Tulsi's New Joe Rogan Interview

A full 2.5 hours long--I'm only an hour into it, but some interesting discussion around the congressional-military-industrial complex (wow), internet companies controlling speech, and other things.

Nothing Earth-shattering, but it does touch on places not seen before:

New Joe Rogan Interview

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America is a pathetic nation; a fascist state fueled by the greed, malice, and stupidity of her own people.
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@snoopydawg You jogged my memory with that, snoopydog, so I'm going to try to locate that part of the interview because it ties in with another interview which Joe aired back in March with a New Knowledge officer named Renée DiResta whose ability to mislead and deceive is nearly impeccable. (I say "nearly" because although Joe was thoroughly taken in, something about her had me deeply queasy). She seemed subtly but definitely pro-Hillary. Here's the interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAGZcGi1OP8

I think she began to win Joe over by emphasizing traits they have in common, traits she could have observed from researching his videos and noting that he takes parenthood seriously, identifies with a certain age group, uses certain cultural references, language, etc. IOW, she seemed cagey, smooth, and maybe a bit sociopathic. I was disturbed after the interview and apparently others were too, as I realized when shortly afterward Jimmy Dore referred to DiResta as a grifter.

When Tulsi touched on the subject, it was clear that Joe had a different take, so Tulsi backed off. So ... thanks for posting that and waking up some of my dormant brain cells. This stuff is so convoluted and sticky. I hope there are people on our side who can open it up and let the light shine through.

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I guess it's a 'mission impossibile'. I haven't watched the movies of same name. I never do. To keep my mind clean. I wish her luck, but have given up.
PS what I mean to say is that I believe they will silence her the 'Assange Way'. And that is horrifying.

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@mimi

PS what I mean to say is that I believe they will silence her the 'Assange Way'. And that is horrifying.

His own country won't help him. He's been abandoned by his own lackey government.
Tulsi is an american. A veteran. As a veteran, I still have faith that most of us would be at her side.
I could make many uncomfortable if they try to railroad her as they have done Assange.
I plan to.
Help me have a little faith. You sometimes give up too easily.

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Regardless of the path in life I chose, I realize it's always forward, never straight.

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@Pricknick
what I learned here in Germany about my own country after having been away and unaware about the deep changes that occurred here in the last 35 years, has caused me to just have other more negative view points..

Germany is occupied and suffocated by US media style corporate powers.Still not as bad as what you have over in the US, but imo bad enough.

But heh, I am not into politics anymore. YMMV. It is over for me. I hate watching TV and I hate the intertubes. C99p is the exception of that rule.

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This is impressive.

This is not.

She is going to take Bernie's voters, and I don't think she could win in the primary or the general. Having said this, Bernie could learn a lot from Tulsi. Bernie might win the primary this time, maybe even the general election; but he sure put his clay feet up on the table.

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"Religion is what keeps the poor from murdering the rich."--Napoleon

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@dkmich
and divide it like Moses or cut under it too. Faith moves water. She wins. /s

Nothing to read here, move on.

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@mimi

You can hang all your faith and hopes on a candidate, but I never will again. Bernie 2016 was the last of that. Even if Tulsi or Bernie become President, it is foolish to expect much. The powers that own the government will never allow it to change.

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"Religion is what keeps the poor from murdering the rich."--Napoleon

Hey, @dkmich -- if worse comes to worse:

Don't give up.

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@dkmich
we will be 'foolish' again. See my sig line.

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Okay, here's the clip, from someone else's clip, of the Tulsi interview. Surprisingly, Tulsi is aware of Renée DiResta -- very reassuring. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFFFpXX4v8Q&feature=youtu.be&t=501

Will Joe Rogan wake up to this?

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