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Riots, lockdowns and snitching

Riots, lockdowns and snitching

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Coffee Breath Conversations:

Hey, everyone. Welcome back to Coffee Breath Conversations. I'm your host, Russell Barton. And today's episode is a weekend roundup that was recorded yesterday, November 30 2020. Basically covering some stuff happening around the world. And a few things happening in Canada. I co hosted with the host, Tony from cool explorations. We've been working together and hosting a few episodes, I suggest you check him out on YouTube, he'll give a further introduction inside the podcast itself. So without further ado, let's get started. Hello, everyone. Welcome

Unknown:

back to another episode today that we have Russell Barton on again today Coffee Breath Conversations gave him a little follow on his podcast. He's on both Spotify and iTunes, I was managed to find both of his this last time and was able to tag them in there. So I'll try and do that again with this one here. My memory is not great. So if I do forget, Russell just taught me a little I am. And I'll do that. So yeah, I'll tag all your little social media on there as well get get your followers go into because yeah, this has been a great partnership. so far. Got some great conversation. Today, we're going to be doing a weekend Roundup. So there's been another crazy weekend, I thought last weekend was crazy. But this weekend has been pretty crazy as well. So now that I'm feeling a little bit better here, we're going to get rolling on this, we're going to touch a little bit on the US tiny little bit in the world and then focus heavily on Canadian stuff, because there's a lot that went on in Canada this weekend here in terms of breaches of constitution and people's rights being stomped on. So first one that I myself was looking at was the FBI is now launching an investigation into the election fraud calls in the US, particularly Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania, those areas are kind of going to be their main focus for these investigation. It sounds like but nice to see the FBI is finally stepping up and actually doing something about all of this, because it's just been kind of ridiculous. What's all been going on and what they've been gotten away with down there as well, the voting machines down there have been confiscated from Michigan because they were going to wipe those machines. And like we were talking about before there was a court order that had to be put in place to specifically stop that from happening. And their excuse was, of course, we're prepping for for the January when they have more election stuff there that they want to use them in. And so they were going to wipe them for that, even though it's two months before that vote actually is taking place. So that was a pretty lame excuse. An easy one to see through. So I'm very happy to see that, you know, that judges are actually going to step in in terms of that and put an end to that, as well. Audio messages went around urging people to stay home during the election, which is tampering. So I'm not 100% sure, because they haven't really revealed exactly which side that was targeting. But one can assume it was a republican people that, you know, that was the main target and focus of those kind of things. But you know, it's it without proof, we'll just let the FBI do their job because they're finally actually doing something. So I was happy to see that. Another one down in the States. That was was another big one. Again, has to do with with a lot of this election stuff that's going on there. Michael Flynn got the pardon, which is something that I think is awesome. Some people are saying how the size of the election is that maybe Trump is realizing he's he's on the outs and so he's prepping for being on the outs. I don't necessarily think that's exactly what his reasoning is. I think he was gonna do it either way. Because Trump is not a quitter, I think he's just going to fight tooth and nail until the deadline and try and draw it into the courts. So I don't think the Michael Flynn thing really ties in with that too too much. But I think he definitely wanted to get that done just in case. So I like i said i think he was going to do that either way and it definitely needed to happen because because what happened to microphone was was atrocious, it was absolutely despicable. And then another one that we were going to touch on I'll let Russell to talk on this a little bit is the the Paris was what was going on in Paris this weekend was kind of crazy as well. You've kind of been talking a little bit about that. So I'll let you take that away, Russell.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Yeah. Just really quick. Just on just to go back just to the machines really quick, you know, oh, yeah, we went through, we went through a stage where we were told the election was fair, there was no voter fraud. Now, we're being told that it was mostly fair, and there was almost no voter fraud. So the narrative is starting to change. And the gas lighting is starting to let off a little bit in regards to those machines. That I mean, the electoral colleges haven't even voted yet. So it, it's it's pretty premature to be doing something like that when, when it can still be challenged in court. And for everyone saying it's unprecedented. George W. Bush, and His name's escaping me Al Gore. Yep. I mean, that went on that went on till mid December. So there's still plenty of time for things to be investigated. And I think, given mail and voting is so new for the United States. any possible voter fraud should be investigated. And if it ends up with Joe Biden winning a whatever, that's, that's how the cookie crumbles. That's democracy and a republic.

