Liz delves into a segment featuring Jamie Raskin discussing Hunter Biden’s alleged corruption. She highlights Raskin’s attempt to deflect attention from Hunter Biden’s actions by comparing them to accusations against Donald Trump. Liz critiques Raskin’s comparison, emphasizing the differences in the nature of their financial dealings and the potential impact on their respective presidencies.
Liz transitions to a segment involving Anthony Fauci and his testimony on gain-of-function research. She praises Senator Rand Paul for demanding an investigation into Fauci’s potential perjury, citing evidence that contradicts Fauci’s claims. She criticizes Fauci for attempting to redefine gain-of-function research and questions the ethics of the research funded by the NIH.
Next, Liz discusses the feud between Governor Ron DeSantis and Disney. She provides context on changes to the Reedy Creek Improvement District and the ensuing legal disputes. Liz argues that removing special privileges from Disney is a justifiable decision, given the controversies surrounding the company’s actions. She highlights the revenue growth of Disney despite the removal of special status.
Liz concludes by addressing the issue of delivery robots being vandalized in urban areas. She shares videos of these incidents and suggests that such behavior is reflective of lawlessness and chaos in certain cities, and questions whether this is the kind of society people want to live in.
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It is, you are the bulwark against that evil being successful against those woke boycotts actually working against us. So that’s what I mean when I say I’m so grateful. And you guys are what makes the show what it is. I mean, I know you’re already paid subscribers, so you’re already doing your part, but please share, share with other people invite them to become premium members as well. Join the club if you will, so that we can keep growing the show and not worry about being canceled by big tech. so what I have for you today is a video that has been going viral all over x Yes. I’ve now transitioned to calling Twitter X. So just so you guys know, this video’s been going viral all over X it’s Congressman Jamie Raskin talking about the Hunter Biden corruption and claiming that the Hunter Biden corruption is nothing to what Raskin claims was the corruption that Donald Trump exhibited when he was in office. This was on Chuck Todd. Take a look.
Well, you know, look, whether or not it’s criminal, whether or not it’s warrant special counsel status, are you concerned by about this stuff? I,
Here’s what I’m concerned about. during the Trump administration, we saw the development of a completely new public philosophy, which is that government is not an instrument of the common good, and the public interest government is an instrument for private self enrichment for the guy who gets in for his family, for his private businesses. And that’s a model that we’re seeing all over the world
Now. But you don’t approve of that model, obviously. I I do not. We’ve denounced that model. That’s what
Putin is doing. Donald Trump. Yeah. That, you know, that’s what Warban is doing. That’s what Marcos is doing. That’s what L cc’s doing. That’s what President, it’s been going on since the dawn of mankind.
It’s new for America that somebody would get in and basically just say you know, everything is corrupt and I’m just as corrupt as the next guy, and I’m gonna take money as Trump did from China, from Saudi Arabia, from the United Arab Emirates. I mean, look you know, his son-in-law, Jared Kushner pocketed a cool $2 billion
From Saudi Arabia,
From Saudi Arabia in
Corporation created the Saudi portfolio in the White House. But what about Hunter? So, but
So I am concerned about it, and I’m concerned not just about public officials like Donald Trump and Jared Kushner do, but even family members who water ski along for the ride. And I have been, you know, begging my colleague, chairman Comer for us to do a serious analysis of what the laws should be about moneymaking
By. And you would take part in a serious investigation that what
I want. Yes, of course we would. And we’re gonna release a report about all of the foreign government emoluments, millions of dollars. We can document that Donald Trump pocketed at the hotels, at the golf courses through business deals when he was president and that his family got, but they’ve not laid a glove on Joe Biden as president. They haven’t been able to show any criminal corruption on his part. What they’ve got is Hunter Biden, and we all seem clear that this guy was addicted to drugs and did a lot of really unlawful and wrong things. And we have said, let the justice system run its course. They’re not saying that about Donald Trump. Anytime Donald Trump actually gets indicted after a grand jury has already determined that there’s probable they attacked a prosecutor.
