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Episode 1109 Scott Adams PART2: Talking About Kamala Unleashing Her Demon Army to Hunt Republicans, Riot Politics, Mind Control

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Content:

  • Republicans will be hunted
  • Election rigger discusses ease and numerous methods
  • Ted Wheeler blames riots on 5 CNN promoted HOAXES
  • Military grade mind-control…of Americans
  • Operation Not Forgotten, 39 kids rescued
  • Clearview facial recognition, Othram DNA tracking

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Episode 1109 Scott Adams PART1: Talking About Kamala Unleashing Her Demon Army to Hunt Republicans, Riot Politics, Mind Control

My new book LOSERTHINK, available now on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/rqmjc2a

Find my “extra” content on Locals: https://ScottAdams.Locals.com

Content:

  • Republicans will be hunted
  • Election rigger discusses ease and numerous methods
  • Ted Wheeler blames riots on 5 CNN promoted HOAXES
  • Military grade mind-control…of Americans
  • Operation Not Forgotten, 39 kids rescued
  • Clearview facial recognition, Othram DNA tracking

If you would like to enjoy this same content plus bonus content from Scott Adams, including micro-lessons on lots of useful topics to build your talent stack, please see scottadams.locals.com for full access to that secret treasure.

Episode 817 Scott Adams: Who REALLY Won in New Hampshire, New Stupid Attack on Trump


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Content:

  • CNN Stephan Collinson’s newest anti-Trump attack
  • Thanking Andrew Yang for making the race better
  • Comparing Democrat candidates to President Trump
  • Joe Rogan is at the highest level of human awareness
  • A way for the Trump Administration to Legalize marijuana

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Episode 560 Scott Adams: Mexico Deal, Housing Emergency, Crazy George Conway, Magic Mushrooms

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Content: 

  • Why does George Conway do what he does?
  • Jim Acosta’s book is called “Enemy of the People”
  • Oberlin college race HOAX…big award for victimized bakery
  • Analyst’s climate change PREDICTIONS blocked…NOT FACTS
  • Mexican tariffs story in the NYT and CNN, as they pay for the wall
  • Ben Carson says we have a fixable housing emergency 
    • What regulations can we change or remove…to fix that?
    • Bill Pulte has the answers, or can find them, enlist Bill to help?
  • 180 Business leaders say it’s bad for their business to restrict abortions
  • AOC has good aspirational stuff, LEARN from her technique
    • AOC want’s to limit lobbyists…and Ted Cruz agrees
    • AOC wants magic mushrooms medically studied
    • AOC says why not get rid of birth control restrictions?
    • AOC says she’s open to nuclear as part of a GND solution
  • FYI…AOC won a future Democrat leaders event…and then ran for office
  • Erik Finman, crypto-millionaire, notes WHEN Token is “underrated”

Episode 176 Scott Adams: How the SPLC Defines Hate, Iran Negotiating, Urban Housing and Fizzled Protests

Topics: 

  • Per the SPLC, what does and doesn’t qualify as a “hate group”?
  • Khamenei is using negotiation language in rejecting our offer to talk
  • Water could be the key 
  • Wouldn’t any standard for hate and fake news have to include CNN (for example)?
  • Aren’t CNN, MSNBC, etc….creating fake news and inspiring violence?
  • Increasing hate and racial tensions, benefits CNN and others financially
  • Antifa masks and preventing news coverage of their behavior

 

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The Upside of Ben Carson

I recently blogged that a Trump presidency would probably boost confidence in the economy and pay a big dividend in GDP over time. Economies move with psychology, and Trump is the best at business-related psychology in all its forms.

But what about Ben Carson, you ask? Does he bring an economic upside too?

Yes – a monstrous one. In fact, Carson brings with him the Godzilla of economic possibilities. And I apologize for not putting together the pieces until now. Carson is a once-in-a-generation economic opportunity for the United States. He could bring an asset to the White House that you might never see again. That asset is the fixer of climate change. It is the healthcare improvement of all time. It is an enormous boost to worker productivity, if not the largest ever. What could be such a big deal, you ask?

Ben Carson is a vegetarian doctor. 

Bam.

If the Cowspiracy people are right (or rightish), half of man-made climate change is caused by livestock. And that part can be reversed fairly quickly. The financial benefit would be enormous.

And obviously a plant-based diet would be a gigantic financial benefit to the healthcare and productivity of Americans.

Can a president change people’s diets? Not right away. But keep in mind that men wore hats until President Kennedy brought hatless style to the office. 

Carson’s religion is the reason for his vegetarian ways. But he also defends the diet on health grounds. That message from a doctor-president is a powerful package. A Surgeon General would not have the same influence.

We might never see another vegetarian doctor take a run for the White House. The economic potential of a health-oriented president is probably bigger than any issue in the debates. I don’t think diet will ever be a big topic in the election, but once in office, the role modeling (even if unintended) will begin.

I doubt Carson will make a big deal about his diet, even as president, because it springs from his faith, and it isn’t a sales point with conservatives. But this post is about the upside potential of a Carson presidency, and I doubt you will ever see a larger potential benefit.

Now consider the immigration issue. Put a Trump-looking guy in the presidency and you have an automatic problem. The legitimate question of border control starts looking like racism (even if it isn’t) simply because of the players involved. That problem goes away if your president is the second African-American in a row to hold the office. That’s a huge benefit to the immigration topic. It takes a lot of the hate out of it.

