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America's Hat Trick: Virginia, New Jersey, and Rittenhouse send shockwaves through the left.


America's hat trick three months later, Virginia, New Jersey and Rittenhouse continue to lead the left scrambling for a new plan. As they realize America's not buying what they're selling, you're listening to the last gay conservative. I'm your host Chad law


Hello, everybody. This is Chad law, the last gay conservative. I might not be the last one per se, but I'm definitely watching a lot of my colleagues get picked off left and right. A buddy of mine, we were at dinner the other night. And he says, you know, you always say you can't be canceled. What makes you different than anybody else? There's a lot of people that have more money, more power, and they're getting canceled? And my answer is always I don't have anything to lose. There's nothing you know, for them to go after family, relatives, money power. I'm just a crazy guy who wants to continue to ruffle feathers in order to have the left mob thrown off their game so much that they can't continue to do any of their what they would call meaningful work,


what I would call socialism building. So part of what I do is really making sure that I'm always keeping the mob around me in a frenzy. That's one of the reasons why I joined the podcast, because when they're in a frenzy like that, not only do their true colors come out, but they're also distracted from doing some of the major damage that they're looking to do. So if they need me as a gay man, as a conservative and as a non victim to keep themselves flipped out. And it's not just me it's other minority groups as well. People that pop out of other minority groups. I know Candace Owens, for example, just being a black woman who's extremely brilliant and conservative, just keeps them wacky. They can't stand it. When anyone breaks free from the chains of their segregation, and their propaganda to make people in these minority groups like the LGBTQ community, the black community, the Latino community, in their camp. That's how they do it. It's not fair. But life isn't fair. So people like me, in Kansas and all over the country, if we can continue to just disrupt their narrative and their agenda, it just interests us forward to be able to block some of the ridiculousness that they're trying to pitch. Crazy enough, November was three months ago, which is insane. But November was a really big deal for America, because we had three huge wins, and sent three massive messages to the left, and said, This isn't what we signed up for. This isn't why we voted for Biden, we don't want this extreme socialist or borderline socialist legislation that's going to change the way America has operated. Since we were all children. And for our children and our children's children, it's not easy to get Americans to embrace radical change, because so many of us have experienced success based on the way America was founded. So you'll be hard pressed to find people in the middle, upper middle, and upper class to embrace some of these radical changes, because how the US was when we grew up, and when we worked and became successful worked for us. So why would we want to change something that's already a great system for people who work hard, put the time in and can be rewarded? You know, I think one of those things that we have to remember is that the US really is the only country left in the world. And I've been everywhere, we are really the only country left in the world where you can start with $20 and have a million dollars in the bank in a short amount of time. If you work hard, you continually come up with creative and good ideas. And it works because of this sort of perfect combination that our founding fathers created that has mutated, I think for the worst. But it's all about incentivizing people, limited government oversight, which if you notice, whenever we add government oversight, our economy is affected significantly, in a very negative way. And lastly, a financial system where you can borrow based on different things, borrow against your house, pull cash, someone told me, they pulled cash out of their car the other day, but you can borrow based on equity, which you can't do in a lot of places. And so I think those sort of three aspects continue to keep this country going through innovation, we would have already failed. If we didn't innovate our way out of crisis. You know, I have to remind everyone that the on demand economy did not exist 10 years ago, actually, we might be coming up on 10 years. But I think you get my point is that, as Americans, because of the capitalist system that we have, we're constantly able to innovate ourselves out of the hole, which can't be said for really any other countries in the world. So as we create new economies, new products, we can hope that whenever we're in a downturn, we're going to fix it through innovation, because we're certainly not fixing it through taxing the wealthy The most important thing to the US success story is incentivization for everyone to become super wealthy, Jeff Bezos, a perfect example, he didn't come from a lot of money, he had a good idea he worked his ass off and made the right choices, you know, his company exploded. That could never happen anywhere, but the US. But for some reason, the left insists on vilifying these people for using the American system, as it should be the free market as it should be in order to be successful. And the second you start distributing wealth, and the second you start capping and taxing at the top, the second, you lose that incentive for people that are just starting out to grow to be that wealthy, why would you work hard to become a billionaire, if 25% of that is going to be taken off the top, the billionaires tax or whatever they want to have, significant amount of that is going to be taken off the top. So why not just work right below that. So you don't hit the tax bracket, and you essentially have the same amount of money. Again, this is just my sort of wild opinion. I don't think it's that wild. But this is my opinion of how people would react as we start chipping away at the incentive of the free market capitalist country that we have. And the whole thing would collapse. It's a perfect balance. And every time we've screwed with it, we've gotten screwed. And that's what we're talking about today. So before I get too, into the free market in a capitalist economy, you know, it's so important to look at the timing of how all of this happened. So President Trump's in office, loses the election to President Biden. And it's pretty disappointing, because we all knew everyone in the country. And I don't mean to speak in generalities. But the majority of the country during Trump's presidency was doing well financially. They had more money in the bank, we were safer in regards to the military and the international community. There was peace deals happening in the Middle East. Everything we could have asked for was being done within the four years that Trump took office. And he took his promises very seriously. The issue is that the media created so much drama around President Trump because he wasn't an insider and didn't give them what they wanted. That when people turned on the news, all they saw was negative, negative negative tweet this tweet that about President Trump. So it's my opinion. And now a lot of polls are saying the same thing, that people weren't unhappy with him as a president. People were unhappy with him as a person, or what was construed as him as a person by the media.


