Joe Rogan Experience #1494 - Bret Weinstein

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    PowerfulJRE

    Trukmė: 3:06:48

    Bret Weinstein was a biology professor at Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. He is now hosting "Bret Weinstein's Dark Horse Podcast" available on Apple Podcasts and LTposts. @Bret Weinstein

SesameJackify
SesameJackify

You're wrong, Joe. Drunk drivers turn into murderers.

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The Great Awakening
The Great Awakening

Genocide. We are a civilization controlled by sociopaths who thrive from their participation in Satanic blood rituals and they know the mass majority of people have no idea they are being manipulated into a corner that ultimately leads to death, sometime gory sometimes stealth depending on which method was first orchestrated by the Masters of the human domain, such as war, famine, plague, or genocide. The forces behind the things happening are "literally" demonic. Every generation has had its day with the devil and each time we inch closer to another form of Satanic blood ritual and the controllers do very little other than control the media and use predictive programming in TV "programming."

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Slim Tinskin
Slim Tinskin

3:06:13

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amante762
amante762

Joe, you're off the the drive thru drunk guy analysis. My cousin was killed by a drunk driver, you don't park their car and call them an Uber, you take them to jail for the night. He fought the cops, stole the tazer, shot the tazer at the cops and for all we know he thought he had stolen the gun.

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Brandy Turner
Brandy Turner

Joe, you ste totqlly wrong on Rashad, He was already out in Parole for abuse of children!! Je was FUCKING drink passes out in the drive thru in Wendys , they called cause it was dangerous!! Je could have killed someone!!! IT is complètent illégal to drive drink! An honestly if je wasnt already on probation and this violated his probation then they prob would have let him go!! But they didnt an then he guys them fight them steaks thier weapon , runs turns and fires back at them!

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Joshua Alexander
Joshua Alexander

This man is a disgusting human being. The fact that Joe didn’t tear his ass apart for the lawyer speak he was utilising to slong the bills got that he was is horrifying. Joe is way better than this. His open mindedness is what makes him great, but here he feel incredibly short. This Jewish man who should for obvious reasons know better loves to hear himself talk and is so diluted in his thoughts and so delusional that it horrifying. He represents everything that is wrong with white privileged. I’m absolutely disgusted.

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Bobby Burns
Bobby Burns

strongly disagree on his 6 week hold your breath lock down... I would be like chevy chase at wallyworld just Saying Fuck You We Open.

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Bobby Burns
Bobby Burns

hindsight is 20/20 at least joe and everyone on his show speak what they feel at that moment in time.

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Bobby Burns
Bobby Burns

143:30 he said hes voting for Trump :)

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Eduardo Pereira
Eduardo Pereira

Joe...I love you man, but you're adamancy on George Floyd's "innocence" is a bit SJW-like.

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SS321
SS321

1:97 . yes you do behave that way . Scapegoating it''s your tribe specialite.

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Andre P
Andre P

1:50:00 I am sitting having a coffee in cafe in New Zealand... and I support this message. COVID 19 came from a Pangolin BTW.

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Alex Pop
Alex Pop

not sure why JR keeps saying JF wasnt resisting... the entire video he was acting erratic ignoring multiple times police instructions to just get in the back seat and sit down, cops even offered to roll down the window for him... its there, dude looked drugged out of his mind

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Casey Jones
Casey Jones

I was with him until he said the big switch happened. No it didn't you're a schmuck. I couldn't finish this episode

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SS321
SS321

They are the PROLETARIAT AND BLM is Lumpen- proletariat . And they definitly have a leadership . They are called GLOBALISTS AND TRANSHUMANISTS .

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JEviston
JEviston

Dui is a violent crime Joe. 100s of ppl die a year from dui accidents

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Jessica Rowley
Jessica Rowley

We will never get to this utopia the left wants It is not possible since we are human beings. Not saying we shouldn't make the effort but this idealistic worldview that there will be zero instances of brutality is not realistic.

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Carl Trano
Carl Trano

How is it that they talked Biden and trump but never say a word about the Senate and the house is career politicians who are obviously made up of a lot of Criminally insane people who don’t give a shit about the common man and woman.

