the more everybody has openly said that Trump did not defraud them, they thought it was a good deal.

Patrick Williams:

Trump paid the loans back.

Patrick Williams:

They made a lot of money.

Patrick Williams:

There was no fraud, but they didn't call any witnesses and they made a summary decision because they knew if they called witnesses, the case would have been proven to have been bullshit.

Patrick Williams:

Now I need, I need everybody to understand Trump was a multibillionaire before he ever thought about going into office

Chris Williams:

and that judge's

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decision.

Patrick Williams:

It's saying that he has to dissolve his corporate corporation.

Patrick Williams:

So Trump corporation is they're trying to seize all of his assets.

Patrick Williams:

Now, this is a guy that has done nothing, absolutely nothing to anyone.

Patrick Williams:

How many citizens out here have done nothing to anyone, but owns a house or owns a car or owns a small piece of land that they want, they want to build on or something like that.

Patrick Williams:

The establishment does not like what you say or if you're a descending voice to their views, who's to stop them from charging?

Patrick Williams:

You not having a trial.

Patrick Williams:

You have zero.

Patrick Williams:

Zero rights.

Patrick Williams:

They just, there's no defense.

Patrick Williams:

Bang the gavel.

Patrick Williams:

And they turn around and take everything away from you.

Patrick Williams:

This is not a, people need to understand this is not, Oh, I'm glad this is happening to Trump.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, you need to be fucking furious that it's happening to Trump and people need to be stepping up and saying, this is bullshit.

Patrick Williams:

We won't stand for this because if they do this and get away with on Trump, don't let your hate for Trump cheer this on because hate for

Chris Williams:

Trump is up from the hate for yourself.

Chris Williams:

Because I think what you were saying, correct me if I'm wrong when you cut out, if they could do this to a man that not only has.

Chris Williams:

Wealth, popularity, and status.

Chris Williams:

Don't think you're immune.

Chris Williams:

You'll be too easy to target.

Patrick Williams:

And it won't stop at Trump because they want all the land.

Patrick Williams:

I go back to the World Economic Forum homepage all the time.

Patrick Williams:

I refer to it.

Patrick Williams:

They say point blank agenda 2030.

Patrick Williams:

They say point blank.

Patrick Williams:

You will own nothing and you will be happy about it.

Patrick Williams:

And you'll get to eat bugs.

Patrick Williams:

That is their intent for you.

Patrick Williams:

And if you look at the top four cities, they tell you point blank.

Patrick Williams:

They say that.

Patrick Williams:

You will only be able to purchase three articles of clothing a year per

Chris Williams:

person.

Chris Williams:

The military issues more than that.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

So, I mean, people need to wake up.

Patrick Williams:

This is not done in a covert manner.

Patrick Williams:

They are overtly saying this in front of you.

Patrick Williams:

Read their information, Agenda 2030.

Patrick Williams:

Look at the top four cities.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, all of this shit is

Chris Williams:

public.

Chris Williams:

As a matter of fact, after this episode, if you don't believe it, then just go into the show notes and you'll find a link to the World Economic Forum's webpage.

Chris Williams:

You can look at it yourself.

Chris Williams:

All you got to do is type it in.

Chris Williams:

But unfortunately I know too many people that are just too damn lazy to do it.

Chris Williams:

So we're going to give it to you.

Chris Williams:

You know, going

Chris Williams:

Joe O'Neal: back to Crenshaw, I just pulled it up, you know, and he went in office 2018.

Chris Williams:

He was not a millionaire.

Chris Williams:

His net worth right now is 3, 392, 000.

Chris Williams:

You break it down and you see where this money's coming from.

Chris Williams:

He's on the Energy and Commerce Committee.

Chris Williams:

He's on the Defense Committee.

Chris Williams:

But you break it down and you see.

Chris Williams:

All the individual contributions that come from him and you start following that right there and you'll see what the hell's happening.

Chris Williams:

Huntsman Corporation, Kirkland Ellis, Crow Holdings, DX Service Company UBSAG.

Patrick Williams:

And UBS has just been publicly outed as being Chinese.

Chris Williams:

Right.

Chris Williams:

Joe O'Neal: That's right.

Chris Williams:

And they only put four and a half billion dollars last year into contributions to Republicans and

Chris Williams:

Democrats.

Chris Williams:

There

Chris Williams:

Joe O'Neal: you go.

Chris Williams:

You know, and I mean, the list just goes on.

Chris Williams:

Dimensional dimensional fund advisors.

Chris Williams:

If you look at that, it goes straight back to George Soros, Carruth Management, Centerview Partners, Clearpath Foundation, Western National Group.