Okay. You can tell how frightened Jamie Raskin is of the Hunter Biden story, because he won’t even address it. He knows that a healthy chunk, a healthy percentage of Democrats had said after 2020 that had they know about the Hunter Biden laptop, they would’ve reconsidered their vote for Joe Biden. He’s well aware of that. That’s why in kudos, by the way, to Chuck Todd, words, I never thought would leave my mouth kudos to him for actually continuing to push a little bit on Hunter Biden when Raskin was constantly trying to deflect to Donald Trump. I hardly even think that Raskin’s comments about Trump are worth addressing, but just in case they become Democrat talking points that are going to be the prevalent or the prevailing talking points, Donald Trump lost a ton of money by being president of the United States. He stepped away from his businesses, which were wildly successful.
His sons ran them, but his sons didn’t make any new business deals while he was in office in order to avoid even the appearance of pedaling influence. So Don Jr. And Eric, especially Eric, I think, was in charge of the businesses. He ran the existing businesses, but he didn’t contract any new deals. So how could you even make a comparison between Hunter Biden and Donald Trump when Donald Trump had pre-existing businesses that he stepped away from? He didn’t look at the financials, he didn’t look at any of the details of the business he’d been running and Eric didn’t contract anything new while he was in office. it’s not a good comparison because it’s a bad comparison, because Jamie and even Jamie Raskin probably knows this. He is just trying to distract from Hunter Biden because the Left knows the Democrats know that Hunter Biden is a very dangerous piece of dynamite for Joe Biden’s electoral chances.
They know that especially suburban women were really turned off when Hunter Biden and then Joe Biden and Jill Biden refused to even acknowledge Hunter Biden’s love child, the child that he had with a stripper. The little girl, I think she’s four or five years old now, Navy Joan, I forget what her last name is, because Hunter Biden has denied her the Biden last name. But the Bidens know how much impact Hunter has because after the outcry about Hunter Biden essentially abandoning and denying this child, and then the Biden’s not ad admitting that they have seven grandchildren, but continuing to say that they only have six, they then acknowledged her and said, oh, well, we’re just trying to be respectful of Hunter and this stripper trying to work things out and co-parent, no, you’re not. You don’t care about that at all. You’re just worried about your poll numbers and worried how this story’s gonna affect a key demographic of voters that you are relying on for 2024.
So Jamie Raskin is just parroting that. But the comparisons between Donald Trump when he was in office and what Hunter Biden is doing selling influence, like these were not preexisting business deals that Hunter Biden had going before. Joe Biden was vice president. This was strictly because Joe Biden was second in command in the of the United States of America. Strictly he was peddling the influence. The Biden brand was the fact that his father was vice president of the United States, that he could get his father on speakerphone whenever he wanted, that he could send a text message and the result of a threatening text message could be $5 million wired into his bank account, that he could have a sports car paid for the exact amount that he needed to pay for his new sports car wired into his account. It had everything to do with the fact that Joe Biden was vice president, and these weren’t pre-existing businesses.
It’s not even Jamie Raskin knows that. It’s, to say that it’s not a good comparison is also is almost a vanilla way to say it. It’s, this is a play of desperation from Jamie Raskin because he knows just how damaging Hunter Biden is to the Democrat’s chance in 2024. But they don’t know what to do about it, aside from trying to take Trump down with shady legal methods because they know that Joe and Hunter are guilty of every single thing they’ve been accused of. Senator Rand Paul has finally done it. He’s been talking for a long time, actually. He’s one of the biggest proponents of prosecuting Dr. Fauci for Dr. Fauci s role, not just in lying about covid and masks and vaccines, but lying about his role, his financial role in gain of function research. As you know, Fauci worked for the NIH.
