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Stupid is as stupid does Biden campus scrambling as America begins to realize not only is Biden stupid, but his entire white houses as well. You're listening to the last gay conservative. I'm your host Chad law Let's go. Let's go friend, lead. So let's go friend in Yeah, we are fired up this morning.
Everybody hope that was dramatic enough for y'all saying hello, everybody is my favorite part of the day. Speaking of Let's go, Brandon, the other day I was walking my French Bulldog, Ron, or Ronald Reagan, Ron for short. And the way our walk works is that when you leave the neighborhood not very far around the corner is a shopping center with CBS and a Ralph's grocery store. And usually what happens is I walk in, and then if I need anything, I'll just pop into one or the other and get a bag and walk home with them. It's it's pretty much our regular routine. So Ron and I are walking and getting pretty close to CVS. And of course, out of the corner of my eye, I see a Girl Scout Cookie stand, the moms are there, the girls are there, there's a table stacked to the brim with Girl Scouts. And of course I Beeline it over there, because I'm a crazy sugar addict. And I start placing my order and everyone there around the table. It's like touching, touching, touching. Because you have to understand so many people on a daily basis come in and out of my house or my yard, depending on what's going on pool people, fountain people cleaning people, the list just goes on, it's obnoxious. And same with the office, always people coming in and out. And as a true attic, I have to bring them down to my level. So I buy everyone Girl Scout cookies. So then I don't feel bad about sitting on the couch and eating three boxes of thin mints on my out, well, I'm placing that order. And I'm ordering, you know, dosi dose for my assistant, my business partner loves the Samoas I think they're called Caramel Delites now, and I am a Thinman addict well, right when I get to place my order for the Thin Mints. The girl goes, I'm sorry, but we're out of them. And they didn't want to make her feel bad. So I said, Oh, don't worry, honey, that's fine. And I looked over at mom and I said, Are you guys out? Or do you have some in the garage that I can order because in the past, they run out at the grocery store, but you can pay for them and they'll drop them off or whatever. And she looks at me and she looks kind of like alert. And she's like, No, actually all of Girl Scouts of America are out of thin mints. And I'm like what interest? Yeah, the supply chain this year had an impact on Thin Mints. And so each troop only got a handful. And they sold out immediately because it's our most popular flavor. I lost it I look over the gas station on the corner is that $6.25 I had just paid something like $10 for a pound of ground beef. And now I can't even get Thin Mints because of this idiot in office, you can come for my gas, you can come for my paycheck, you can come for my food. But the second you start messing with my dessert is the second I go on full bore attack. And that's exactly what today's episode is about. Which incidentally was already planned before that happened. It just reinforces the point that I'm trying to make, which is reviewing the overall intelligence of our current White House. We know Joe's a mess. It's still fun to hear and watch. But everyone around him is also a mess. And without any brilliance in the White House. Like we've seen with other presidents. There's nothing there. There's no one to prop him up no one to help him and that's why we have damaging events all the time. So the title stupid is as stupid does I don't know if you remember, but it's actually a quote from Forrest Gump the movie with Tom Hanks, it essentially means that we need to judge people, not by their appearance, but by their actions, which we know in theory, but it's in reference to sales. And so when you go and you know, I'm looking online, and I found this really cool site called lexology.com. And basically what it says is a salesperson on the surface, they may seem clean as a whistle, but only through a detailed and painstaking due diligence process. Can a purchaser really determine whether the sellers house is in order and what risks may exist? Well, folks, I think America's due diligence is just about over and from the time we saw Biden on the campaign trail presenting himself as this mild mannered unifier politically smart. One year later, we're all realizing that regardless of what he presented on the outside, Biden and his team are stupid inside and a lot of people ask me on a regular basis, why would it take people over a year to come to the conclusion that these people are stupid and the truth is the lens in which we do Due Diligence through is generally the media and online, both of which have people constantly working hard to conceal the stupidity from us. And so it's not as simple as just realizing that someone's stupid. It's a level that we go up we go from mistakes, to blunders to gas to, oh my god, this guy is seriously challenged. My mom used to tell us you are what you do. I think it's self explanatory. Every president has their intellect put to the test by the opposing side for all politicians getting elected automatically, it triggers the opposing party to label you as stupid. But we have to understand that disagreeing on policy and decisions doesn't necessarily make someone stupid. In all seriousness, it goes back and forth along with election credibility. These are the two automatic responses to every election, intelligence and credibility. Every