Unknown:

I actually think that might be better for the republicans in the in the long run, because I think the democrats will eat themselves alive. And I think that people will realize the mistake they've made, I think people are already cluing into the mistake that they made. So I think if Biden gets in, people are really gonna

Coffee Breath Conversations:

really, really gonna

Unknown:

have some eye opening moments. And I think it'll lead to a huge landslide. come next election.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Could I still think I don't, I don't think Trump's gonna get I think he's on the outs. As for as for General Flynn, I mean, that's a good first one. Talk to me when Julian Assange and Edward Snowden are pardon to I would like to see that.

Unknown:

Definitely. I think if Trump definitely loses, I think that's going to happen. I, I'm, I'd say 90% sure that, that that's what's going to happen. I think Trump will just light the fires and be like, nope, we're going pardon crazy. try and stop me.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Those two, those two would definitely be ones if, you know, not saying that I'm going to stay asleep while while General Flynn gets exonerated but talk to me again when Assange and Snowden get exonerated and we'll see what I have to say then

Unknown:

I think that needs to happen for sure.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Now in regards to Paris so basically Paris's while they have a ride every other day in Paris, it seems it's been going on for years and years. But there's some anti lockdown kind of protests going on. stuff about mass stuff about government overreach, and about you know, the economy and the value of the money and France and workers rights and that which is tied right kind of back into the yellow vest movement and such. And they were there was a video that came out of police were laying a pretty dirty beat down on a on a black individual and using some explicit divs over the weekend, and it seems like the BLM movements kind of joined in with the anti lockdown movement and there's a lot of rage on kind of both sides there that's kind of joined together and I mean, I've been watching videos and they're they're burning stuff down the the police have absolutely no control there. There's riot police everywhere, but there's so many people they they're not even really controlling anything. They're kind of just running around trying to push people back where they can and for an it looks like they burnt the central bank down completely in, in Paris. So

Unknown:

yeah, you don't push people to that to the wall so much before they come back swing in and that's what we're seeing people are at their breaking points. Yeah,

Coffee Breath Conversations:

it's too bad. It's too bad. Oh, yeah. And there was a very quickly there is a new article that came out just earlier today saying that China might downplay the Coronavirus numbers. Big surprise.

Unknown:

Yeah, shocker. Yeah, so the Paris unrest definitely ties in with what we're starting to see more in Canada here now. And some of the different things we saw going on in Canada this past weekend here. I'll start with them starting to target more church groups. That seems to be a huge focus for a lot of these people who are pointing fingers and trying and I know there has been some church groups that have done some actions that they definitely shouldn't have in Saskatchewan. Especially, we saw some people large, large gatherings of churchgoers that just kind of broke the rules and no social distancing at all, they just went kind of nuts with that and ended up infecting a whole bunch of people, which is something we need to avoid. And as a churchgoer, myself, it's something that our church has made sure, we are following lockdown orders and all the mandates and stuff that are going down. We've just been trying to be very respectful about all of that and respecting the virus because you can refute where the virus is all coming from and debate all that all you want. But at the end of the day, the virus exists, it's here. Are they overreacting? In some cases? Yes, but it's here. So we need to respect that. And I always say this, I don't envy these lawmakers, or the government's trying to come up with solutions for this, because it's a matter of trying to balance our economy with the respecting the virus. So it's a balance of the two.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

I mean, I agree, Tony, in some ways, you know, Canada has a Center for Disease Control. And I don't know what the heck they've been doing for the last few years. Because we really haven't heard much from them. And it really seems like over the last few years, before this virus hit, we've just been kind of shuffling around in the dark. And then this happens, and no one seems to know what to do. It's everyone's saying it's brand new territory. Now. I've been I've seen disasters at moderate to high level kind of seen what responses from the government and that, and I just can't believe when there's nothing going on why they're not doing more tabletop exercises, by why they're not ensuring that they have partnerships set up for all sorts of different things. It's it's a big failure. And I think it deserves to be investigated by our federal parliament, because someone dropped the ball somewhere. We have entire agencies that we pay people to keep us prepared for these types of disasters. And that being said, personal responsibility, it's also our responsibility be personally prepared as well.