And so here comes President Biden, and he's being pitched. I mean, the only reason why the guy was tapped for president by the DNC is because they knew someone like Kamala, which we know is a total failure as vice president, but someone like Kamala, someone like Bernie Sanders would just not be accepted by the majority of Americans. So they needed someone who represented a democratic middle ground. I always say that Clinton Democrats, Bill Clinton was a Democrat. However, he did a lot of things in office, that could be construed as either nonpartisan or a little leaning towards the right, as far as the economy is concerned. So people were excited that they had the opportunity to have another sort of Clinton Democrat in office. And what happened was,


they got Castro instead of Clinton. This guy is so extreme, but played it off so well, because let's face it, we really didn't get to know him as vice president for Obama. He was Obama's whipping boy. And the only thing he did was kiss baby, shake hands, and hug people creepily and smell their hair. He didn't have to do anything, as Vice President Obama was the star of the show 24/7. And Joe got to sit back and just enjoy the fruits of Obama's labor. So he gets an office, we're thinking he's just, you know, this middle ground person. However, we have to understand that AOC was on his campaign board consulting board, if you will, to represent the environment, Bernie for the economy. And so he had some of the most extreme Democrats. If there was a socialist box, they would check it. They're all, you know, self proclaimed socialists. But you had this middle ground Democrat that was surrounded by extreme Democrats. And nobody really knew who his advisors were. And everything was very, he was very sheltered by the media, and by the other Democrat candidates. And so it wasn't until he got his claws in to the US as our president that we realized, oh, wow, this is way worse than we thought. And several, a huge majority of people who voted for him said, this isn't what I signed up for. Gas prices immediately skyrocketed. Inflation kicked in, shelves in the grocery stores were empty. And all of this was done on purpose to manipulate the market, which we'll talk about a little bit more. But the real thing was, what he supported to come next, and what blue state governors and mayor's started to do, and congressmen and senators started to do after Biden got elected. They knew he was extreme. America didn't know that he was an extreme liberal. He was part of the mob. So I mean, they just fooled everybody. So once he got in the liberals and the mob, and then all the Democrats were super excited. You know, I can just imagine them thinking, Oh, wow, America's finally on our side, we're ready to go the windows open, let's push some of this stuff through while we have the opportunity. I think even Pelosi said this is going to be our one and only opportunity to use this amount of spending for our benefit for our agenda, which is disgusting. But essentially, what happened in a matter of months is everything that we liked about the country while Trump was in office went away very quickly. And so the Democrats took that opportunity to start sort of pushing out more of their radical agenda, and seeing how America would respond. They weren't trying to see it all. They assumed. And what's crazy is, I just have to wonder, like, Don't they have any analysts or data scientists that could go out and pull? Maybe because their egos are so fragile, the only people that they use to pull and analyze the market, aka the political landscape in the US are people that stroke their back and tell them how great they are. Because anyone with two IQ points could realize that you can't push Americans from A to Z in a matter of a few weeks or a month. It doesn't work. Americans progress with time, as generations die. And New Generations come forward. You can see that in the gay community. And unfortunately, things like Prop Eight and you