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Episode 1513 Scott Adams: Today’s Show Will Be Mindbendingly Awesome

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Content:

  • 90 day cool down period employee protection
  • Nuclear power plants to find Bitcoins
  • Russell Brand sees a conservative truth
  • Whiteboard: A Country Unifying Solutions List
  • Public schooling: Bullies and bad behavior
  • New technology vaccines and side effects

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Episode 1216 Scott Adams: Supreme Court Punts, Vaccines are Here, AOC Needs the Lincoln Project Like a Hole in the Head

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Content:

  • A Presidential pardon for Lil Wayne
  • Supreme Court rejected Texas lawsuit
  • The brilliant Democrat HOAX structure
  • Our Republic is gone, we now have a “Bullyocracy”
  • Whiteboard: God App, 1 app to rule them all

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Episode 1173 Scott Adams: Democrats Cover Their Tracks and Prepare for Coup 2.0 While Texans Reject the Biden Bus and Hoaxes Fall Like Rain

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Content:

  • Shy Trump supporters…58,000 of them
  • Punishing and re-educating Trump supporters if Biden wins
  • Coup2 Plan: Winning after losing the electoral college
  • Will Supreme Court vote to make itself relevant?
  • FBI investigating Biden bus incident
  • Mask study says 80% reduction of respiratory illness

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Episode 133: The Epidemic of Trapped Children, SCOTUS, and Coffee

Topics: 

  • Strategy for dealing with personal attacks: “I block all Nazis, goodby”
  • Supreme Court nomination tonight…likely to include one or two bonus topics
  • Experts said: MUST avoid trade wars, have opinions changed?
  • Reticular activation – Noticing something everywhere once it’s on your mind
  • Kids in cages, kids in caves, kids in mental cages (Democrats)
  • President Trump’s persuasion play and the importance of HONOR
  • Elon Musk’s team creating tube for cave kids rescue

 

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Episode 132: The End of White Supremacists, #WalkAway and Conspiracy Theories

Topics: 

  • The fallacy of IQ confirming racial supremacy
  • Brandon Straka #WalkAway movement
  • Conspiracy theories, mostly the right, mostly the left…or BOTH?
  • Logic and facts don’t pierce the bubble of confirmation bias
  • An engineered conspiracy theory might help the left pierce their TDS bubble
  • Democrats are favoring illegal immigrants over black Americans
  • Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett is the best FUN candidate option
  • Barrett would be 4th woman on the current court

 

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Episode 127: Oprah, Optimism, North Korea and Supreme Court Picks, Debating Dale

Topics: 

  • Oprah’s comment about Democrat party experiencing hysteria
  • NBC report on North Korea cheating…are they cheating?
  • Gordon Chang says possible that Chairman Kim isn’t in charge
  • Supreme Court candidate, Amy Coney Barrett is the persuasion play
  • Dale debates Scott on “children in cages”

 

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Episode 122: Civil War, #Walkaway, The Weed Poison Pill, Mike Lee, Eliminating ICE

Topics: 

  • Schumer’s weed decriminalization bill…brilliantly evil by design
  • #Walkaway originator realized Liberals are being fear manipulated
  • MSM fear mongering creating a mental health issue for millions
  • Rebranding ICE…as NICE
  • Rowe v Wade, states banning abortion
  • What defines a man or a woman, genitalia or chemistry?
  • Mike Lee, risky Supreme Court nominee
  • “Civil war” possibility

 

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Scalia and the Pillow

As you know, Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia recently died. Here’s what we know.

1. He seemed healthy(ish) that day.

2. He was discovered with a pillow over his head.

3. No autopsy was done. He was declared dead by telephone.

4. There is no chance of President Obama getting the Senate to approve a replacement this year.

5. The next president will appoint Scalia’s replacement.

6. The Scalia replacement will tip the court 5-4 in whichever direction the sitting president chooses. This is gigantic.

7. The issue of Supreme Court nominations went from rarely mentioned in this election (it seemed) to the main topic, and it will stay that way all year.

8. The person who gains the most from Scalia’s death is Hillary Clinton, assuming she gets the nomination. This changes the debate from server scandals, bad Iraqi war decisions, and her marriage, to a topic where she is strong.

9. Enemies of the Clintons have, in the past, accused them of killing people for political gain. Let’s label those accusations conspiracy theories.

Science tells us that people are more motivated by fear of losing than the prospect of gaining something new. Clinton supporters will fear losing court-driven gains for women and minorities. Republicans will be driven by a more general incentive to have a conservative court and maybe someday pick away at abortion rights. Conservative incentives are probably not equal in power to the fear that Clinton’s supporters experience when they think about what they could lose. I think the opening in the Supreme Court will motivate Democrats more than Republicans.

If we are talking about ISIS, immigration, trade policies, and the economy, the spotlight swings automatically to Trump. But changing the focus to domestic issues and the Supreme Court plays to Clinton’s strength in the campaign. Advantage: Clinton.

Just to be clear, I don’t believe that Hillary Clinton, the Illuminati, or the Military-Industrial Complex killed Scalia. I think he died of natural causes. 

I also think Scalia had a great sense of humor and a quick mind. So my hypothesis is that in his final seconds of life, realizing he would not survive, he thought it would be hilarious to put a pillow over his head and make it look like a political murder. 

That’s dumb, you say. But keep in mind that the next-best hypothesis is that he had a heart attack and so – needing both medical assistance and oxygen – he decided to put a pillow over his head.