Unknown:

Well, and yeah, to be responsible. But I know, before I get back to the church, I know we've been hearing so much from the conservatives, and even the NDP pointing fingers to the liberals, because they've completely dropped the ball. In terms of us being now at the back of the line for these to 2.2 billion people are ahead of us for vaccines, which I myself don't plan on taking one right away, I want to see kind of what the reactions and everything are going to be to the virus or the vaccine before I go and take one. But we're way at the back. And that for a country like ours, that is blows my mind that we can be behind 2.2 billion people in getting this vaccine when I know why.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Because we tried to make a deal with China first. Yep. And we only turn to I can't say it fitzer and modernize after, after what happened with China kind of fell through I mean, the National Post was talking about it yesterday a little bit. Just, you know, I don't know why we want to work with a country that does genocide, a country that lies manipulates a country that has a that's been slowly using state sponsored private companies to purchase American or non American Canadian land and Canadian industry. I, I don't know why we feel that we have to work with them so much.

Unknown:

Yeah, they have. They have no morals at all. They don't hesitate to stab people in the back. They don't care whatsoever. It's it's whatever is best for their communist regime. That's what they do. The other thing that I know they've been harping on is the fact that you know, so many countries already had these at home tests that are pretty quick to tell you whether or not you actually have the virus. And same with the rapid testing. You know, all of that is being pushed on by the conservatives and the NDP because the liberals have completely dropped the ball and they just keep using this. The same line, no matter What they're there is brought to their attention. The liberals keep saying, right from the beginning, we have put the people first and the needs of the people first, even though that is complete Bs, they have in no way put the people first in terms of any of this stuff. So I can understand why. Yeah, exactly. So I can understand why the NDP and the conservatives are pushing on that so much, because the liberals have dropped the ball and they're not willing to answer any, any questions for it. It's always somebody else's fault. Somehow this falls back on Harper again,

Coffee Breath Conversations:

and I gotta kill Harper in 2021. Stop Harper.

Unknown:

Yeah, yeah. Yeah, it's it's absolutely stupid. It's like, Who's in charge, and who's been in charge the past five years, take some ownership, grow a backbone, start actually owning up to some mistakes, people would respect you a lot more. And they'll be more willing to accept your mistakes, if you own up to them. And you don't stop making excuses. Say, I screwed up. This is how we're going to change. That's what needs to happen. And it hasn't so good on the conservatives and the NDP keep pushing on even the block back cause been all over them. So you know, good on them. may not always agree with all these people. But

Coffee Breath Conversations:

it's got a hole. We'll see how the NDP votes on anything coming coming up, though. Because the other Yeah, they say they're, they're gonna hold people accountable, because they technically are the deciding factor for a lot of these things. But I, I highly doubt when it comes to the actual voting regime that they're gonna not vote in line with. With the party. So yeah,

Unknown:

that Oh, exactly. And I respect Angus greatly on the NDP, one of the few NDP people actually do a spec. But he needs to learn to tell seeing where to shove it sometimes. Because I think if Angus were to stand up, I think we'd see a lot more NDP people actually standing up and you get gaining a backbone because Singh has no backbone. He's just gonna keep giving into Trudeau and because he doesn't have any money for another election. I think Angus doesn't care. Angus is just like, No, I want for what's best for my constituents. So he needs to start actually, instead of just preaching that during these ethics committees. He needs to start actually taking some ownership of the party and being like, no, this is what my constituents wants. This is how I'm voting and not just spouting it. In ethics and, and finance committees and stuff, they need to actually stand up for further people. And going back to the churches, we see in Stein back this weekend, the police were blocking people from attending a drive up church service. So not even a church service where they're getting out of their cars. They're just there. So there's like, very minimal chance of transmission between people with that kind of thing.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

And how they did it was really sneaky, too, because the church service itself was being held on private property which the police have no jurisdiction on unless they need to go in for for some specific reason. There's a specific crime being committed, and more likely indictable offense over a summary can crime as well. So what they did is they blocked the public access road that leads on to the private property, which is a questionable move on itself. I don't know how the virus is going, going to travel from car to car. But, uh, I mean, I guess, crazier things have happened. I don't know. I don't know what the reasoning is behind it. It makes no sense. You know, getting back what you're saying about, you know, these church services. I keep hearing again, I'm not a churchgoer, myself, that doesn't matter. I keep hearing about these churches and how they're all super spreader events, because people are singing. God forbid people sing, right? Yeah. And I say, Okay, okay, if we're gonna use that line of reasoning, okay. Now do the months of protests. Do the months of protest do months of protests where people were screaming at the top of their lungs? chanting. Okay, shoulder to shoulder Oh, well, they were they were wearing masks. Apparently, according to the mass work or they don't work. It all depends on the situation depending on the situation mass work, or they don't work it's it's it there seems to be an uneven application of the rules. So protests are okay. Walmart's Okay, Costco is okay. All these different places no socialism. distancing no way to enforce mass mandates, all that sort of thing. That's all okay. But people enjoying spirituality. Nope, super spreader events. And really what we're seeing in Canada is very reminiscent of what's going on in New York right now, where the police are, they actually, the courts actually ruled that the police couldn't just enter into synagogues anymore to see if people were congregating too close and stuff like that. So now we