know, with their rainbow flags in the Midwest and trying to push, push, push, push, push, you have to accept me, you have to accept me makes it worse, and we actually end up going backwards. But when people just chill out, and they begin to act as a positive example, for whatever rights or group there are protesting or pitching, if you will, it happens a lot faster. You know, it really does. So anyways, the Democrats are super overzealous, they have a false sense of confidence. And they wanted to strike while the iron thought, well, basically, they forgot. It doesn't happen like that. And that there's a lot of middle of the road Democrats that don't believe or pick up what they're putting down. And so we have these three events. We have the Virginia Governor tutorial election, gubernatorial election, we have the New Jersey gubernatorial election. And we have the Rittenhouse trial all in November. So everyone is watching the Virginia election with bated breath. This is a deep blue state that has been tearing down historical statues left and right has an insane governor who has pictures of him in blackface hanging out with someone dressed as a KKK member. And the guy is so extreme. I mean, you just can't even imagine kind of things that he's pitching. And so he's pushing for critical race theory. He's pushing for more restrictions in the classroom because of COVID. He's pushing for school boards having more authority than parents. And really the Virginia election just came down to education, critical race theory, parents rights and the management of COVID. That's basically what it came down to. I truly believe that young can one in Virginia, because he was pitching freedom of education for parents and parents involvement in their child's curriculum, it was very important. So education was one, the next one was COVID. Management.


I think that New Jersey having the worst or second to worst mortality rate because of COVID. And with some of the highest restrictions and mandates ever was really ready to move on and was really over hearing it from the politicians saying we're almost there, we're almost there. And then the next day, you have to have a proof of vaccine to go eat in a restaurant. And so we're watching Virginia, and then all of a sudden, I'm seeing like this guy. So really placing that wrong, who is truck driver, part of the New Jersey assembly, but no one that anyone really knew well, no name. And he's a no nonsense guy who's basically saying I want to lift all the restrictions. I want to manage this a lot better than we have, and want to make sure people have access to all the different treatments, not just vaccines. And we're going to get rid of all these closures. And what do you know, the guy almost won, he was up, up, up, up up, and then the mail in ballots came in. And all of a sudden, he loses a handful of votes. Say it's like 20,000 or maybe 80,000. I can't exactly remember. But my point is, is that this is the Hail Mary of elections, where the guy had little to no chance. She had a coin purse budget. But because he spoke common sense about COVID He just about became governor of New Jersey. And that deep blue pocket of the Northeast is almost penetrated. It's insane. So then we see that and we know the Democrats are like, Oh my God, this guy. Meanwhile, they're parading Obama around Biden around AOC around to talk to the bases and to push for their candidates. And it didn't matter. People like none of this matters. Obama Biden, they can say whatever they want, but what we're seeing right now and feeling right now is very real. We want to be able to hang out with our family, we want to be able to go to dinner and not worry about COVID. We want our kids to be able to go to school not looking like they're scrubbing in for brain surgery. It's ridiculous. And it showed that people on both sides of the aisle because you can't get that close in election or when that close of election with just one party. You know, it's not like,