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AtomicPickle1
AtomicPickle1

I love when people talk about what cops should do when they have no idea what it takes to be an officer or what officers have to deal with.

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Richard Sheridan
Richard Sheridan

@ 1:30:30 Joe is suggesting a model that rewards society's members for contributing and working heard. Isn't this the very heart of meritocracy? Right now, divorce lawyers, or investment bankers rake in a killing doing their jobs (to name a few), there's little merit in charging an emotionally upset woman 30% of whatever she can get from her soon to be exhusband, even if they had already made a equal split agreement, and forget it if there's kids. The only winner, was the lawyer. With investment bankers, they hedged their bets in 2007 and I'm sure it still goes on. Let me loan you an impossible loan for a house you wouldn't possibly be able to afford. Knowing all of this, I'm going to 'hedge by bet' by betting you will default on your mortgage loan. I'm also going to wrap up this toxic loan with a bunch of legitimate loans and sell them. Where do a lot of these issues come from? The FEDERAL GOVERNMENT! Student debt? Federal Government insuring student loans and universities going... "hell we can just hike up our rates then since the feds will insure". That's our tax monies that the feds are promising to cover that debt. I can go on and on, but if it's not a common sense, grass root movement founded in STEM and logic, it has zero chance to succeed. I agree with Weinstein when he says that he cannot presently see a way where this will peacefully resolve itself. That makes me very sad and very worried for our great country. Career politicians have fed the lies and programs that have ensured our division. We can begin solving this problem by starting there.

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Mr Awesome
Mr Awesome

@48:00 native Americans and blacks are at the top of the list. Affirmative action. Everyone in America has same access to jobs, education, and justice system. Remember after slavery was outlawed anyone who wanted to return to Africa was given free passage but most recognized a life in America was better than living in the Bush. People forget to mention Liberia's creation.

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Mr Awesome
Mr Awesome

Say what it is, us black people probably aren't good at raising our kids or keeping neighborhoods safe and clean. Much easier to blame whitey than be responsible citizens

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Smiler Grogan
Smiler Grogan

Lawyers!! All this is the product over an over litigious culture.

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Smiler Grogan
Smiler Grogan

Did you know that after George Washington's term, the losing party's candidate was the Vice President

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Smiler Grogan
Smiler Grogan

Grant money? That, sounds like the Global Warming dilemma. Shhh....don't say anything.

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Beldar de Franco
Beldar de Franco

Cops are trained to ESCALATE the situation to keep the jails full.

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D G
D G

#LetHerSpeak #BeBoldVoteGold #JorgensenCohen2020

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Troll Hidden Cave
Troll Hidden Cave

They comb through the data and find empirical evidence that certain groups are by inlarge smarter than other groups and they're like well these numbers must be lying this is racism

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Mark Mullen
Mark Mullen

Weinstein: “we’re in tremendous danger...” (preparing to elucidate) Rogan: interrupts with inane question

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Mark Mullen
Mark Mullen

Love hearing Weinstein talk. A voice of reason and intelligence is becoming more and more rare these days.

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Altansuvd Batmunkh
Altansuvd Batmunkh

1:00 Never thought I'd hear an American professor to be worried about speaking his mind. What is going on?

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Michael Homer
Michael Homer

Here's the court case and that cops defense. "Define light to moderate pressure". That is not defined in the policy. That right there is the kind of thing that wins court cases.

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Gaurav Nandrajog
Gaurav Nandrajog

Common law!

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Filip Skotnica
Filip Skotnica

1:35:30 Admiral McRaven and Andrew Yang ? That's absolutely amazing best duo ever :)

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Ksush S
Ksush S

No common knowledge or sense in this podcast. 🙄🙄🙄 had to stop,couldn’t listen anymore without just being annoyed

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Demuth 0255
Demuth 0255

Joe,Brets right Your show and work are kickass But we have to follow the courts...not the mob

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Grace And Panic
Grace And Panic

Wrong Joe, Mr. Floyd was resisting even while cuffed.

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Djs42092
Djs42092

The thing around Bret's neck is a harmonica. He plays it while he's conducting trains. Chooo Choooooo.

