S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 489 | Bringing the Grandkids to Pedo Island

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For an opinion pundit, Tucker Carlson is more of an actual journalist than most professional journalists, almost all of whom are glorified Twitter-ista activists.

Tucker’s interview with Alan Dershowitz from Friday may go down in history as one of the hardest hitting interviews of the decade. No mere description could do it justice, and so we’re going to listen to and dissect it ourselves. Of note, Dershowitz contradicted himself in subtle but important ways. For example, he claimed at one point that there was “certainly” no tie between Epstein and Mossad or the CIA, but then immediately walked back his comment and said it was within the realm of possibility.

Huh? Which one is it, big guy?

His defense against having visited Pedo Island was that he brought his grandkids with him. Okay? If the allegation is that children are being abused on Epstein’s island, pointing out that you brought children with you isn’t exactly exculpatory.

But speaking of intelligence operations intended to manipulate our political system, we’ll be checking in with Christopher Cantwell regarding Eric Striker’s decision to go to bat for the leader of Bowl Patrol, as well as other newsworthy topics.

This is EPISODE 489 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!

S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 488 | More Epstein Documents Unsealed

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It’s only been a few hours since they were published and we’re still waiting on copies of the depositions from the case, but unredacted documents related to Jeffrey Epstein from the 2015 defamation suit between Ghislaine Maxwell and Virginia Giuffre were just unsealed and released to the public.

There are about 2000 pages to go through, so information about the case should continue to trickle out for some time to come. For now, we’re going to start digging into what little has already been discovered.

Also: The leader of Bowl Patrol got red flagged in California in a first-of-its-kind case where his recent doxxing and online activity were used as a pretext to seize his firearm. Even more interesting though is that Eric Striker is encouraging people to go to bat for him without disclosing who he actually is, his connection to Bowl Patrol, the type of terrorist threats he posts to the internet, or his history of having seemingly been used by the Feds to entrap Christopher Cantwell.

One has to wonder how many SPLC articles will now be written about people who blindly defended Bowl Patrol without realizing what they were doing…

The way Striker tells it, “Vic Mackey” was targeted for “online racism” and having been doxxed by Antifa. In reality, “Mackey” and his cohorts in the Dylann Roof Fan Club have been threatening people on the left AND the right with murder and rape (including my wife and I) for years, which gives rise to a couple of questions… Why did the Feds step over him to get to Cantwell? Why didn’t they inform the California law enforcement agency that ultimately seized “Mackey’s” weapon of his presence in their community? Why did it ultimately fall on Antifa to do so?

You might not support Red Flag laws, but is this guy really a helpless victim thereof? Shouldn’t he take accountability for the actual threats he made online? Shouldn’t he be held responsible for going out of his way to give the government a pretext to red flag him? His behavior was irresponsible and reckless AT BEST, and downright subversive at worst. Does he not DESERVE the legal consequences of his actions REGARDLESS of the precedent?

We’ll discuss the question in further detail!

This is EPISODE 488 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!


S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 487 | Trump Bans Social Media Censorship

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We got an unexpected surprise yesterday following the House Judiciary hearings on anti-trust in the tech sector when Trump, apparently not satisfied with the performance of House Republicans like Jim Jordan, issued a statement directing the FCC and Department of Commerce to allow torts against social media companies who editorialize and curate content on behalf of users through the use of censorship and shadowbanning.

The guidance clarifies that the first amendment applies to social media, and that companies who engage in censorship will be made liable for all content published on their site. Or, in other words, social media companies who censor users will forfeit their Section 230(c) immunity under the Communications Decency Act.

Better late than never, but I still can’t help but wonder why he didn’t do this before. Maybe I’m just jaded, but I couldn’t help but notice that it only became a priority once it was him who got censored…

For today’s episode, we’re going to do a deep dive on the topic because of how important it is. We’ll also be reading hate mail from someone who thinks I “deserve to have bad things happen” to me for poking fun at trannies.

This is EPISODE 487 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!


S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 486 | Barr Affirms Epstein Suicide Lie and Blames COVID for Not Crushing Antifa

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I’ll level with you guys.

I didn’t watch the full House Judiciary hearing yesterday with Bill Barr. A couple main points did pop out at me as red flags though, beyond just Conservative Inc. falling all over itself to fan Barr’s balls (try saying that ten times fast).

First and foremost, he blamed COVID for not acting on Antifa sooner. Secondly, he offered no meaningful pushback against the probable lie that Jeffrey Epstein killed himself. Your humble correspondent couldn’t help but infer as a result that the bluster and apparent disagreement between House Democrats and the Attorney General was mostly for show.

Also, the petrodollar is back in the news. It’s been a while since we’ve covered it so I figured we’d do a bit of a broad summary on the topic for those who are still a little wet behind the ears and need to be red pilled on how the dollar’s status as world reserve currency is the cornerstone of all other political issues, including war and immigration.

This is EPISODE 486 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!

S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 485 | Stop Calling Them Protesters

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The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their proper names.

People who loot, burn, pillage, and terrorize in the name of seizing the means of production and erasing white people from the face of the planet aren’t PROTESTERS; they’re communists, rioters, and terrorists engaged in an open conspiracy to commit genocide and destroy the nation.

Strictly speaking, the government shouldn’t even treat them like people because they don’t deserve it.

These terrorists become more emboldened with every passing day. That’s what happens when the state monopolizes the production of territorial defense and then lays down on the job. Meanwhile, people who take self-defense into their own hand are subjected to trial-by-media where they are presumed to be guilty of attempted murder (or even murder) until proven innocent.

And one has to wonder… if black bloc communists with improvised IEDs and AK47s are inspired by government inaction to commit coordinated attacks on sites in American cities, what’s to stop a foreign country with an actual military from doing the same but worse?

This is going to spiral out of control unless the President takes bold action. Speaking of which, I had a chance yesterday to speak with political prisoner Christopher Cantwell on the topic. He’s no stranger to leftist lawfare or our two-tier justice system.

This is EPISODE 485 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!