I mean, every Republican came out to the polls and young can one, just with Republicans? Oh, no, there was a lot of flipping back to Republicans in certain counties in areas that voted for Biden. So it was a great way for us to realize that actually, people are not happy with what's going on. And with that agenda, when in my head, after Biden won, I thought there was a lot more Americans subscribed to that radical agenda than there were. So it was very, very exciting. It was a very exciting time. And it was crazy to see the issues that people are voting on and care about are so far away from the issues that the Democrats think are important that we have a big few elections coming up, midterms and presidential. And I think after thinking that, we would never stand a chance, if Trump didn't win, I think we have a big chance. And I think people are finally waking up to the fact that what they're signing up for, from how they see on TV and read in the newspapers isn't what they're getting. And so they're starting to take their own stance and become issue voters versus Democrat Party voters. They're not just going down and checking everybody on the ballot. And so one of the things that is so interesting to me around the country is that Democrats are still pushing for these massive mandates in schools, where they were. And then a few weeks ago, we start hearing rumblings of the Democrat, the blue states, you know, lowering mandates, etc. Because they're realizing that these three events are not a fluke. The crazy part is, is how did we let it go? So far, there's already legal precedent over parents rights versus school and school board rights. I don't know if you guys know, but Democrats have been trying to remove the Pledge of Allegiance on the American flag from classrooms for years, I mean, at least two decades. And it finally got to the 11th circuit appeals court in Florida, in a case about whether or not it's legal to require children to bring parental consent to not participate in the Pledge of Allegiance. So what happened was, there was a case, and it was ruled that not everyone had to do it, it couldn't be mandatory. In so then there was another case of okay, it's not mandatory, we've got kids that are just sitting out to be obnoxious, the class clown or whatever, which probably would be something that I would do. And we need a way to control whether or not they're sitting out because they're uncomfortable, or because they're just trying to be kids really, and causal seen, says, Okay, our goal would be if someone has a religious reason, or a valid reason for not saying the pledge, we would like the parents to send in a note that basically says Johnny doesn't have to do the pledge. So it goes all the way up, and it stops at the 11, you know, Florida's appeals Circuit Court. And they actually upheld a statute that said parental permission is constitutional, which means this is from the ruling by the 11th circuit appeals court. Although we accept that the government ordinarily may not compel students to participate in the pledge, we also recognize that a parent's right to interfere with the wishes of his child is stronger than a public school officials right to interfere on behalf of the school's own interest in federal court. So why hasn't that been used to fight against these mandates, it was gonna go to the Supreme Court, and they denied the case and say what you want. But in my experience, when the Supreme Court decides not to take something, whether you like it or not, it's generally because they've reviewed it and they feel like the judge, and the decision was constitutional, that it would be overboard if they took it on after it was already done and dealt with, you know, there was no gray area, not that it matters to the left, because case or not, they still utilize the media and celebrities, etc. to push the agenda whether or not the law is that. And that's why school districts still remove the pledge and the flag, because they hear the talking points on the media, and they want to be progressive in places like San Francisco, and so they just pull it. But it's very clear that federal court acknowledges the Constitution and parents constitutional rights to interfere and or CO manage their children's education above the school itself, which drives schools crazy, which is why we probably don't hear a whole lot about that case.