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Angie Kay
Angie Kay

He was drinking and driving. It's illegal. That's why you call a cop Joe, try to tell a mother of MADD that you should let him go.

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ranne doyle
ranne doyle

Hey you two talking heads. The greatest poverty and problems are in democrat city and states. But Pelosi and company get wealthy. How do you too 'smarter than the rest people' not see that. Hey Joe, fork over your money to help the poor. You don't need all that cash. You can help Bret's 'finger in the eye.' HYPOCRITES

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Michael DMan
Michael DMan

What Joe is saying at 9 min is what BLM and Police should be Negotiating about... Fuck the marches already! But they re not interested in peace. 101 mill from Soros and Ford Foundation is what BLM got from those 2 satanic organizations and its for WAR

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D B
D B

No it’s funny, listening to Brett & Joe, President Trump has been addressing every issue they’re talking about instituted prison reform, he started economic opportunity zones which specifically goes in and invest in low income or disadvantaged communities, and his engage directly with community leaders So that they have a voice and are part of the conversation and what happens the communities. Also funded the black colleges permanently, And conservatives have been bringing up the lack of the black father of the family for years as a result of democrat welfare state. And that situation is affecting all races in this country not just black community

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D B
D B

didn’t you guys see this entire video this entire section before he’s brought out on the ground where he’s in the back of the car saying he can’t breathe and he begged them to let him out on the ground he said let me lay on the ground so that’s what they did and they were waiting for an ambulance that they had called for him so the fentanyl was active in the system and methamphetamine dude Died from the drugs he took his shit was not choked out

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William Thomson
William Thomson

Rayshard Brooks was a felon who was going to go back to prison if he was caught, he tried to kill those officers so he could avoid prison. Do some fucking research Joe for the love of god stop getting Jamie to look it up for you on the podcast and read some sources other than left wing media. The dumbass things you say are why I no longer watch every episode of your podcast these days. 😔😔

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dominic150
dominic150

Yea, this discussion about Floyd didn’t age well. So many more details

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Sally McGeehan
Sally McGeehan

I wish Joe would be aware of Thomas Sowell.

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Jeff
Jeff

I'll take Trump over Biden any day. I have become a fan. But there are some things here I agree with.

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justin breault
justin breault

I think now that the police cam footage has been released it's starting to look more and more like the AG in Minnesota overcharged Derek chauvin and he just might be acquitted

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Paul Sommerfeld
Paul Sommerfeld

There's a lot of "White saviour" bs going on here.

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zip1233
zip1233

Once again, Joe is completely uneducated on a situation and misrepresents it to make the "victim" out to be innocent. Rashard Brooks fought because he was currently on parole (for child abuse fyi) and knew he would be going back to jail/prison because he was caught driving drunk. How fucking hard is it to just not do stupid moronic fucking shit, let alone while you're on parole. This wasn't a "good" guy as Joe portrays him. He has had a violent past, and knew exactly what he was doing. He stole a tazer, aimed it at the cops, and fired it at them. He made the decisions that ended his life. Legitimately where is Jamie on this shit? if you say anything remotely right leaning Jamie is the first to try to knit pick you on any fucking thing. shits getting tired.

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Buffalohump
Buffalohump

Mr. Rogan...There are too many uninformed folks that get all of their information from the main stream media (this is by design) to allow a third party candidate to overcome the obstacle of the two party system...One spot on Hannity or Cooper Anderson gains them enough contributions to bury the candidate that is swimming up stream …Shows like yours help greatly, but there aren't enough critical thinkers to search out the alternatives.

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Buffalohump
Buffalohump

1:32:50 The Duopoly is the product of the Council on Foreign Relations...That organization rules the world...Every scheme and major decision is either hatched or approved by the ruling class that is the CFR.

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andy parry
andy parry

There is NO due process in America. Plea bargaining killed that years ago, where people will say they did something purely because they can't afford a really good lawyer, which often means that the person who actually did the crime goes free. But it makes police stats look good.

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ITs Doc
ITs Doc

If it is truely important to order that I am to be able to call someone a monster, a person a poor quality and character just like the policeman who killed a man and miscarried justice. It is fair to say that its is important to call ANYONE rich or poor, green or purple who is of low caliber the same. That is real equality.