president's intelligence gets reamed by the other side and the losing party from every election questions the elections validity. Now, it's important that we know these questions of election validity are not nearly on the same level as 2020. And I really do hope that was just a one off. But this is the nature of the game. It's low hanging fruit. From a mere media standpoint, it's not hard to make someone look dumb with all the slicing and dicing they can do. The first president I remember getting ripped for this was George W. Bush, every TV show newspaper and magazine blew up the notion that W was an idiot. He today is still the second most impersonated president on SNL right after Bill Clinton on the left side, he was just blatantly stupid, no ifs, ands or buts about it. But on the right we heard defenses like well, he might be dumb, but he has the right people around him or everybody makes mistakes speaking in large crowds or just plain denying it and blaming it on liberal propaganda, all of which have some truth to them. I was pretty young at the time, so I didn't notice any deficit. But now that I look back, he was definitely not the sharpest tool in the shed at least from the outside looking in. He seemed to really struggle to put a thought together compared to most presidents, I guess he could be defined as stupid. Now he's an artist and the new art he's creating looks like something painted at a home for stroke patients, which also leads me to question his mental capacity. No matter what the media declares about who's running the show, in Bush's case, it was Cheney, you can't get to the top and be indeed mentally limited. Until now. Many factors can be attributed to one stupidity we're looking at genetics, birth, little diverse life experience, illness, and close to new ideas. We can't forget age, just the natural decline of our everything functioning as we approach death. I don't think anyone who makes it to the presidency can be stupid by mainstream standards. However, in this era of all things digital, there's a double edged sword. On one hand, people can see with their own eyes if someone is an idiot, but there are tricks to use false information and editing and the ability to bury those opinions, so no one ever sees them. It really all depends on how we judge intelligence and how much we assign value to it, especially when we're judging the intelligence of a president. I remember maybe 1520 years ago, a professor at Davis claimed to have it signed, I accused every president in United States history. The study was biased, flawed, highly criticized by data analysts, and he used things like academic performance writings and other tools. That's not the standard operating procedure in measuring IQ, which by the way, is still heavily debated today. Most of his top picks were Democrats big surprise, when Democrats claim it was not biased. I just say I have one word for you. Davis. According to an article in Politico, that very non partisan news outlet in the book Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell suggests that it may not matter much beyond a certain threshold when referring to a president's intelligence the relationship between success and IQ works only up to a point he writes once someone has reached an IQ somewhere around 120. Having additional IQ points doesn't seem to translate into any measurable real world advantage. However, on the opposing side, there's a study led by Senator Gary Hart which argued it takes a pretty keen mind honed by study travel experience and exposure to competing ideas to form good judgment and to know whom to trust on complex substantial issues. And at that point, I started to think how keen of a mind does it take to know not to call someone a stupid son of a bee on TV? I do agree that IQ does have some alignment. But time has shown that Senator Hart is right on multiple factors. Those factors round out a person's ability to judge based on life experience, and it's very, very important and I would argue even more so than IQ. Sadly, this is another blow for Joe Critical Thinking experience and wide knowledge of ideas will outperform IQ all day long. Unfortunately, For us, neither of which are in the big guys tool belt. Now, Joe has claimed and still adamantly claims that he has a very high IQ and touts his accolades as a student. And I'm not sure if you're aware, but Biden ran for president or the Democratic nomination for president in 1987. And his intelligence was question barely Biden was at this event in 1987. And a reporter simply asked him, What law school did you attend? And where did you place in that class? Listen to his response, I think,
I think I probably have a much higher IQ than you do. I suspect. I went to law school on a full academic scholarship, the only one in my, in my class, I'd have a full academic scholarship. And the first year in law school, I decided I didn't want to be in law school and ended up in the bottom two thirds of my class and then decided I wanted to stay went back to law school, and in fact, ended up in the top half of my class, I won the international moot court competition. I was the outstanding student in the political science department. At the end of my year, I graduated with three degrees from undergraduate school 165 credits, only 123 credits, and I'd be delighted to sit down and compare my cue to yours if you'd like.
This highly emotional outburst was the catalyst for that then journalists fact checkers, if you will, they weren't called that then to dig into his past. And as far as the press is concerned, they had a lot more integrity then than they do now. Of course,