He was the head of the NIAID. The NIAID gave a grant to an organization called EcoHealth Alliance that gave a sub-grant. Then that same taxpayer money that was given from NIH to EcoHealth Alliance was given to the Wuhan Institute of Virology. And we, it was done for gain of function research where this experiment done with a virus that was supposed to juice up the virus to make it more lethal and more transmissible among humans. Dr. Fauci has repeatedly denied this, but we all know that he is lying. So, Senator Rand Paul finally referred Dr. Fauci to, specifically to the top prosecutor in Washington DC for criminal charges. This is according to the Daily Mail Republican Senator Rand Paul is recommending to the top prosecutor in Washington DC to pursue an investigation and possible criminal charges against Dr.
Anthony Fauci for allegedly lying under oath about c Ovid 19 origins. Paul sent a letter to DC US attorney, Matthew Graves Tuesday, demanding an investigation into fauci for allegedly committing perjury during a congressional hearing in 2021 when he said that Covid did not come from a Chinese lab. Dr. Fauci testified that the NIH has not ever and does not now fund gain of function research in the Wuhan Institute of Virology. In a subsequent hearing, this is Rand Paul. I warned Dr. Fauci of the criminal implications of lying to con Congress and offered him an opportunity to recant his previous statements rights. Paul in response, Dr. Fauci stated that he had never lied before Congress and did not retract the statement. Dr. Fauci testimony is inconsistent with facts that have since come to light. and of course, we, you and I have seen the videos of Rand Paul grilling Dr. Fauci, Dr. Fauci getting really agitated, you know, kind of the bodily or the nonverbal characteristics of someone who’s lying, just biting back at Senator Rand Paul like this is this video. Take a look,
Dr. Fauci. We don’t know whether the pandemic started in a lab in Wuhan or evolved naturally, but we should want to know 3 million people have died from this pandemic and that should cause us to explore all possibilities. Instead, government authorities self-interested in continuing gain of function research, say there’s nothing to see here. Gain of function. Research, as you know, is juicing up naturally occurring animal viruses to infect humans to arrive at the truth. The US government should admit that the Wuhan Institute was experimenting to enhance the cor virus’s ability to infect humans juicing up super viruses is not new. Scientists in the US have long known how to mutate animal viruses to infect humans for years, Dr. Ralph Barrick of Virologists in the US has been collaborating with Dr. She Engley of the Wuhan Virology Institute, sharing his discoveries about how to create super viruses.
This gain of function research has been funded by the NIH, the collaboration between the US and the Wuhan Virology Institute continues Doctors Barrick and she worked together to insert bat virus spike protein into the backbone of the deadly SARS virus, and then used this manmade super virus to infect human airway cells. Think about that for a moment. The SARS virus had a 15% mortality. We’re fighting a pandemic that has about a 1% mortality. Can you imagine if a SARS virus that’s been juiced up and had viral proteins added to it to the spike protein if that were released accidentally? Dr. Fauci, do you still support funding of the NIH funding of the lab in Wuhan?
Senator Paul? With all due respect, you are ENT entire entirely and completely incorrect that the NIH has not ever and does not now fund gain of function research in the Wuhan Institute.
Do they fund Dr. Barrick?
We do not fund do you
Fund Dr. Barrick’s gain of function research?
D Dr. Barrett does not doing gain of function research. And if it is, it’s according to the guidelines and it is being conducted in North Carolina,
Not in China, you don’t think inserting a bat virus spike protein that he got from the Wuhan Institute into the SARS virus is gain of function. That is not, you would be in the minority because at least 200 scientists of signed a statement from the Cambridge Working Group saying that it is gain of function.
Well, it is not. And if you look at the grant and you look at the progress reports, it is not gained a function despite the fact that people tweet that
Write about it. So do you still support sending money to the Wuhan Virology Institute?
We do not send money now to do Wuhan Virology
Institute. So do you support sending money? We did under your tutelage. We were sending it through EcoHealth. It was a subagency and a subgrant. Do you support the money from NIH that was going to the Wuhan Institute?
Let me explain to you why that was done. The saws cov one originated in bats in China. It would have been irresponsible of us if we did not investigate the bat viruses and the serology. See who might have been
Infected or perhaps it would be possible to send it to the Chinese government that we may not be able to trust with this knowledge. And with this incredibly dangerous viruses, government scientists like yourself who favor gain of function research, I
Don’t favor gain of function research in China.