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Adam Butler
Adam Butler

RED LINED BY DEMOCRATS. BLACK FAMILY WEALTH WAS UP IN THE EARLY 60s. Is the fatherlessness that has boomed since then due to the echoes of slavery too?

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Mike Murphy
Mike Murphy

This dude is a moron that comes off as an intellectual until you listen to him for five minutes. Joe is brainwashed on some of his views of racism and part of that is due to self preservation on his part but he just swallowed the hook on the whole systemic racism lie.

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Pol b
Pol b

Joe Rogan is completely convinced the knee killed George. You can be a expert knowing you can kill somebody like that. But how can he exactly tell how much pressure was on George his neck. He overestimates his own abilities and exaggerates when he says that he can judge the video clearly and convincingly as if it were himself who was putting the pressure. Having experience with martial arts and this Technic, it would only take a few seconds for a person to pass out, not 8 minutes. And on top of that he is bashing police and complaining about police brutality and the lack of skills and education, but no fucking word about just comply and do not behave like a fucking moron when you have a encounter with police. A little problem with Authority?

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Candymantempting 41
Candymantempting 41

Gosh, I could NEVER agree with Joe on the subject of not arresting DUI drivers. Writing a ticket for this behavior does nothing to deter that EXTREMELY DANGEROUS and grossly selfish behavior. How many people and families have been devastated by drunk drivers?! You have to understand that the consequence for that crime is to promote compliance for public safety. Joe, the way you speak about ideal policing and communications does not mirror real policing in regard to what officers face. Police are generally very polite and always aim to deescalate the scenarios (and yes, there are some officers that are generally young in the career that act like everything is a nail; these are officers I never enjoyed covering because it always seemed to lead to physical confrontation with these specific officers on scene). But, the Joe Biden “we need to train police to deescalate” is not new doctrine or training. For my 20 years it’s all been about deescalation and LL (less lethal). Joe Biden saying officers need to be trained to shoot limbs, “shoot them in the leg” is utter nonsense, spoken by an ignorant and uninformed man who thinks about law enforcement from a Hollywood director’s chair. He will get officers killed. America is mostly blind to the reality of law enforcement, and blind to its own community problems, because the police are effective.

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Gerald von Bargen
Gerald von Bargen

This guy is just a lot of talk!!!!

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Gerald von Bargen
Gerald von Bargen

China’s retaliation!!!

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mattyx3x
mattyx3x

As long as your polite you can break the law? Not lethal? some days I wonder

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Coretta Ha
Coretta Ha

Why not repeal some of the shitty laws that lead to these encounters? Because democrats passed most of them based on bribes from special interests

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TP REV
TP REV

Floyd did resist, not to the extent Rashard Brooks did but he did refuse to get in the car, he begged them to put him on the ground. If he complied, he might be alive today or he might have died without Chauvin putting his knee on the neck. We don't know for sure.

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TP REV
TP REV

Joe, you are ignorant in your assessment of Rashard Brooks. If you give them a slap on the wrist for drinking and driving they will continue to do it again. The very fact he decided to fight the police after recognizing his stupid decisions led to this, is the very reason he should be removed from the public. Stop defending them and removing the idea of personal responsibility, you buying into the is the bigger problem.

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Corry Burton
Corry Burton

I like Bret but he made a large mistake....economic inequality is not a result of slavery...at all....single motherhood is the highest point of economic prediction.....not race....oprah winfrey is worth over 2 billion dollars....does she pay reparations? how about the overwhelming amount of black people who have slave owners as their ancestors....do they pay too? that is a never ending rabbit hole...what about the jews in nazi germany.... that had nothing to do with us or people of today? exactly....should we pay reparations to the victims of the ottoman empire? the only thing that makes this make sense, is if you only look back at history with a preconceived notion.....

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t Dempsey
t Dempsey

Damn joe, how much should the tax payers pay so a drunk driver can be safer on the roads than everyone else.

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BenjamUniverse
BenjamUniverse

I hate white people talking about black lives manner. Joe does a huge disservice by bringing in white men to talk about black issues.

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Junior
Junior

White men can talk about black issues. Black men can talk about white issues. The color of your skin is irrelevant.