Chris Williams:

I pulled all these up and when, what Eddie said about him, he did not say nothing else.

Chris Williams:

He's a piece of fucking

Chris Williams:

shit.

Chris Williams:

He's a traitor to this country.

Chris Williams:

That goes in, that goes in the show notes too, so I, I mean, look, I'm not even gonna ask you to look.

Chris Williams:

I dare you to look.

Chris Williams:

I mean, I get it.

Chris Williams:

People may be waking up in this country, but waking up and you ain't got out of bed yet.

Chris Williams:

And quite frankly, there's a lot of work to do and you ain't going to do it in bed.

Chris Williams:

So waking up ain't enough.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Scrape your mind boogers out of your eye.

Patrick Williams:

Start type.

Patrick Williams:

Get

Chris Williams:

your morning stretch in, get your coffee in, get your morning shit in and get to work.

Chris Williams:

Pull your head out your ass.

Chris Williams:

That's it.

Chris Williams:

I guess the people that have even had contact with this podcast should know by now that if you register for this podcast, you're going to

Chris Williams:

get a copy of the constitution of the United States, as well as a copy of the declaration of independence.

Chris Williams:

And I thought that was kind of stupid to have to do it that way.

Chris Williams:

I'm just going to say it because it's too easy to find.

Chris Williams:

It's too easy to pull it up.

Chris Williams:

You, I mean, you don't have the internet.

Chris Williams:

Don't like electronics, go to the library.

Chris Williams:

It's easy.

Chris Williams:

It's not something that's hidden, but I promise you in a couple of years, you're not going to find it.

Chris Williams:

And if you don't want to look for it, all you got to do is register as a constitution commando.

Chris Williams:

You'll have your own copy of it.

Chris Williams:

And I would strongly recommend that you don't just have a copy of it.

Chris Williams:

Read it.

Chris Williams:

I mean, it might, you might, might amaze you after you read the preamble, how much they've actually taken from us.

Chris Williams:

You know, they've taken a lot from us, but I'm going to tell you right now, they don't have to take the rest of it from us, but you know, talking to them is not going to stop them from taking the rest of it.

Chris Williams:

So it's going to require a little effort on the, on the part of the American people.

Chris Williams:

Whether you're a veteran, civilian, whatever.

Chris Williams:

Joe O'Neal: Yeah.

Chris Williams:

It's a crying shame.

Chris Williams:

People, most people don't even read it.

Chris Williams:

They read it, but they don't, they don't study it and they don't see, you know, if you get over and you start digging, man, and you see all these damn PAC funds and stuff, where the money's actually going.

Chris Williams:

And it starts breaking it down and we're going to put this right

Chris Williams:

here.

Chris Williams:

Oh, it's going up.

Chris Williams:

Joe O'Neal: Yeah, it'll be on the website.

Chris Williams:

And you know, you can take it from there.

Chris Williams:

It's fact check.

Chris Williams:

These little boys here is pulling this up.

Chris Williams:

They know what the hell they're

Chris Williams:

doing.

Chris Williams:

Well, Joe, I know you're telling people it's fact check.

Chris Williams:

I know you're checking, but just as a piece of personal advice to anybody who might be listening, go check it for yourself.

Chris Williams:

We're not wiping anybody's ass here.

Chris Williams:

You can do it yourself.

Chris Williams:

You need to do it yourself because I'm just, I'm imploring you to do it because you're supposed to be a fellow American now get off your ass and act like it.

Chris Williams:

Don't believe us.

Chris Williams:

Joe O'Neal: Go look for your damn self.

Chris Williams:

You know, yeah.

Chris Williams:

Why don't you just go ride a bicycle with flip flops and shorts.

Chris Williams:

I mean,

Chris Williams:

Joe O'Neal: I did that that day.

Chris Williams:

Well, no brakes.

Chris Williams:

It was fine

Patrick Williams:

as hell.

Patrick Williams:

I would have had to have skipped a flip flop.

Chris Williams:

That's funny.

Chris Williams:

Oh, man.

Chris Williams:

But yes, I mean,

Patrick Williams:

I see.

Patrick Williams:

There's another thing.

Patrick Williams:

Well, about the Constitution, you know, the Fourth Amendment.

Patrick Williams:

It talks about being secure in your papers and illegal search and seizure and no general warrants.

Patrick Williams:

No general warrants.

Chris Williams:

Like the one they served on Donald Trump at Mar a Lago.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah and let me explain what a general warrant is.

Patrick Williams:

Well actually I'm gonna explain a legal warrant and then I'll tell you what the general warrant is.

