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Trans Terrorism & Military Wokeness


Intro: Keeping up with the crazy midterms, military, and more trans terrorism on today's episode. You are listening to the Last Gay Conservative. I'm your host, Chad Law.

Chad: Oh yeah, let's go Brandon. Oh yeah, come on. We're fired up today. Let's go. Hello, everybody and let's go Brandon. And welcome to another episode of the Last Gay Conservative. It's me, Chad Law, your host, the binary brother of your dreams, the holiest homo, the most fascist fairy, working every day to destroy the soul of America, sending facts, findings, and most importantly, our truth on the red, white, and blue rainbow. Well, folks, hope you're all well, it is a beautiful day today in Newport Beach, California, as we approach sweater weather. Very excited to pull down some of my winter fall wardrobe items. We have a very small window in Southern California to wear those things, and I don't know why. I just feel that the fall, sweaters and jackets and things like that are, are just so much more fun than some of the spring summer clothing that we get because it's just so boring here in California with the weather.

I'm not complaining, love the weather, don't get me wrong. But from a fashion sense, it's difficult to get into some of the pieces that are geared more towards cold weather. We've got a big show for you today. We are going to take it a little bit more organically today and go over some of the top stories that I picked out for you, as well as running down some of the new midterm information. I thought I would share that with you as we're about two weeks out from the midterms, and most importantly, some interesting trans stories that I thought I would bring to your attention. We will go through the stories, however, I am not going to monologue today, but I will always, as always, offer my opinion that is always right on each one of these stories. So hang tight.

In the meantime, before we get into the meat of the episode, I do want to share a story with you, at the risk of losing all credibility. Recently I received a gift or an extra item that retails for around $5,000. I'm not going to say what it is, but it retails for about the $5,000. Threw it up on offerup for a thousand dollars, trying to sell it. And you know generally I either take that money and donate it or give the item away. I don't do this to make money, and I never do. So I put it up on offerup and I get a message from a gentleman who says, hey, I really like this. I have cash. Unfortunately, my car's in the shop. I live in Long Beach. Would you mind doing a delivery if I give you an extra a hundred bucks? Well, funny enough, normally I'd say absolutely not. I don't have time.

But funny enough, two things were sort of on my mind. First, I wanted to take out a car that I haven't driven in a while and let it rip up the coast. And then two, the best, best, best restaurant for pies is in Long Beach called Hops Hut. And I was craving their coconut cream pie and hysterically enough the day before I drove up, I was just telling my friend about their coconut cream pie. So I thought, oh, great, I'll get a couple, I'll go up to Long Beach, and then I'll do the deal, the Offerup deal, etcetera. And I've gotten pretty good at Offerup. I check to make sure people have other reviews, they've sold other things, etcetera, because there are some scammers there. So I go to meet the guy and him and what looks like his son are standing on the corner outside their house.

And I turned the car around and neighborhood's not great, but it's not terrible. And of course, they're going on and on about my car and about Ron, the dog. And they seemed friendly enough. One, the kid looked like he was half black, and the dad looked just Hispanic. And I said, okay, here's the item. And they're looking at it and they're going, okay, that's really good. And he pretends to get the cash out of his pocket, and then they both just run as fast as they can and steal the item. Well, of course we're in Los Angeles County, nothing's going to happen. So I start chasing them. I had a feeling that something was weird. So I actually caulked my firearm in my man bag in order to be ready if something were to happen, which I never do.

I never generally carry with it chambered unless there's an awkward situation, only because in California it's just so strict and you can literally go to jail for walking around with a chambered handgun. So I have the gun chambered ready to go in my bag. The item is in my bag. I pull it out. Like I said, they're looking at it, and then they run. So I chase them, I pull my gun, and they are completely shocked when I fire two warning shots up into the air and they kept running as fast as they can. Son trips, and he's crying on the floor. I put my gun away right away. I said, I'm not here to shoot you, I just wanted to scare you. Where is your dad? And he's like, oh, that's not my dad. That's just this guy, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.

And I said, well, where's the money or the item? You have a choice, money or item or cops? And he's like, I don't know where he went, and blah, blah, blah. Long story short, the item got stolen, no money was given. And the only reason why I pulled out my gun and fired two shots in the air was because I'm so sick and tired of these blatant criminals being able to take advantage of people without any sort of consequence. And funny enough, if the cops were called, I would've been the criminal for firing my weapon, and I didn't fire towards anyone, but I wanted them to know that although I might not be desperate for those funds, if they steal from someone else who's desperate for the funds and happens to be carrying, they could both get killed.

And I knew this wasn't their first time based on the Offerup profile that they've created. Long story short, these people, just like this all over California, are continuing to get away with crimes like this because all the police departments, whether it's LA County sheriff, Long Beach Police, LAPD, they're just so lazy and they don't care anymore. And it's sad because I love law enforcement. I mean, the Orange County Sheriff, I'm a huge fan and supporter, donor. Same with Newport Beach Police, but in LA County, it's a joke, it's a complete joke, and they'd rather be woke than out fighting crime. I didn't even call the police because I knew that nothing would happen to these guys. And I stuck around for a while to see if the guy would peep his head out, and of course he didn't.