But masking closures COVID Nonsense. It's all part and parcel to that case. And so the federal court needs to uphold that precedent. Regardless of where they sit politically, regardless of who put them on the bench. They need to uphold that precedent, because we're still going to have content He was fighting for rights of parents in schools. I mean, it was just the other day where Jen lackey says, oh, President Obama believes that health officials know what's best. Well, that's crazy. Like literally crazy talk. She doesn't know anyone's kids. She doesn't know what kids are going through in schools. I'm sure her kids go to some swanky private school, they probably don't even mask these people are so hypocritical. But it's insane. They can actually think that parents should take a backseat to these wacky woke teachers and school boards and superintendents, which by the way, the superintendent is an elected position. It's not, you know, because someone's an expert, they're politicians. So they're just looking to do whatever they think their base is going to do in order to get reelected. That's it. So the COVID stuff, fine. It's crazy. But I think it's starting to go away, what's not going away is critical race theory. And that's why Younkin signed an executive order, the first second he got into office and critical race theory will never ever, ever be in our schools. And the funny thing is, is that just having this conversation the other day with a quote, unquote, woke teacher, and she says, What does it matter critical race theory wasn't taught, or hasn't been taught in K through 12 classrooms. And I said, Oh, you're mistaken. They may not call it critical race theory, but they're already implementing pieces of the curriculum. There's a teacher in Seattle, who was forcing the students to understand how math is racist. I'm paraphrasing, but to really reflect on the racial inequalities around math. I mean, I never thought in my life, I wouldn't say something that crazy. But here's the other thing. K through 12, may not have traditional critical race theory. But guess who does all the colleges and universities, especially the liberal ones, so how does it work? This is how it always is going to go. The colleges and universities dictate the gen ed classes that high schoolers have to have in order to get accepted into the college. Mark my words, in the next couple years, critical race theory will be a required gen ed to get into most universities and colleges, especially the ones that are funded by the state government. I know it for a fact. And so they don't have to teach it in those schools. You know, they don't have to teach in those schools right now. Because it's going to be mandatory, whether you like it or not. And then if they go to a school that doesn't have critical race theory requirement from high school, they'll make it a requirement for a large number of the majors that are available in core schedule. So it's not that it's gone away. It's here to stay. And it's something that is very, very, very scary, because essentially, without reading an entire journal on it, it's forcing kids and people and adults to look at the black communities, which by the way, it's the only thing that they focus on, they say that there's other minorities. But as you get into the crux of it, it's all black community education. And they want kids to start looking at their black friends and students and counterparts, colleagues, as whatever atrocities they're claiming, which are probably true, they've been through. So don't focus on the positive things that have happened, and how those positive things that happened and how we can implement that to continue that progress. Because we have made progress against racism. Since the beginning of America, we've made progress, we make a lot more progress if Democrats weren't around. But that's a whole other thing. You know, I remember just to do sex ed, in like seventh or eighth grade, we all had to go get a waiver signed by our parents, whether or not we could do you know, basic sex ed, just talking about, you know, protection and this and that. And some parents signed it, some parents didn't, they wanted to, you know, have that autonomy to teach their kids the way they felt would be best for their child.


So where did we go from there to now, classes, the teachers and the school boards and the principals want to push to essentially make kids students more racist without any sort of parental consent. I mean, a little bit of sex ed is nothing compared to the craziness that's happening with critical race theory. It's insane, which is why there's so many people that are just over it. For example, 78% of adults, including nine and 10, Democrats and seven and 10. Republicans said that they supported teaching high school students about slavery in the United States. 73% of adults, including nine and 10, Democrats and six and 10, Republicans supported teaching high school students about racism and the impact of the country. That's not CRT, by the way. However, 36% of Americans said that they would support a ban on critical race theory in public schools. 54% of those were Republicans, and 50% of them were Democrats split right down the middle. Interesting, right. Homeschooling has gone up double digits. And interestingly enough, just in 2020, in April 5.4% of households had school aged children that were homeschooled, then you go to the fall, September and that number went up to 11.1%. It doubled in a matter of months. Okay. What's interesting is is that homeschooling Black students increased five fold from 3% to 16%. Is that indicative of maybe some of the black community not even wanting their kids to be around this crap? I would say So realizing that public schools aren't doing them any justice, like so many liberal politicians say they are. It's crazy. So because of all that people realize that none of the other noise matters. Of course, like during the election, North Rob, you know, in Virginia, the incumbent, he claimed Younkin was racist, their go to card, he supported the KKK, he was anti semitic. I guess he forgot that he dressed in blackface in a photo op with a KKK member. But it doesn't matter to people anymore. You know, it's the boy who cried wolf, if you call someone racist for long enough, and they're not people eventually catch on. And so when it came to the New Jersey election, very, very similar. People in New Jersey, were absolutely tired of the mismanagement of COVID that Governor lied and created so much extra unnecessary fear, around COVID. The whole state was shut down worse than probably the majority of states, but had the highest mortality rate. It's actually a New Jersey is one of the states that they studied, if from John Hopkins University just recently, to prove whether or not quarantining and, you know, work from home, staying away from people social distancing had any effect on the mortality rate at all? And the answer was no, like a big whopping No. Okay.