Patrick Williams:

A legal warrant is acquired.

Patrick Williams:

It takes a judge or a magistrate to sign off.

Patrick Williams:

Because there is enough evidence of a crime.

Patrick Williams:

And when I say a, I'm talking a specific crime.

Patrick Williams:

Now, if the evidence is on a computer, they will get a warrant to search a person's office and sees like drives or yeah, the computer and associated items, and it will list where they are searching for that computer.

Patrick Williams:

Now,

Chris Williams:

and what computer it is that they're going to be specific about it,

Patrick Williams:

right?

Patrick Williams:

A general warrant says, here's a warrant to go into this structure

Chris Williams:

and by such and such.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

And you're not looking for any specific thing in any specific room.

Patrick Williams:

You can just go look and see if you can find something that's illegal.

Chris Williams:

And an extension of that, which would not be on a general warrant, but let's say they have a warrant to go search an office building

Chris Williams:

in a general sense where there's nothing specific listed on there, but they know who rents that office or owns that off.

Chris Williams:

If they don't find anything that they're satisfied with in that office, or they just send another team to your house, just because your name is attached to it.

Chris Williams:

So.

Chris Williams:

General warrant means that they just gotta take your life away.

Chris Williams:

I mean, your livelihood, your possessions, and that is not constitutional at

Patrick Williams:

all.

Patrick Williams:

You talking about buy a house with a general warrant, you getting ready to gonna generally get up that judge again, . Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

You're getting ready to go talk to that judge again.

Patrick Williams:

Now I ain't gonna say nothing, but this is inadequate and unconstitutional.

Patrick Williams:

You have to do better than that bub, right?

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

I got

Patrick Williams:

Joe O'Neal: a friend of mine, he's a retired master chief and he's going through the same damn thing from the I r s.

Patrick Williams:

And they have come and seized his boat.

Patrick Williams:

He's a co owner of a bar.

Patrick Williams:

Mostly veterans and retired people come and they, they just seized his boat, you know, and they, you

Chris Williams:

know,

Chris Williams:

Joe O'Neal: you know, that's bullshit.

Chris Williams:

You know, you can't do that.

Chris Williams:

And what they started out for had nothing to do with his personal belongings.

Chris Williams:

You know?

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Well, I mean, especially with IRS, I mean, you're coming at me for what?

Patrick Williams:

Not paying you taxes.

Patrick Williams:

I paid you a, I paid you a shitload of taxes.

Patrick Williams:

Well see, that's his shit.

Patrick Williams:

I bought my everything

Chris Williams:

apparently.

Chris Williams:

I mean, you know, and I'm getting this from Joe 'cause I haven't met his friend he's talking about yet.

Chris Williams:

But you know, he said he, he's got accountants, he's got attorneys and everybody says that everything's fine, but they're still taking stuff from him and it shouldn't be happening, period.

Chris Williams:

He

Chris Williams:

Joe O'Neal: has a podcast too, and he didn't have no problems till he got on the podcast.

Chris Williams:

And started talking about Biden and them, and all of a sudden he's being audited, fucking shit being

Chris Williams:

seized.

Chris Williams:

Mm hmm.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

All right, speaking of that, everybody out there, I want you to listen to this.

Patrick Williams:

The First Amendment, you cannot have a free society without it.

Patrick Williams:

That's right.

Patrick Williams:

Our First Amendment, it basically enumerated rights given us by God.

Patrick Williams:

It didn't give us these rights, it enumerated these rights.

Patrick Williams:

It says we have the right to say whatever the fuck we want to say.

Patrick Williams:

So that goes along, you know, misinformation, malinformation, hate speech, all that is protected by the first amendment.

Patrick Williams:

That's what it

Chris Williams:

is.

Chris Williams:

And we don't need some kind of truth league to tell us what is right and what's wrong.

Chris Williams:

We damn sure don't need public, I mean social media censoring speech because.

Chris Williams:

What?

Chris Williams:

They don't like it.

Chris Williams:

I'll fuck you.

Chris Williams:

If you don't like it, get out of the social media business.

Patrick Williams:

You claim to be anti fascist.

Patrick Williams:

Well, that is fascism.

Patrick Williams:

So let's say you go storm the white house and correct this damn government.

Patrick Williams:

We got instead of destroying a bunch of damn neighborhoods that people work their asses off to build shops and stores and make your living at.

Chris Williams:

Exactly.

Chris Williams:

I mean, when you look at somebody like Elon Musk, it's garnered a lot more attention than just being a wealthy man in the United States.