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firstsamuel lastjudge
firstsamuel lastjudge

https://youtu.be/ariXIEUJkyI this is police brutality of a white man beaten to death by a dozen cops watch as he calls out for his father and begs for his life that he cant breath... why does no one care about him

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Nicolas Hegedus
Nicolas Hegedus

Some additional evidence supporting the lab escape theory. Multiple job postings from WHIOV for studying bat viruses from 2019 https://youtu.be/bpQFCcSI0pU

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Ann Bertoli
Ann Bertoli

Been less men since wars take so many and us has group of people killing young under 24 of age of men and parents finding out the system is calling a accident drowning. This been going on for at least last 15 years and still not been solved. Sad future if this keeps on going...

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Sapere Aude
Sapere Aude

Here we go again -- woe for the "underprivileged" class. Kind of makes you wonder why millions of people from Indian, Africa, and South-East Asia are banging at the doors of America for a slice of the capitalist pie. All of my former co-workers from Indian had 2 jobs !! They worked 7 days a week. They clocked (conservatively) 220 -to- 240 hours a month. They lived together in a 1 bedroom apartment (4 men to a 1 bedroom apartment - sleeping on the floor); they saved their money. THEY ALL started their own SMALL businesses. And guess what? They still work 12 hours a day with the intention of opening additional businesses. Either you're hungry and you want something... or you don't. Sorry to say but most people born in North America are complacent. They lack drive. They think everything comes easily in life. My experience is totally opposite. Nothing was easy for me. But that didn't mean I would sit in the corner whining about life not being fair. Someone else has an advantage, someone else is better? So be it. Work harder and carry on.

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Teresa D'Alessio
Teresa D'Alessio

lolol *flashback to the dr. phil episode deceitful people say stuff like, "you know me, im a good guy...." and that the courts should go easy on the guy if they find him..... c'mon joe lolol its too perfect

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invo 7
invo 7

Joe Rogan: jUsT wRiTe hiM A TiCkEt

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ArmyOfAll
ArmyOfAll

His accuracy came from being a stopped clock not a prophet. He lacks a systemic understanding of what is driving such public protests and makes the same mistake that many do in America, they believe american problems drive american protests. Look around you. Vast chunks of the advanced world are going along the same route for the same reasons. Capitalism has been failing for 40 yrars and now has reached a point where it isn't working for too many people to ever be able to cover it up via bought media, bought politicians, and food stamps. Capitalism is bust and bankrupt both ethically and economically across much of the world along with being anti democratic and ecologically destructive and as much as I like Joe the reason he cannot fully comprehend what is going on either is because as a wealthy man it's been a long time since he had a problem only a decent government that advocated for the majority of workers BEFORE the minority of business owners, can solve.

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Clayton Culbertson
Clayton Culbertson

#JOJORGONSON2020

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Pasquino Marforio
Pasquino Marforio

So Bret Weinstein starts a fire that gets out of control, and then runs back to a conservative safe space. You did it. Fix it.

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Jeremiah Felder
Jeremiah Felder

This interview hasn’t aged well.

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Teresa D'Alessio
Teresa D'Alessio

brilliant analysis of the PhD system in stem sciences and why any rational individual would not, or may not, want to remain in a university's STEM field performing research [for grants;] i can see the idea that a black individual would be logical to resist remaining in such stem fields because he or she may finally (finally being solely applicable to initial generation present in grad school as the first in family to graduate with a PhD or achieve economic growth into the middle or upper [financial] classes) be out of an impoverished urban area, but this generalizes the idea that most current black grads are the first generation of their family to escape such poverty. maybe the latter its true, but there are many white grads in this position with this recent hereditary inheritance [regarding familial poverty in relation to duration in or out of said poverty.] one can easily say these black students are more rational. this can also be a representation of courage in the face of change and black people are less afraid to go into the business world and not remain in the sheltered and authoritative, yet liberal, structure as a grad student and successive teacher. furthermore, multiple arguments mentioned can support or counter the idea of echoes of racism in present markets and universities; BUT i do blame the democrats, especially Clinton, but even more so the southern democrats, that actually had slaves and fought for slavery against the REPUBLICAN ABOLITIONISTS UNDER THE REPUBLICAN FOUNDER, ABE LINCOLN (an ironic name for a pro-democrat critical [race] project.)

