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The NEW Project Veritas Story Should Have Everyone Concerned About The Way The World Is Headed

Tim, Ian, Lydia, and regular Jack Murphy (@Jack Murphy Live on Twtiter, YouTube) talk about the most recent drop from James O’Keefe and Project Veritas.

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Podcast available on iTunes and Spotify, coming soon to all podcast platforms!

Written by Timcast IRL

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  1. NO, NO, NO! Sid Vicious was not the original ANYTHING in the Sex Pistols. Johnny Rotten (John Joseph Lydon) was the original and ONLY lead singer the band has ever had. Glen Matlock was the original bass player, kicked out because he was considered too normal by the rest of the band. He was replaced by Sid Vicious (John Simon Ritchie), a childhood friend of Rotten's. The rest, as they say, is history… But you are correct, I used to have a reproduction of the Vivienne Westwood "DESTROY" t-shirt to which you are referring (it also featured an upside-down crucifix). That t-shirt was NOT about racism – or satanism – it was about OFFENSE-ISM: poking that square bear, so to speak. And ironically, today Vivienne Westwood is a huge Feminist / Leftist icon, and they all just conveniently forget that she designed that t-shirt graphic.

  2. Fuck you I won't do what you tell me. Fuck you I won't do what you tell me.
    Hell yes. Lived the same life in the 90s this guy did. Miss that time.

  3. Yah … No.
    This guy is a blow hard bar fly, common in rural small towns. He got fired from his job over this. He will spiral down into oblivion.
    If Veritas wants to be credible, they would focus on how active this guy was in the party, and see if there are many who claim him as their own.

  4. Dude DUUDE! wtf sid viscous was the sometimes conscious bass player Sid was always the singer always god damn blasphemy And Steve Jones was the gtr player who also played bass on the record/s due to the aforementioned condition of Sid

  5. “.To be fair”, Tim, you were never, ever, a Fukin “punk” or punk rock “. No matter how you dressed or who you copied, you were never punk rock. Period.

  6. I've said over and over and over that the LEFT wants civil war. You really think Ricky Gervais isn't joking??? Music like Rage Against the Machine, Ramones, Fugazi, Fishbone, I'm glad I grew up with that music. I knew there was a reason I was a Skate Betty😜 Saw Rage in ATL. Probably 1993. Jane's Addiction. I love Jack Murphy!❤Donald Trump is punk. OMG met the Beastie Boys!! Rude Boys wore suits. Ska music. The sub culture now is trash. Music I hear on radio SUCKS!!!!!

  7. Weld County is not "Boulder, Denver, or Ft. Collins," but otherwise good call. These are all SUPER different counties. (Denver is Denver County, Boulder is Boulder County, Ft. Collins is Larimer County).
    Weld County is WAY different than its surrounding Trump Derangement Syndrome counties.

  8. My sons favorite jacket when we had dinner parties “eat the rich” he was a punk ,mohawk, skater tatted 80% of body before it was a fashion statement . They also skated as a organic way of life no pollution , can not believe he just had his 50th birthday

  9. Less is always more. That has always been the right mantra. Don't be owned by government, don't break the law and the law won't break you. If you want more, work harder. The constitution is your freedom decree….the constitution or die.

  10. I had a job of Fire Safety Advisor for Production companies in LA County I was ordered to not talk politics as they knew I was a Republican. Of coarse I would slip up on occasions ;O) what I found was many people behind the cameras were Trump supporters. It's the people in front of the camera that are progressive.

  11. Punk is not what you wear…Its why you wear it…I don't have junk on my face not tattoos on my skin but I am NOT PART OF THE SYSTEM. I believe in America because we are the most punk of all countries! Sadly people build systems so they can have power and they get power FROM YOU. Don't give them your power.
    Peace, if we can keep it…if not then it's ON!

  12. Tim. There IS a dissident music scene. It's Country Rap! It's "Right Rap"!
    Look up Ryan Upchurch, Adam Calhoun, Struggle Jennings, Mesus, Tom McDonald…
    Their newest tracks are FIRE.

  13. To me an explanation of the corruption of punk is Green Day. Gloriously defiant music in the 90s.

    I saw them live a few years ago and Billie Joe spent, I kid you not, 15 minutes straight ranting about trump and how he stopped his car and got out and marched in a anti trump rally … I was like “I get that punk is anti establishment, but I came to hear you sing about it, bring kids on stage to play guitar, and have a good time; not listen to a lecture about political opinions and how you stopped your private driver and got out to march a bit in a protest so you could get the photo op.” It totally ruined the show.

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