US sayings naturally
That are not correct
Government defenders of gain of function such as yourself.
Okay. Okay. That’s good. That’s good. Dr. Anthony Fauci is one of the creepiest government officials that I have ever seen in my lifetime. The game that he is playing playing with Rand Paul is the same game that Bill Clinton tried to play when he was trying to deny that he had had sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky. What is the definition of is this is what Dr. Fauci is playing. He is redefining gain of function to suit his political purposes. He’s not denying that money from the NIH went to EcoHealth Alliance. He’s not denying that EcoHealth Alliance gave that money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology. He’s not denying that. Ralph Barrick, a US scientist in North Carolina shared really proprietary information about how to make viruses more lethal and more transmissible to humans with a Chinese communist lab. He’s not denying any of that.
He’s just trying to quibble over the details of a definition. My question, if I were sitting in Rand Paul’s spot would be okay, putting the, your redefinition of gain of function research aside, do you feel that what was done with us taxpayer money from the NIH all the way to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, do you feel that that research on those bat derived coronaviruses, was that ethical? Did it pose any risk to the United States? Would you do it again? Because what Dr. Fauci is doing is he is just trying to play a game of distraction. And the truth of the matter is he won’t reject what he did because he stands by it. It’s incredibly dangerous. I commend Rand Paul. He’s one of the few politicians who’s continuing to call for accountability for covid. A lot of other politicians are afraid to call for accountability because they don’t wanna talk about their role in the vaccine rollout and their silence during the mandates.
They don’t wanna talk about their role in the lockdowns. They don’t wanna criticize the leading Republican candidate for how he handled Trump, how he handled Covid when he was in his fourth year in office. They don’t want to talk about Covid. So the referendum on Covid that should be this next election cycle is virtually non-existent. It’s an infuriating. One of the only politicians who is doing his due diligence and demanding accountability for the crimes that we’re committed against us, the American people by our government, is Senator Rand Paul. And I appreciate that. Matthew Graves unfortunately is a really compromised US attorney. He’s obviously not gonna prosecute Dr. Fauci, but that doesn’t mean that Rand Paul shouldn’t make the referral. He is doing the right thing and I’m greatly appreciative of it. Well, this is a story that six, six months ago, nine months ago everybody was talking about and it’s kind of fallen off the news, but it shouldn’t have fallen off the news.
The reason it did is because DeSantis ultimately won in the feud against Disney. In fact, DeSantis said that Florida has basically moved on from the feud with Disney and he is urging the Disney CEO to drop the lawsuit against them. The Disney is of course, suing the state of Florida saying that taking away their special self-governance rights in their special district is going to cost them money. But this is what N B C is reporting. Governor Ron DeSantis on Monday said, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts should drop a federal lawsuit that claims retaliation by the state and accept and accept changes to a special district that long benefited the theme park giant in A C N B C interview focused on the economy. The Republican presidential candidate said the state has basically moved on from issues surrounding the changes to the former Reedy Creek improvement District amid a feud between DeSantis and Disney.
The legislature this year replaced the Reedy Creek District with a central Florida Tourism Oversight district. The changes have led to state and federal lawsuits with Disney alleging the changes are retaliation for its opposition to a 2022 law that restricts instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity in Florida schools. DeSantis, however said your competitors do all do very well here, universal SeaWorld, they have not had the same special privileges as you do. So all we wanna do is treat everybody the same and let’s move forward. I’m totally fine with that, but I’m not fine with giving extraordinary privileges to one special company at the exclusion of everybody else. So what’s interesting here is, of course, DeSantis is well within his right, the just authority of his position as Chief executive of Florida and in, in conjunction with a legislature to revoke special privileges because that’s exactly what the Reedy Creek District was.