Unknown:

can look in Windows.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Yes, yeah. So So I saw the videos, and it was the police and you're using these cameras on sticks to look through windows? And for whatever reason, they really seem to not like synagogues in New York. I don't know why. I don't know why they why they have such an obsession with going after the the Jewish people the I can't pronounce a yet halsy I think

Unknown:

I would really like to know what's what's behind comos reasoning for all of that, because there can't be anything legal to what he's doing. It's just a clear attack on Jews. And you have to be careful with that. Because use you can only push people so far. And you know, even back if you read the Bible at all, the Jews could only get pushed so far before they they would rise up and they would start causing issues. And well, what are you going to see in New York, you're going to push them so far, and then they're going to get that new yorker attitude? And they're going to be like, here's a finger take it and shove it like Yeah,

Coffee Breath Conversations:

well, and unfortunately was done some Bolden the anti Semites as well, to because you got people private citizens going around filming people in traditional Jewish attire, that might not be wearing a mask, and they're trying to humiliate them in public. And it's, it's really emboldened those types of people, and then tying it back to Canada. So chilliwack yesterday. So Georgina Smith, CBC reporter, staked out her vehicle outside of a local church and counted people leaving the church and reported it and was talking about the RCMP and other churches. I don't know if she called the cops on this church or not. But Pardon me. It's scary, because it's very obvious. It's reporting on your neighbors reporting on the church, like here's a media company, staked out side of a church, and then going there and they saying, unfortunately, both religious leaders declined to speak with us on camera. Well, why would they speak with you on camera, you're humiliating them.

Unknown:

And they know you're going to report that away.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

What is interesting is that they, it didn't go the way they thought it was going to go. So Georgina posted a clip on Twitter. I think she thought it was gonna go one way. And then she learned about the ratio and the ratio definitely was just comment after comment. And it was just, you know, you did the right thing it was they had some Hitler means in there, they had some Stalin means and they're reporting on people and yeah, it's it really does kind of Lin Lenin said like the media isn't there to to be the the arm of the state for exposing people not social distancing or gathering and they're supposed to report the news.

Unknown:

And don't you know, CVC sounds for communist broadcasting crap.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

I've heard it before. It's just it's it's very sad. I don't think it gives them any credibility when they do something like that. It there's appropriate ways to go about things. And I don't think that that that's an appropriate way to go about it. When you're just simply sit sitting out places, and especially churches. You know, it seems to be in Canada, there's a lot of focused on Christian based gatherings as well.

Unknown:

And why don't you focus on some of these bars that are definitely not following these guidelines, either. So why don't you take out a bar and sit outside the bar, see how that goes for you. Or a biker bar, they guarantee you the biker bars I'm falling in either. Well,

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Burnaby BC, I had a video earlier up, but then they actually the the person that had the video deleted, I don't know why. Maybe they got pressure or whatnot. And it was a restaurant. And the police came into the restaurant. And they were checking people's IDs to see if they're from the same household because you're not supposed to go on table either.

Unknown:

saw the video of two people sitting at a table.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Yes. That was that was the that was the same video. And there's three cops in there. There's other people in there. They're checking everyone's IDs. And again, what is the reason for checking people's IDs Papers, Please like what is this is absolutely an overstep of authority. It's a misuse of authority. People have the right to go out to a private establishment if they want, following the guidelines imposed by the by the province and enjoy a nice meal. I mean, it's good enough for our politicians, Drew Wilkins, Windsor, Ontario, he was out with a whole group of friends no mass, no social distancing all them drinking alcohol, because remember serving alcohol past 11 apparently that's when Coronavirus comes out to get people so especially if there's alcohol involved. Don't ask me why they you know, they're trying to say well, because when people consume alcohol, they, they sing and they dance and they're more they're not more likely not to follow rules and stuff like that.

Unknown:

I'm not up to the one rebel news the reporter the one lady in Ontario.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Which which one Sheila?

