The following is a transcript from the Pro America Report.
Welcome, welcome, welcome. Ed Martin here in the Pro America Report. Got a great show today. We’ll talk with Don Critchlow, Don Critchlow. He’s an old friend of mine. Long ago, now, years ago, he was working in St. Louis. He was at St. Louis University as a, I think he’s a historian, poli-sci professor. Great guy. Wrote a book on Phyllis Schlafly, my old boss.
And he’s got a new book out and we’ll talk to him about that. It’s called, I think it’s… get the name right in a second. But it’s… There it is. Revolutionary Monsters: Five Men Who Turned Liberation into Tyranny. It’s really interesting. He’s written it in a certain way to appeal to the youth because he teaches the youth, and now at Arizona State.
We’ll also talk with John Binder of Breitbart.com. He’s got a piece a day or two ago about immigration. We’ll talk about how immigration is seemingly off the lips of Republicans, a lot of them, and certainly Democrats. They don’t seem to want to talk about it, when it, I think, is the most important issue facing the country. As I’ve told you, in many, many ways, it is the issue that’s transforming the country.
But before we get to any of that, we need to talk about Beagles. Yes, we need to talk about Beagles. Now, first of all, I want to tell you that last night I had a dream and this is serious. Noah, our producer Noah is listening and he’s going to start laughing. But I had a dream last night and I’m totally serious. And I’m sure this was influenced by the story of the Beagles, there were Beagles that were being used as subjects of experimentation and funded by Dr. Fauci’s organization, NIH or whoever it is.
But last night, my dream was that the Communist Chinese had developed a virus that was aimed at our dogs and was killing the dogs across America. And I’m not joking, in my dream, this mobilized the American people against the Chinese like nothing had. Think about that….
NOAH: Two things really quickly, we don’t have a lot of time. One, I wouldn’t put it past them. And two you want to really get Americans all fired up? Yeah. Going after their dogs would be one way to do it.
ED: Well, exactly. That’s my point is that in some ways, it’s pathetic, but in some ways it’s just descriptive, and that is to say… Well, I had a dog growing up. I never had an attachment to dog until now. With my family, we have two dogs, and I love those dogs, and I’m much more attached. Although I don’t think I’m imbalanced.
Some people are pretty close to imbalanced, that they love their dogs and they’re making life decisions about their dogs, say having a family, getting married. It gets a little distorted, but it also is just emotional, pure emotion.
And I have a theory about this, which I don’t have time to extrapolate right now, to explain completely to you except to say that dogs, a good dog is everything that’s good about the animal in our lives. Because dogs don’t have the same consciousness and same intellect and all.
NOAH: Well a lot of us, Ed, including myself, we consider them, I consider my little Chihuahua a part of my family wholeheartedly.
ED: Right. Well, your dog may have more of intelligence and consciousness than you, but there’s a different story.
But anyway, but my point here is in my dream, people were mobilized by the attacks on the dogs, and it was really devious, and it would be terrible. And it would be devastating for the country because it would be so sad. But here’s my real point. What kind of government do we have now that is funding all just gazillions of things. We’re funding the breeding of Beagles to do experimentations on them. Okay. We’re funding the Wuhan lab. However, Fauci, he wants to define it. He’s saying it’s not exactly gain of function the way the military means it, whatever. We have so much money, we do so much spending, We the People don’t know any of it.
And the idea that this is happening, it should make you crazy. But here’s my point. And I got to run because we’re going to run out of time. My point is this: Fauci might have really just hurt himself because at this point, 45% of the country thinks he walks on water and 45% can’t stand the guy. But now of the 45% that think he walked on water, a lot of those people are animal lovers. A lot of those people are the kind of PETA types and all. And so now you’re going to have some conflicted people.
NOAH: Ed, I don’t think Fauci was going anywhere — this may change that
ED: Exactly. I agree. That’s my point. We got to run, though. We got such a great show. I’m keeping short here on the WYNK. Go to proamericareport.com and sign up for the Daily WYNK there and follow all we’re doing. And stay tuned, we’ll be right back with some great interviews. It’s Ed Martin here in the Pro America Report. Back in a moment.