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Where's the pork? Your tax dollars are put to good use...

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Be advised, you are now entering a work free zone, a place where facts always trump fiction. And truth always prevails. Here we destroy the liberals, the left and the Democrats at home, online and in political office, whining, screaming lashing out or tantrums will not be tolerated. Welcome to the last gay conservative podcast. Here's your host, the beacon of truth, your binary brother, the holiest tomo, the leader of the gay world. He may not be straight, but he's straight to the point. Ladies and gentlemen, your host, Chad law

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Hello, everybody, and let's go Brandon, welcome to another episode of The Last gay conservative. I'm your host Chad law, the true leader of the gay world. I'm also the holiest homo, the All Knowing streaming my truth, facts and findings across the airwaves on our red, white and blue rainbow. Very excited about today's episode like all other episodes, but we're going to be focusing on two of my favorite topics today, illegal federal spending and fiscal transparency. I know sounds a bit geeky, sounds a bit crazy. But once we get into it, you'll see I do have a couple of updates for you guys. And some shout outs before we get into the episode. But just to preface the episode, I just want to keep in mind that it wasn't until recently that we could open the federal books and see where our tax dollars are going. Barack Obama actually and Senator Tom Coburn co sponsored the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act back in I want to say 2006, I can't remember. So I mean, credit goes where credit's due Obama did do a good job on this piece of legislation. As a Senator, I have to say, funny enough, or ironically, the bill that he created has led to more exposure of fraud and misuse of funds amongst his DNC buddies more than anyone else. So maybe he torched his own village a little bit there, but it's been great for us. However, before we jump into today's episode, I want to tell you a funny story that I heard. There was a burglar that broke into a house one night, and as he's about to steal the stereo, all of a sudden, he hears Jesus is watching you. The burglar stops in his tracks, looks around, scared and notices a bird in the cage in the corner. He saw the parent and asked him Hey, did you just say that to me? The parent says yes, I was trying to warn you. Of course, the burglar shrugs it off and says, Well warn me of what what's your name Little Bird? The parrot says, I'm Moses. The burglar goes on to stealing. And while he's doing it, he says what kind of people name their bird Moses. The parrot responds the same kind of people who name their 150 pound Rottweiler Jesus.

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I just love jokes like that. I heard that one on my one of my favorite podcasts, the Joel Osteen podcast. I love Joel try to listen to him as much as I can. I know the opinion amongst Christians on Joel is all over the place. However, I do believe that he has done an amazing job of taking the word, putting it into simple applicable practices that we can all use in our everyday life without getting too confused about the difficulty because let's face it, the word can be very confusing sometimes. And I think Joel is and will ever be the best translator of the Word of God. So whatever you think like him, love him hate him. I like him. Regardless. I think he's a great Christian and his little blurbs on the podcast everyday. It's 1520 minutes are incredible. And his stories are pretty funny. And the only reason why I use one of his stories is because surprisingly My life has stayed pretty mellow the last few days. I've had so much going on this summer between personal and professional and everything you guys have heard it so I decided to send Ron my dog Ron Reagan, the French Bulldog with Alyssa for a few weeks and has it been rough. Don't get me wrong. He's having the time of his life. First him and Melissa's dog are super close. And second. They have a place in central Oregon with acres of exploration territory and critters and all sorts of fun stuff and smells that he doesn't get with me in the city. However, I can't tell you folks how ready I am to get him back. You know, of course everyone wants to keep him up there because he is the coolest dog and I know I know everyone says their dog is the coolest dog but until you meet Ron you can't understand how he is the coolest dog or more like human. He's not a typical snotty, sickly, stinky Frenchie, just a powerhouse of muscle and strength and he's just physically perfect and some smarter than any dog I've ever met. So I'm counting the days for Ron to get home. And in the meantime, I'm accepting applications for cuddle snuggle buddies. While Ron is gone four legged or two, doesn't matter, send me your info. Kidding. I do need to make one major shout out today, I finally got my suppressor also known as a silencer. And it's so long so it took almost 18 months for the ATF to approve me and issue my stamp. It was an excruciating process, which really the excruciating part for me was just waiting. They have no patience. But the only reason I got approved and was able to get my silencer is because of the company that I worked with silent silencer Central. They did everything for me. And it was all covered in the cost of the silencer, I got the banish 45 And it's so much better than I could have ever imagined. I should it was at the range yesterday. And not only was I blown away, but everyone around me was pretty stunned as well. The noise reduction and the buttery smooth shots were way more amazing than I could have ever guessed. And I turned around at one point and there was like nine people behind me at the range all wanting to hear feel listen to the banish 45 The silencer I received from silence or central if you are interested in getting a silencer I would do so now before all of Biden's gun law BS comes into place. If it does, and if you want it done right. You should use silence or Central. I paid for mine 100% This isn't a promotional post. I'm just a raving fan. But they truly are top notch and I wholeheartedly recommend them. A couple things in the news this week. I thought I would point out, did any of you catch Senator Holly and that psycho professor from Berkeley? Well, if you didn't watch it, you should because I'm going to play you the audio. But the visual exchange is amazing. And the audio doesn't do it justice. Let's have a listen.

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Do I just want to clear one thing up Professor bridges, you said several times, you've used a phrase I want to make sure I understand what you mean by it. You've referred to people with a capacity for pregnancy, would that be women?

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Many women sis women have the capacity for pregnancy, many sis women do not have the capacity for pregnancy. There are also trans men who are capable of pregnancy as well as non binary people who are capable of pregnancy.

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So this isn't really a women's rights issue. It's we can recognize

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that this impacts women while also recognizing that it impacts other groups. Those things are not mutually exclusive. Senator Holly Oh,

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so your view is is that the core of this, this right then is about what?

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So I want to recognize that your line of questioning is transphobic. And it opens up trans people to violence by not recognizing that, oh,

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you're saying that I'm opening up people to violence by asking whether or not women are the folks who can have pregnancies.