Unknown:

Nope, not sure we're gonna read she's in Calgary. Off What's her name? Anyway, she has curly hair, brown, brown hair, but she went into a mall because there was reports that the mall was enforcing mass mandates, but was not giving people was not allowing them exemptions. Because under the law, with the mass mandates, if you have a medical exemption, they cannot ask you for medical what your medical exemption is or to prove provide proof. But they weren't giving people a chance. If they as long as they were not wearing a mask there. They were just throwing them out. Even though it's typically on the Ontario Health website. It's states on it that no one can be turned away from service. If they have a massive medical exemption for mouth square. Well, then she went in afterwards. And the security guard was writing her up for trespassing, even though he never once in the whole video asked her to leave. Never once did he ask her to leave. But then he called the police on her. And she's like, what, what am I the police? What are you here for? And they're like, well, for trespassing. She's a kid like he never asked me to leave. Well, in the end of In the end, he ended up admitting he never ended up asking her to leave. But then she asked them. Why are you guys enforcing the mask mandates but not allowing for medical exemptions? Why are you deciding that? Well, they wouldn't answer that question. I told her you have to talk to the health to the health authority for that. Well, then she called them and then they couldn't give her an answer. They told her they end up saying told her send an email. So she sent an email several emails to different people and called several different people. And they all told her well, you have to talk to the government for that. Well, then she talked to government, the government sent an email back saying you have to talk to health authority for this stuff. And she's like, so who has the answers? She's like, if I'm a reporter, and I can't get answers, how can anybody else know what to do with this kind of stuff? We need answers. And I hopefully in Saskatchewan, we wouldn't get that run around. But you know, I guess your answer, stay home, save lives. shop on Amazon. Make the rich get richer. Yeah,

Coffee Breath Conversations:

yeah. Don't go to small small stores or anything like that. Just a quick side note, security guard writes you a trespass notice, might as well throw it on the grounds worth absolutely nothing. If they tell you leave the property, you do have to leave the property under the trespass notice act. If you're in Ontario, at least, yes, yes, you have to leave the property. But if they try to give you any type of form that says you can't come back or something like that. It's not even worth the paper it's printed on. However, if you receive a letter from the corporate office of the company that they represent, not like Garda or Paladin or secure toss or anything like that, but if, let's say they're guarding, I don't know, a Walmart and they tell you to leave well, you do have to leave. And if you get a letter from Walmart's corporate division banning you from the property, then you are banned from the property and you have to go to court to find it. But if they try to rate you up one of those little trust passings, you can't come back. It's not even worth the paper it's printed on. I will say

Unknown:

that kind of brings us back to the atoms and barbecue incident. There was more developments since the video that you did we won't touch on this hugely just because you did already deal with some of this in your life in the last video that you did for me. This barbecue owner first of all was arrested But they brought over 50 police there to deal with this when they wouldn't do that for any of the rallies for Black Lives Matter, or anti for any of those groups, there was not that kind of police presence. 50 of them blocked people from going in. And the other thing they did that they did not have a right to do was to change his locks and board up his windows, they did not have the right to do that. That actually goes against a lot of the business operation regulations, but

Coffee Breath Conversations:

what built a fence around his property to

Unknown:

Yeah, yeah, they did. And it ended up actually escalating things more than what would have been if they had just kind of written him a fine and kind of let things go from there. But to arrest him just kind of try and make an example of him actually escalated things, and actually activated more right wing people then have been activated in the past. But then they went and they actually find several people, not just at that one, but there is a Queen's Park one and Victoria Park one, both around that same area. And the one that they did, they picked out the leaders which the three women which makes sense that they would do that. Then they also went to the home of a pastor who is just preaching at it, he wasn't actually instigating things he was more preaching is what he was more doing. And he he's done this at many different things before and never had any issues. But they actually went in, they find him and they summoned him to court, which if he doesn't appear in court, you can be arrested. And not only that, but they also targeted someone that I think was a major, major mistake for them to be targeting. And that is MPP Hillier, a member of the Ontario Provincial parliament. That was a big error, I think in their part to target a member of the they're part of their legislature, their parliament, because now that is specifically showing which side these police are on whose orders they're following. And so I think it's actually going to activate more people and it's going to get Hillier because Hillier has a pretty big following. And it's going to get activate his crowd. And even if he doesn't want them back activate, it's going to activate them. And I think it's going to cause the police in Ontario far more difficulties than what they were counting on. And for them to be issuing him a court summons as well, I think was another huge error on their part, because now that's going to bring it into the public spotlight more so.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Well, another thing that had highlighted was they were saying that for Adam to be released from custody, he had to take a COVID test. So if you refuse the COVID test, they were going to hold him against his will in isolation until the 14 day quarantine passed,