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Rory Tennes
Rory Tennes

Winning excuse me? Picking up Economic Opportunity is not concentrated in zip code. It's concentrated in race and gender. Is a white male I have been specifically excluded from millions of dollars worth of work. Millions of dollars worth of work simply because there was a white male

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Rory Tennes
Rory Tennes

I can't believe you're actually considering reparations. What the hell is wrong with you?

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Martin Wise
Martin Wise

FYI Rashard James was a convicted felon dumbass Joe

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Martin Wise
Martin Wise

Joe is struggling with his own cognitive dissonance because he is a Democrat hack. He was driven out of CA because of the failure of the Democrat government yet he refuse to acknowledge the problem. The left will consume all you idiots in their process.

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Bryan B
Bryan B

Weinstein would say it was murder if the victim was a Jewish man. Everyone comes with bias. It was a televised murder...Floyd wasn't resisting at all.

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Benji Ur-Dude
Benji Ur-Dude

His voice sounds like a certain cartoon character that was a teacher...

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Antifa Hunter
Antifa Hunter

What Brett saying is it's not because of white people it's because of the leftist in the college in the government that all this racism is happening

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Rob DeAbreu
Rob DeAbreu

This is Joe Rogan at his worst. Brett is actually saying the officer deserves his day in court and Joe's continual response is 'Get a rope'. The guy REFUSES to get all the information or consider the possibilities. I hope Joe doesn't end up being judged the way he is behaving.

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spitonjits
spitonjits

Alex jones for president!!!!

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Supernatural
Supernatural

As unfortunate the circumstances are that got the good Prof here. I am so glad I have seen him rocket into Joe rogan podcast, all over the news, in the years following - he's made a new chapter of life out of this saga. Hope you are thriving good Sir. Go woke go broke! Schools need to be stripped back completely of their administrators.. these people have kids as their peasants and they are the kings who cant be touched because 'its a school' it's the perfect monopoly to indoctrinate the youth under the guise of education.. Mad times. Fight the good fight people.

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Rob DeAbreu
Rob DeAbreu

This is when I want to whack Joe for being lazy or not doing his homework. The reason the guy in Atlanta freaked out is he had been out on probation for assaulting a minor, his kid. If he got arrested he would go back to jail for violating his probation. I think if Joe knew he beat the shit out of a kid he would rethink what he said. He does this on a lot of topics and doesn't ask the question: 'What am I missing?' This is what drives me nuts about his podcasts.

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Fuck you
Fuck you

Andrew yang... lol...

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Joe Peluchette
Joe Peluchette

So I agree with more training for police if Brooks passed out not in a drive thru but on a road what then when a mom is hit lastly the welfare state teaching people that welfare is a career therefore controlling what you have and what you can do also not teaching home budgeting in early shcool the thought that a government or parents owe you a lifestyle is insanely harmful to your own mindset

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TheShno56
TheShno56

He was passed out in the drive-thru. They moved him to the parking lot. I think MADD would lose their shit, if we just called every irresponsible idiot an Uber. Doubt he started getting shit faced in the mcdonalds parking lot. He already drove.

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chad many bullet wounds
chad many bullet wounds

Why where the police called for Rashard because you really can’t predict this stuff. You can’t have unarmed social workers going to potentially dangerous calls. The police would still have to be present just in case

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Raphael Botelho
Raphael Botelho

Bret is one the smartest and not emotional restricted guy in the actuality.

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Derk
Derk

@Raphael BotelhoMaybe, I don't know if he would rethink them or not. Being virulently anti-trump is not usually a Hallmark of open-mindedness. It just seems to me like the typical leftist emotional reaction where they didn't get their way, and now they are looking for some sort of radical change to the rules or the system in order to make it easier for them to get their way, or even force their way on everyone else. That unity party scheme sounds no different to me, but I got to at least give him credit that he's arguing from the position of giving people the choice of voting for this ridiculous ticket rather than changing the Constitution to mandate it. So for a leftist he's at least ahead of the curve as far as that goes. I guess what he's missing is that Trump is a feature, not a bug. He won because enough people in enough States decided he was what's best for this country. Someone completely counter to the sensibilities of people like Brett can win and govern even if he doesn't like it and even if he thinks that person is totally unqualified. That's a feature of the system, not a bug.