It was a special privilege given to a corporation that was benefiting the state. But when that corporation no longer benefited the state the same way, you certainly can take away this special privilege because it wasn’t just corporation status that everyone on an equal playing field has a right to. It was a special district. That’s why it’s called a special district. So one of the, or the premise really, of Disney’s lawsuit against DeSantis and against Florida is that this is gonna hurt their financial bottom line. And it was just retaliation, political retaliation. But what’s interesting, if you look at the revenue numbers for Disney for the past two years since this feud began, since DeSantis and the Florida legislature withdrew this special status, the revenue numbers show that Disney’s lying about their lawsuit. So in fiscal year 2022, Disney parks recorded $28.7 billion in revenue. That’s a 73% increase in revenue compared to fiscal year 2021.
Now, of course, in fiscal year 2021, what happened? There were still lockdowns, there wasn’t as much tourism, but it’s a little hard for the Disney CEO to stand there and say, well, your political retaliation against me, which you and I know it’s not political retaliation. It’s simply objectively analyzing whether a special district is in the interest of Florida voters. And if Disney is queering children. I think that special status is not in the interest of Florida voters and citizens, but it’s a little hard for the Disney CEO to make this argument that it’s not financially beneficial or it’s financially harmful for them to have this special status rescinded when they have a $28.7 billion in revenue. In fact, what he should do if he wants to sue a politician for harming his business financially, is he s he should sue all of the liberal governors all over the country who locked people down.
And he should sue the federal executive branch agencies that encouraged masking and social distancing and lockdowns that prevented tourists from coming to Florida to go to Disney and the theme parks, which is where Disney primarily makes their money. So all of this is to say this story dropped out of the news when the mainstream media and the Left realized that DeSantis had outmaneuvered Disney. And this is just another example of it, but the fact of the matter is DeSantis did outmaneuver. Disney, good morning to you premium subscribers on the Liz Wheeler show community, or a good afternoon or good evening. This is actually something I was thinking about the other day. I wondered what time you watch the extended segments. ’cause I know that we don’t publish the extended segments right next to the show, and I wondered what time people watch them. Do you watch them when you get home from work while you’re cooking dinner?
Do you watch them on a commute somewhere while you’re working out? if you’re interested in letting me know, you can post below. Just my curiosity, no reason. The story that I have for us today is we are under attack in some of our cities, not the way that you might think. Delivery robots, these autonomous vehicles that are delivering Amazon goods probably are under attack in some urban centers where the vagrants and the homeless people who seem to rule these cities are vandalizing these vehicles as they’re out delivering packages. Now, I will, before I show you this video, it’s quite something to behold. I will tell you, I’m a little torn on whether I like the idea of drones delivering Amazon packages and robots rolling up to your door with your takeout that you, that you ordered online. I feel like it’s a little creepy.
I’m not sure why I have that feeling because how is that materially different than somebody bringing your food to your door? Oftentimes when I get food delivered to my door, you don’t actually meet the person at the door, they just drop it off at your door. And then when it’s convenient for you, you pick it up. The same with packages. So why is it that I feel weird about a drone delivering an Amazon package or a robot delivering my food? I don’t know why, but that is how I feel. Nonetheless, this is being rolled out in some cities, particularly in Californiand this has been the response from, I don’t wanna say the general public because I wish that the vagrant and the homeless and Antifa were not a good illustration. A a good demographic sample of the people that live in that city. Unfortunately, maybe in San Francisco they are, but this is what’s happening. Take a look.
Don’t invest in this company. Look, it’s watch this.
Oh my God.
Oh, they knocked it right over. It’s not just once either. The siren’s going off because someone’s stealing from inside this bin. It doesn’t seem phased at all by the siren.
Actually. Oh man, look it
Walking away with the food now people are passing by
Who? I knock them over. Who is
This delivery robot that was flipped on side? It’s like a turtle on its back. It can’t write itself
A dog is trying to get in. Oh goodness. And someone’s riding on it. So the siren is going off. Someone else is sitting on it. Well, this is not going well. This is not going well.