Unknown:

which again, they don't like to do, which is

Coffee Breath Conversations:

is absolutely insane. You know, we talked about this on a much earlier episode kind of, you know, the concept of COVID camps and holding people against their will. I mean, the Nuremberg trials, brought out specific regulations against medical testing and jailing people and using using medical reasons to hold people in jail. I mean, we don't do that for we don't do that for prisoners in Canada. We don't just hold them in jail because of some medical thing if they're to be released or to be released. But we're gonna do it over over this, or someone who's accused, again, he hasn't even seen his day in court. He's just accused of these of these crimes. And just a very briefly Thai Prime Minister in New Zealand, was saying that people that don't get the COVID vaccine would be held against their will 14 days and then they still didn't decide not to get the vaccine. They'd hold them. They continually hold them. And she thought it was funny. It was a big joke. videos online if people want to check it out. scary stuff.

Unknown:

Yeah, then people aren't going to tolerate that for too long. No. final point that I myself want to touch on is a big thing. That was another scandal for Trudeau. That happened this weekend is he was supposed to have a phone conversation without tool. The leader of the Conservative Party for those who aren't aware And the problem is, he released a transcript of this conversation. But the conversation had not happened yet. So, as a result, Trudeau had in transcript how he was raking O'Toole over the coals, and he was correcting him and making him seem as if, as if he was just not not for COVID regulations. And not for this, not for that. But the conversation hadn't even happened yet. So he can't accuse a tool of that yet. And release a transcript of a conversation hasn't happened unless he can time travel. And I mean, who knows, maybe he can time travel. But Michelle rempel. And as well as his second and O'Toole Secretary had both been with him at the time that this transcript was released. So they they could attest to the fact that had not happened yet, because they were sitting there waiting for this conversation to start at 515. And the transcript was released at least an hour before that phone conversation even took place. Whoops. Yep. Yes. Handle,

Coffee Breath Conversations:

not a plot to a what's not a plot to a James Bond movie Die Another Day.

Unknown:

Maybe I haven't seen that a long time. But

Coffee Breath Conversations:

I think that's the one where the bad guy actually has the news printed out the day before. And then they go and cause the, the problem or the incident, and then they get to be the first ones to release the news before anyone else. And they're like a multinational media conglomerate. kind of similar to that. Yeah.

Unknown:

Yeah, I thought that was I thought it was kind of hilarious. And my wife actually brought that to my attention. She doesn't follow politics much. And I'm just like, that is hilarious. Only Trudeau could be that stupid. Like, just absolutely. Mind blowing, that you could make an error like that. If he even if he'd released it afterwards. You don't think that? Michelle rempel and O'Toole record those conversations, like, Don't think they'd have their own transcripts that they could release to refute with you'd released

Coffee Breath Conversations:

like, me, maybe not, I mean, look at if Jodi, Jodi raybould hadn't recorded that conversation. I think that whole scandal would have turned out way differently. And and yeah, so. I mean, it's, it's too bad. It's too bad. So much for transparency. Yeah. Well, I

Unknown:

was thinking that that opens Trudeau up to defamation of character lawsuits right there. And good luck shaking that one, when you've got that kind of proof that's right out there in the media and everything. I mean, I definitely follow that. Nothing, no, nothing. Well, like, it's so cool. I want to shake the boat.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

No, wrong. And there's, there's one, there's one rule for them one rule for us, right? So it's different. When when the elites do it, they get they get to make an apology. If they do something really bad, they go on Oprah and they get Oprah as blessing and then all is forgiven and they can move back into their careers and stuff.

Unknown:

Oprah the woman who believes whatever it is the person who's on her show beliefs no matter what religion they are, no matter what faith they are. That's what she believes whatever they believe. So yeah, I my mom stopped watching her a while back just because she got sick and tired of listening to she put up with it for a while. And then she's like, no, she's just becoming way too wishy washy, like she doesn't, doesn't actually believe anything. And I'm like, my wife and I tried watching the Kelly Clarkson show for a bit too. And Kelly Clarkson is exact same way. It's Oh, I love that. I love you. And it's everything is that no matter what, it's whatever the person on the show is, is saying she believes that. It's like, No, you can have a different opinion and the person that that's on your show, you don't always have to agree with everybody. Like,

Coffee Breath Conversations:

the NPCs have to all agree with each other.