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Raphael Botelho
Raphael Botelho

@Derk Don't you think that if you were to inquire him with this questions he would rethink this points? I understand what you're saying, it is naive on his part. And it is due to emotion, but this emotion comes from a point of view of the world, which is like a pillar to his personality.

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Derk
Derk

IDK... His entire argument about a co-party ticket seems very emotional and egocentric. Like he just has this emotional reaction against Trump and he's gonna come up with some convoluted system that requires everyone to first agree that he's the smartest person in the world and should be restructuring branches of the government and telling us how we're doing elections all wrong. It seems very naive. The reason politics is getting so hostile now is because you have leftists with fundamentally different values than conservatives. Things conservatives consider abhorrent are wholesome to the leftist worldview, and vice versa. The problem he's not realizing is that you can't make concessions when the other party has completely opposite values to your own. Can you imagine conservatives voting for a ticket where the president might be someone they like, But the VP would murder babies in their view? What kind of compromise can be had when the starting point of negotiation is "we want to kill babies"? Obviously none. Now, you might not personally consider abortion to be murder, but many people do. And those people are not going to vote on a split ticket where power trades back and forth between their guy and a leftist. The same could be said for the other side. In their view conservatives are all evil Nazis that want to institute white supremacy. You can't expect people like that to vote for a unity ticket either. And these fundamental differences in worldviews go much deeper than just abortion. It's at the core of almost every issue now. This is not some kind of disagreement that can be solved with some hippy dippy hand holding collectivized decision making where republicans and democrats share power equally under the watchful eye of Bret Wienstein, our new founding father.

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Tony T
Tony T

I like this discussion very much, but @ 1:16 Joe says they shot that guy in the back that was crawling in the hallway in the hotel and it was horrific and he was just trying to pull his pants up. NO!!!! I agree they should have just had him kneel and face the wall and then they go get him, but in that instance that he was crawling he was clearly told Do Not Reach back for anything. He did reach back and in 1 second he could have whipped out a gun and shot the officers. In that instance they were 100% justified. Again, they should have handled it differently, but in that moment with what was happening, they had reason to fear for their life and the shooting was justified. Sorry Joe, I usually agree with you, but not in this instance at all!

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Kevin Carter
Kevin Carter

The movement has to be leaderless. Traditional movements are too easy to stop. Kill the leader(s), kill the movement. We've seen this play out too many times..

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Shae 17
Shae 17

Totally, I just thought this! not having a leader was the most important attribute to this, so calculated

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CoolCommentator
CoolCommentator

I do think Joe completely misses the key point about a murder conviction in the Floyd case. Despite seeing Chauvin do a horrible thing to Floyd, one that COULD/MAY have been lethal, one that never should have happened ... there are actual criteria for MURDER (verses depraved indifference, accident, or manslaughter). Joe saying he knows this was murder ... without the other key facts was actually Bret's point. A jury will feel pressured to rule like people want them to verses how the facts might point. Chauvin did commit a crime, he did get fired, he did have to go into hiding, he will get jail time. BUT, I am not sure that this was murder yet. I highly doubt that any argument of premeditated 1st-degree murder makes sense (Chauvin got up and planned to cause this harm). Maybe any empathy for Chauvin is misplaced, but I hope that the jury doesn't offer him as a "hate" sacrifice, just to appease the mob.

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steven schalck
steven schalck

I'm all for dui law change we don't have a one size fits all law for murder but a dui we do?

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asasial1977
asasial1977

I know cops are underpaid in my area, I've seen job listings at the employment office for $10 or less an hour. Then people wonder why they are corrupt. You are shit broke and pull someone over with a bunch of drugs and money, then only maybe half if it gets turned in as evidence.

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Russell Washington
Russell Washington

Given how many times Weinstein uses the word "racism" it's interesting to me how he never defined what he means by racism. Seems like he makes no distinction between racism and bigotry and prejudice. The difference is huge.

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