Oh goodness. It’s a is it a shame? It is a shame that my thought is, what do you expect? That’s not what we should think. When something, when something like delivery robots rolls out, we shouldn’t be like, well, what do you expect people to do? You would hope people would have more respect. I think this is all the video we need to see. We get the idea. These things are under attack mostly by homeless people and vagrants and thugs who feel entitled to steal when they have the opportunity to steal if there’s no accountability attached to their act of stealing. So maybe it’s not just homeless. And when I say homeless, I either mean mentally ill or drug addled, oftentimes both together. I don’t know which is the chicken and which is the egg. This is happening in large cities. And the response from this online especially to this video is interesting.
I wanna bring up this tweet from Mark Augh. He says, there’s nothing nice or pleasing to live in a large blue city. You cannot have nice things, you cannot do nice things. It’s nothing but a lawless, dirty, trashy hellscape. Make all the fun you want of us small town southerners, but we have it nice you out where out here in the country. He’s not wrong. He’s definitely not wrong. I think we have another response here, another response here. It kind of a joke. I mean, this is like a funny, not funny story. Yeah. Big Mad Ladd says, Wally isn’t enjoying the urban diversity. It’s funny, not funny because obviously that’s a funny comment, but is this what we are to expect in American cities? Here’s, here’s the thing. California specifically, and the reason I’m talking about California is because we know specifically in San Francisco, although this is true in Los Angeles and in San Diego even as well, the homeless population, meaning the drug addicted or mentally ill population that lives on the street is growing.
It’s, there’s tent cities that are cropping up everywhere. The politicians in these cities aren’t doing anything about it. They’re just trying to demand more money from the taxpayer when money isn’t what is going to solve this problem. In fact, California has spent more than $20 billion. That’s billion with a b on housing for homeless people, meaning drug addicted and mentally deranged people. And yet it’s not helping these, these, these homeless camps, these, these tent cities are becoming more popular. They’re taking over areas of cities and neighborhoods more than ever before. So it seems that this is money down the drain. In fact, there’s a statistic that says half of people who are homeless actually declined to 55%. This is from San Francisco specifically. You can, you can see this tweet on the screen from Darren. She says, the city of San Francisco released data last week showing that 55% of homeless individuals rejected shelter when offered it.
And listen, anecdotally, I can corroborate this. My husband and I lived in San Diego for about 10 years, and he was always really drawn to helping the homeless. And he would oftentimes offer them food or water when they were out in the sun or when they were panhandling on the road. Not money because you know that what they buy with money, but he would offer them food and water and they would have fits when he offered them food and water. They would throw the food, reject it, like literally throw it on the ground in front of him because they just wanted money. They wanted money for what? What did they want money for if they said that they were panhandling for food, but when they were offered food, even food that was prepackaged as if they were in a position to be picky, if they didn’t want the food, they just wanted the money for food, what do you think they wanted the money for?
He would also offer to take them to to homeless shelters, especially ones that were run by religious people. And they didn’t wanna go. They didn’t wanna go. They, there were, there were tons of homeless shelters that had beds available. And these mentally ill and drug adult people refused to go. So asking for more money, the way that California politicians are doing to, to supposedly change this problem isn’t going to change the problem. What will change the problem? Well, we can have that conversation in a larger sense, but if you look at the statistics of what happened when we stopped, when we, when we ended, we desisted using mental institutions. The prison population went up with mentally deranged and drug adult people. And a lot of them ended up on the streets because people’s families, these people’s families didn’t take care of them. So maybe it requires a social movement as well as government action to take care of this problem, but not government action.
The way that the Leftists in California are trying to fix this problem, they’re trying to increase a welfare state and siphon taxpayer money from hardworking Americans and put it towards programs that don’t solve the problem. Maybe we have to get back to common sense how we know we have to solve these problems because it’s entertaining in a sense to watch these delivery drones be hijacked by these homeless people in these big cities. But it’s not the country that we want to live in. So we are facing a choice. Is this what we wanna continue to be or do we wanna change it.