Chris Williams:

Since he bought Twitter.

Chris Williams:

And I'll just be honest.

Chris Williams:

I think he got robbed myself, but I mean, but I mean, this is a wealthy guy who could probably, you know, he could probably be doing a lot of other stuff with his life.

Chris Williams:

Besides dumping 44 billion into a company like Twitter, who was actually lying to people about how many bots they had running through Twitter.

Chris Williams:

All he bought Twitter for was to find out the truth.

Chris Williams:

I mean, is the government really trying to censor speech?

Chris Williams:

Is the government trying to say certain people can't say certain things?

Chris Williams:

That's all I wanted to do.

Chris Williams:

And guess what?

Chris Williams:

He found out that there was a lot of people in government.

Chris Williams:

Interfering with people's feet.

Chris Williams:

And, you know, I don't know why they hadn't really gone after him yet, but they have, they forced them to get them.

Chris Williams:

The force of the what?

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

The government went in and commandeered Starlink from it.

Patrick Williams:

What?

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Joe O'Neal: Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Cause that's how the Ukrainians was communicate.

Patrick Williams:

Somehow or another, he turned,

Chris Williams:

he turned that off.

Chris Williams:

Well, he well, he got a, he got a request to hook up Starlink in the Ukraine so they could have communications.

Chris Williams:

He didn't balk about it.

Chris Williams:

The next day it was up.

Chris Williams:

Yeah,

Patrick Williams:

but he wound up cutting it off because Starlink, the initial use for it, and I'm sure they had an arrangement talked about, it was not supposed to be utilized for any military purposes.

Patrick Williams:

Starlink was supposed to be utilized for the countrymen, the Ukrainians, to be able to talk and have internet.

Patrick Williams:

That's what Starlink was there for.

Patrick Williams:

Not for defense purposes.

Patrick Williams:

Well, turn to find out Ukraine is using Starlink to do their drones.

Patrick Williams:

So they were, they were doing military strikes off of Starlink.

Patrick Williams:

So must have said, fuck y'all.

Patrick Williams:

You're not going to use this anymore.

Patrick Williams:

This is my satellite network and you ain't using it.

Patrick Williams:

Well, the problem with that is that Elon Musk is a government contract.

Patrick Williams:

You look through SpaceX, Starlink, all this shit happened because of the government.

Patrick Williams:

Now, even Tesla is subsidized by the taxpayer.

Patrick Williams:

But, the government came in and commandeered Starlink from it.

Patrick Williams:

He turned access to Starlink off to Ukraine a while back.

Patrick Williams:

But yeah, they just recently did this.

Patrick Williams:

I think he got tired of fighting the government and just told him, you know, this happened after,

Chris Williams:

after I started what

Patrick Williams:

you broke up.

Patrick Williams:

He just gave him the damn code and everything.

Patrick Williams:

I guess he said, fuck it.

Patrick Williams:

It's y'all's different than Illinois.

Patrick Williams:

But yeah, they commandeered access codes for

Chris Williams:

Starlink.

Chris Williams:

I'll be damn.

Chris Williams:

Joe O'Neal: Yeah.

Chris Williams:

Once again, they are exceeding their

Chris Williams:

authority.

Chris Williams:

I call that a serpent authority.

Chris Williams:

Or should I say Thomas Jefferson called it that and you know, all the way back.

Chris Williams:

You know, when the Declaration of Independence was written, Thomas Jefferson was telling King George, whenever a government asserts their

Chris Williams:

authority, the people have the right, the duty to overthrow that government and reestablish it, you know, somewhere else.

Chris Williams:

I mean, that was the whole reason for the Declaration of Independence.

Chris Williams:

For those of you who do not know, because apparently they don't teach us at school anymore, King George was a tyrant.

Chris Williams:

He was a very young king, and he was very greedy, and he was very power hungry, and quite frankly, had the largest, I mean, he was the world's superpower at the time.

Chris Williams:

I mean, England was huge.

Chris Williams:

And so for us to even stand up against King George was probably by most standards, stupid as shit.

Chris Williams:

And by, by all rights, King George should have wiped us off the face of the planet, but

Patrick Williams:

there's one thing that was in the way of him being successful, that big old body of water between him and us

Chris Williams:

for that.

Chris Williams:

Well, no, that was 1 thing.

Chris Williams:

The 2nd thing was a bunch of people who have migrated to this country who are growing up.

Chris Williams:

With my grandparents, they they had something about them.

Chris Williams:

They meant business, you know what I mean?

Chris Williams:

They knew that they wanted and they were not going to stop till they got it.