Unknown:

Yeah, yeah. I gotta go ahead. No, I was just gonna ask if there's anything else you wanted to bring up.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

So really quick before we wrap up, because I know we don't want to go too long here. So Hamilton, released a public notice public health. in quotation marks at the bottom of their statistics, it says total cases include both confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 related deaths. Then it also says this measure refers to the number of covid 19 cases who died, deaths are included whether or not COVID-19 was determined to be contributing or underlying cause of death. So the the note will just make the numbers add up. However, we need to make the numbers out up apparently.

Unknown:

Surprise me.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

And then really, really quick And unfortunately, I got this source. Someone sent me this link. And unfortunately, it's from someone I don't particularly like, but just because I don't like them doesn't mean they can't be right. And it's from faith, Goldie, and not really big fan of faith, Goldie. But uh, the Alberta in Alberta. fines for breaking COVID rules can be 1000 to $100,000. Wow. And they've deputized more than 700 peace officers to have the same authority to enforce public health orders If required, above and beyond those that are there. So they're just, they're just adding to the list? No. Now for longest time, police and health information were kind of a little they they didn't necessarily always go hand in hand, because your health information is supposed to be even more private than anything else. So even, you know, police can only access health information based on need to know basis. So if they didn't need to know, then they then they weren't told about your health information. So like, my driver's license, or wife keeps getting pulled over in case I'm driving because I seizures I'm not allowed to drive. Oh, well, yeah, like I mean, so in some cases, they need to know in some cases they don't, and not. Now, what's really interesting is that the chief doctor for the province says to stop subjugating enforcement officers to abuse please stop doing that. Now, what's really interesting faith groups, enhanced areas, masking is required at all times in those settings, speakers can take mass off, provide their distancing, and must put them back on after speaking. Okay. That whatever I mean, that that's regulation, here's the thing, group study or faith sessions in private residences are part of the temporary ban. Well, how would they know? It's on private property?

Unknown:

Mm hmm. And you have no right to on public property to check either.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Yeah, I mean, that's not a reason to that's not a reason to infringe on someone's right to privacy,

Unknown:

a business, they have a right to actually go in there. Even though we may disagree with it, they do have a right, because businesses don't have the same protections as what private residences do.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

Yeah, so that's pretty much all I got. It's, it's scary. Because earlier on in the year, the conspiracy theorists out there were talking and I think maybe we'll save it for a different one, you know, the vaccine passports, and that is really starting to come up a lot. And I remember earlier on this year, that was a conspiracy. And we, we made fun of those people I didn't but people were making fun of those people saying that would never happen. It's like things that we used to believe for years that eventually came true, like Alex Jones talking about pedophile rings and high levels of government that everyone laughed at him and said that he was a fraud, and then turned out it was real. And then that took years and years. Well, now it's like someone says a conspiracy, or they're gonna make you have a vaccine passport. And everyone laughed it off. And now literally, people are saying, Oh, we should follow China's example and have a QR code passport with your vaccines on them for private companies, private companies to view so

Unknown:

well, the new one is needing a microchip in order to go into Australia. I guess it's not really new. It's been around for years, but it's coming more and more likely that that's what's going to be happening. And I actually have no doubt that it's going to be down the road here. How far away? I don't know. I'm not, I can't see the future. But I definitely have no doubt in my mind that that that's coming, that we're gonna have to have microchips in our stores, make purchases, any of that. What do you think is gonna be part of that microchip? Your vaccine information is all going to be on there? Of course. Oh, yeah. Yeah. But yeah, we can talk a lot more about that kind of stuff. Another episode here. So thanks for coming on. Again, Russell. And thanks, everybody for watching. Really appreciate it. Thanks, Tony.

Coffee Breath Conversations:

I really appreciate that. You trusted me enough to cover for you over over the weekend. And that for your other episode. I really appreciate it. And the episode actually generates some pretty good feedback on your YouTube channel. So yeah, they appreciate that.

Unknown:

I asked for feedback on those. Thanks, everybody for giving that feedback. I really do appreciate that. So yeah, catch you guys on another episode here. Thanks for watching.