Speaking of race, the Obama presidency was a great step forward in the psychology of racial equality, but there is a risk it could someday look like a fluke of history and lose its power. That problem is instantly solved with a Carson presidency. There is a reason professional hit men put one bullet in the chest and one in the head. You often need the second shot to get the job done. Carson’s rise could be an enormous bit of luck for the country. A Carson presidency would not end racism, or even close, but it would certainly make an indelible point. And I would put a big dollar sign on that sort of improvement. Imagine a kid born during Obama’s first term. If we have eight years of a Carson presidency following Obama, those kids will think presidents are usually black. Compare that to grandpa’s time. Sort of different. And optimism drives the economy.

But what about Carson’s other opinions, you ask? Let’s look at a few and see how much we should care.

Evolution

Carson believes species evolve in small ways, but he is skeptical that anything evolved from one species to another. If Carson were not otherwise a man of science, that would be a bigger problem. But evolution is the one thing that has no impact on our lives. He can be as wrong as he likes on that one topic (assuming he is) so long he is pro-science in general. But is he pro-science?

Climate Change

Carson doesn’t think the man-made portion of climate change is a big deal. And I suppose that point of view could doom us all, according to science. But keep in mind that we are doomed by climate change (say most scientists) no matter who the president is. Carson has the only non-zero chance of making a dent in the issue, and that would be an accidental outcome from his influence on diet (potentially). 

(Technology could also fix climate change, but technology is not running for president.)

Abortion

Carson is maybe-okay with abortion when the life of the mother is involved, but otherwise he is pro-life. My view on abortion is that men should stay out of the conversation and let women work it out. I say that because women have brains and stuff, and men have nothing to add but a lack of feel for the situation. If men had babies and women did not, I can assure you we would not be looking for women’s opinions on the topic. So I abstain. But I respect any woman who bases a vote on this topic. That seems legitimate to me.

Miscellaneous

Gun control probably won’t change much no matter who is in office. The candidates’ tax plans and tough talk about dealing with other countries is not to be taken seriously. That is just election babble. And I doubt the federal government will get tougher on drugs no matter what the president wants. That trend is set. So I ignore all of that.

My prediction is that Trump will win the Republican nomination (based on campaign skills alone) and then go on to a landslide in the general election against Clinton. But the economic upside of a Carson presidency is at least comparable to a Trump scenario. If I am being objective, it had to be said.

I won’t be doing an analysis of Hillary Clinton’s economic upside potential because she told us in the debate that her gender is a job qualification. She’s dead to me.

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I wrote a book about systems versus goals. People seem to like it.

The Cage Fight President

As regular readers know, I believe humans are moist robots with little awareness of why we do what we do. For example, someone (I’m not sure who) pointed out that the American public usually votes for the presidential team that would win a cage fight. Let’s see if you agree. I will consider only the presidents from my lifetime, which roughly corresponds to the age of television.

Keep in mind that Republicans have lost every time they had a disabled vet (McCain and Dole) or a woman (Ferraro) on the ticket. Jimmy Carter, at 5′9″ lost reelection to Reagan. Those are the obvious ones. Let’s look at some more matchup.

1952: Eisenhower and Nixon beat Adlai Stevenson and Kefauver. Obviously the professional killer in that group was Eisenhower. And who loses a fight to someone named Adlai?

1956: Same match as above

1960: Kennedy and Johnson beat Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge, as I imagine they would in a cage fight. Kennedy was young and vigorous, while Johnson was nearly 6′4″ and dangerous-sounding.

1964: Johnson and Humphrey beat Goldwater and Miller. Johnson was again the big dog (physically) in that race.

1968: Nixon and Agnew beat Humphrey (the ultimate beta male) and Muskie.

1972: Nixon and Agnew beat McGovern (beta male) and Shriver.

1976: Carter and Mondale beat Ford and Dole. (Dole has one good arm.)

1980: Reagan and Bush beat Carter (5′9″) and beta male Mondale. 

1984: Reagan and Bush beat beta male Mondale and Ferraro, as they would in a fight.

1988: Bush and Quayle beat little 5′8″ Dukakis and crypt-keeper Lloyd Bentsen.

Those matches were easy to call. But how about the ones after? You be the judge.

1992: Clinton and Gore beat Bush (senior) and Quayle.

1996: Clinton and Gore beat Dole and Kemp.

2000: Bush and Cheney beat Gore and Lieberman (but lost popular vote)

2004: Bush and Cheney beat Kerry and Edwards

2008: Obama and Biden beat McCain and Palin

2012: Obama and Biden beat Romney and Ryan

According to the cage fight hypothesis, who do you think would win a cage fight if the competitors were Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Ben Carson?

We need to know the VP choices to make an informed prediction. But according to the cage fight hypothesis, Trump would beat either Carson and Clinton simply by picking another alpha male as a running mate. (Here I am assuming Gentle Ben Carson is not good in a fight.)

According to the cage fight hypothesis, Carson could beat Clinton by picking a large male running mate. Clinton could only win by picking Ronda Rousey as a running mate. And Trump would win with Mark Cuban as a running mate, at least under the cage fight hypothesis. Unless Rousey or someone with similar killing power runs with Clinton.

Do you see any validity to the cage fight hypothesis? I don’t want it to be true, but a lot of coincidences are piling up.

I wrote a book that says systems for success are better than goals. People say that idea is dramatically improving their lives. I hope so.