Chris Williams:

And that's what we call today, the American spirit.

Chris Williams:

And the bottom line is when you can go up against a country that's got you outnumbered in foot soldiers, 30 to one, and you still win.

Chris Williams:

I call that big balls and a lot of determination.

Chris Williams:

Don't think a lot of people didn't pay for it.

Chris Williams:

But, you know, George Washington later said it's much easier to defend a country against the enemy without, but when the enemy is within.

Chris Williams:

Much harder to get rid of them.

Chris Williams:

Well, guess what?

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We ain't fighting England today.

Chris Williams:

We're fighting us.

Chris Williams:

Joe O'Neal: Yeah.

Chris Williams:

And, and there is no American spirit for the most part amongst the general population, they've lost it because there is, you know, they sitting on

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their ass waiting for a handout, you know, all these government programs that they've created over these years.

Chris Williams:

Was really to keep people down instead of lifting them up and people want to hand out instead of, you know, I can understand a hand up, but this is a handout and there is no American spirit.

Chris Williams:

They don't talk about it.

Chris Williams:

You know, well, I think me and Patrick can talk about that on one of the last.

Chris Williams:

More recent podcasts, you know, the people that are taking these handouts right now, there's a lot of, a lot of people just taking money from the government so they don't have to go to work.

Chris Williams:

And you know, a lot of businesses shut down simply because they couldn't hire people.

Chris Williams:

It wasn't that they didn't have the business.

Chris Williams:

They didn't have enough people to work.

Chris Williams:

And.

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You know, to those people, all I can tell you is if you really think the government is going to take care of you or provide for you, man, look, you are, you, you know what, and just go ahead and eradicate yourself right now.

Chris Williams:

You know, look, the government's not going to do anything for you.

Chris Williams:

They're giving you what you want right now so that you'll vote for them.

Chris Williams:

Honestly, that's about all it is.

Chris Williams:

And

Patrick Williams:

what do you got to remember?

Patrick Williams:

Any entity.

Patrick Williams:

That gives you all you have will also be the same entity to change it away

Chris Williams:

all that you have And they will take it because of the simple fact that once once they've gotten what they want out of you Because you're not working you're depending on the government.

Chris Williams:

Don't fool yourself into thinking that the government can't afford first of all They can't afford it.

Chris Williams:

They have no intentions of affording it either.

Chris Williams:

But if you're just taking the handouts, you're doing more disservice to this country and to yourself than anybody else.

Chris Williams:

And I think, you know, I don't know, I don't even know how to put it into words.

Chris Williams:

I just have to say you're too damn stupid to live in this country because of the simple fact that this country was founded on, on the principle of

Chris Williams:

hard work and making what, you know, if you want to make a lot of money, you're free to do that in a capitalist country.

Chris Williams:

But the good thing about a capitalist country is there's a thing called competition, which keeps prices down, keeps businesses honest, but if you think you can just have everything you want

Chris Williams:

just because you wished upon a star, you're an ignorant bastard and you need to stop that shit right now because that is not what this country is about.

Chris Williams:

Well, that's why

Patrick Williams:

we talked about that one show.

Patrick Williams:

It's like, look, one parents need to take the bullshit hockey pads off their kids.

Patrick Williams:

Let them ride a skateboard with no pads and no helmet.

Patrick Williams:

Let them ride the bicycle with no pads and no helmet.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, if they get an altercation in the damn neighborhood with a kid, let them get in a fight, get punched in the fucking face.

Patrick Williams:

It'll do you good to spit some teeth out.

Patrick Williams:

Especially when you're young, because that's your primary teeth.

Patrick Williams:

Your next ones will grow in.

Patrick Williams:

But, if people would start getting punched in the face a little harder and a little more frequently, they'll realize a little pain's gonna go away.

Patrick Williams:

And that'll also teach you that these little bitty words that come out of the bad man's mouth ain't gonna fuckin hurt you.

Chris Williams:

You mean like main tweets?

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Shit like that.

Patrick Williams:

Bunch of fucking pussies.

Patrick Williams:

I think they all went to Joe bag of dick Biden camp.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

Bullying on the fucking internet.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

I ain't no f k of the internet bully.

Patrick Williams:

Hell, when I had bullies on my ass, there was like eight, ten of them holding me down and swapping out.

Patrick Williams:

They were beating my ass.

Patrick Williams:

That's what a bully was in my age.

Patrick Williams:

Internet bully.

Patrick Williams:

Oh, the unicorn wanted to stab me.

Patrick Williams:

The unicorn stole my fairy dust

Chris Williams:

and flew away.

Chris Williams:

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