So this guy mismanaged COVID so bad, that it gave an opportunity for this Jackson a rally to come in, he was ahead by five points at one time. And all he was preaching is let's just get back to common sense. This has been insane. Let's lower the property taxes. Let's, you know, get law enforcement back funded and supported. You know, one of the things were during, like Black Lives Matter is that the Democrats in New Jersey were constantly threatening to pull pensions from police environment as quote unquote, punishment or as a threat for, you know, cop killings, if you will. And it's a big deal. And unfortunately, it's still on the table because Jackson really didn't win. But it's bizarre that they think that that would help their state get better. And so the whole common sense thing, common sense with education is really what rocked the house and one Virginia, common sense with COVID is what won and rocked the house in New Jersey, even though it wasn't a true win. It was a big win for us. Okay, it's the Hail Mary, last 10 seconds of the game, super, super, super exciting. quarterback throws, goes to cash in the endzone and he just barely misses the catch. But you're so impressed with how they tried to pull it off, and the talent, the raw talent and excitement that came along with the game. And that's exactly how New Jersey was. I mean, we threw a Hail Mary. And we almost got it. But it just leaves room and they never the mob. And the Democrats never even imagined that this guy could get this close. And same with Younkin. Because apparently, you know, Virginia was such a heavy Biden state. But again, that's where the hope lies. You can be the most democratic state. But if you're putting forth an agenda that's not working, it doesn't matter what party you are, you know, that's really what's making Democrats today like really shook, because I guarantee you, they've spent the last three months saying, oh, shoot, if this is any indication of where the American people are, we got to back up and change. And so now all of a sudden, COVID restrictions are going to go away to talk about education is going to slow way down. Critical Race Theory will not be a point in their political agendas or narrative anymore for a while. And it's going to show everyone how they're just telling us what we want to hear. And then during all this election coverage, you've got pal Rittenhouse, which, you know, I to me, that was the scariest of the three, because I looked at this kid and I thought God that could have been me fighting for my life. But during that trial, what I saw was millions of dollars flood into support him and his legal team. Very, very strong, supportive family, tons of people, including Big Time Democrats that realize the media was lying. And then lastly, 12 of his peers declaring him innocent. And I believe those 12 people represent United States who we are as people. And so that was something as well, where the media put everything they had every dollar every reporter every minute, the media cycle into making sure they influenced that trial for him to go to jail, because they had already called him a racist. They had already concluded again so much for innocent before proven guilty. First of all, it's a dead notion in my opinion anyways, but they took that to an extreme. And so no matter what anyone says the jury saw this coverage, some of it, you know, it just had to happen. It's impossible now between phones and everything else, they just had to have seen it. And they still cut their way through the bullshit young kid protecting himself on video, the writers pointed guns and knives at him. And he shot him in fear for his life. And there was not one iota of evidence that led to anyone to think, unless they were completely making it up, that he was racist. He didn't belong to any quasi racist groups on Facebook. He didn't follow any racist known racists on social media. He didn't have any racist texts, or tweets or any communication between him and people that he knew. Because they took his phone and all of his electronics and you know, went through forensic Lee to see, and there was nothing. So someone doesn't just, you know, strap on a gun and become a, you know, a racist killer. There's usually a build up to these things. When people do go in with the intention of killing. You can see with any school shooter, you can see with any guy that took all those hostages at the synagogue in Texas, he had a huge build about all over social media, talking about, you know, hating Jews and his sister, whoever that was that was locked away for him to demand her release.

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