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Welcome, welcome, welcome! Ed Martin here on the Pro America Report. Got an exciting program today on the Pro America Report. If you are not getting all of it, and I mean all of it all at once as a podcast or live. You need to go over to proamericareport.com and sign up ProAmericaReport dot, excuse me. ProAmericaReport.com and sign up. Also if you are On the old Twitter, @EagleEdMartin, on Facebook, Ed Martin Live and on and on and on. Alright, in a few moments, this great show that I’m talking about.
We are going to visit with Jeanine Pirro. Jeanine Pirro will be with us. I’m not sure exactly what time we’ll get her. Maybe she may be the second segment. Third segmene’ll talk witht.
And first we’ll talk with Colonel John Mills, Colonel John Mills, retired Army Colonel, intelligence guy, had a plan about two years ago on how to influence things. I’ve never forget him telling me this is John Mills, retired military man, he said. It’s about relationships and I remember thinking, oh boy here, what does this mean? and what he meant, He went on to say was Close close relationships to people close to you. This is years ago, two years ago plus, and he met County registrars, county election officials and in his home county in Virginia. And then this county surrounding it, he went and created these relationships so he could call up or e-mail the registrar or the elections officials and say, hey, what about this? And it worked and all across the country it’s working. And so he’s a very interesting guy. His book is called The Nation Will Follow. If you go to thenationwillfollow.com, he’s got another book coming. How to fight the deep state. So we’ll talk with him in a few moments and then Judge Jeanine Pirro, who stars on The Five she will be with us. She has a new book out also, and we’ll talk to her about that. But first, let’s talk about what we are. What, what you need to know what you need to know. OK, let’s talk first about what you need to know
And what you need to know today at this moment, in this section of time is follow the money.
It’s follow the money.
We’ve talked about this before, but the reason I wanna mention this is because my friend Vijay Jayaraj, Karaja Karaja Jayaraja, Vijay Jayaraj, who has been on the program a number of times. He’s a scientist. He’s a analyst, he’s an advocate. He’s saying that climate change is overblown, how they’re treating it. He’s saying that carbon is not as bad as everybody thinks, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But he’s arguing in that space. But here’s what I want to tell you. Vijay is Indian. And he is communicating his opinions through writing and essays, essays and writing. Also interviews like mine. He did come over and give a lecture in the United States he’s, but he’s in India. And one of the most powerful things he has said. Is to describe what he calls climate colonialism, climate colonialism, and what he means by that. And let me just say what I think he means. Maybe I’ll say what I believe. When I heard that, I realized that’s the right phrase. It’s a kind of a cultural nastiness where the Americans. And the the leftists think they’re so much better than the rest of the world, that they’re gonna tell them not only how to live, but how fast and how expensively they have to adjust this. And So what Vijay has talked about and he said look, you’re coming to India and you’re lecturing us on what you think we should be doing and how fast you think should be doing. It’s another form of colonialism. It’s a form of cultural colonialism. I’m not sure that term is used yet, but he calls it climate colonialism.
Here’s what I’m saying. It’s racist.
It’s racist and it it’s forcing people to act in ways that we think they have to. Even though we didn’t and what I mean by that is it took America 150 years to clean up its act in terms of, say, polluting the environment. I’m glad we did. There’s no reason to dump toxins into the water supply. There’s no reason to dump toxins into the air. There’s no reason to poison each other, but we got better and better and better over 150 years. And we’re telling Ch-, India, you have to do it now. And here’s where the trick, follow the money. The corruption of this.
I told you this before, but I want to go back to it, John Podesta, who was Obama’s chief of staff, who has been an uber lobbyist. His brother’s a famous lobbyist, lobby for everybody making 10s of millions of dollars. He’s back in the White House as of six months ago, and now he’s got a $369 billion – billion dollar, with a B, fund, a slush fund that was created in the Inflation Reduction Act and the Slush fund is to be used to influence climate incentives.
What do you think that is? Well, now we get to the nub of it. Not only are we telling India how they have to be, we’re colonial. We’re cultural colonialists and climate colonialists, and actually the term that he used one time was imperialist climate imperialists. Not only are the place, nations like America telling anyone what to do, But now we’re also using our money to Pay for it. And it would be one thing if we took all our money and sent it to India. But that’s always the trick, isn’t it? It’s a little bit like all the money that we sent to Ukraine that disappeared.
It’s not going to where we say it’s going or where we’re told it’s going. It’s going into the pockets of the people who are involved and who are active in this directionally and what they’re supposed to. So I think we’re going to talk tomorrow. I haven’t scheduled finalized the. The interview, but I believe we’re gonna talk with to someone from the Media Research Center about how The Associated Press received $8,000,000 to go ahead and research climate change. And lo and behold, they started using the far left words extremism and, you know, fear mongering. And my point is follow the money. If you are someone who needs a job. We did this last week. Who likes to be employed at high wages and make a lot of money, You can go to work for the national Women’s Law Center and you can be the head of that and make $500,000 a year. And your husband can be the US attorney in DC. That’s what’s going on here. And then you can stand in front of the Supreme Court and rail against the ethics of Clarence Thomas. And that’s what you can do. Or you can go and you can find out how John Podesta is gonna use climate incentives, $369 billion Worth of them. To implement things.
Now, do you think there’s a good chance that Podesta’s climate incentives are going to fund things like studies and conventions and conferences. Of course they are. And do you think that they’re gonna pay large fees for people to come from all over the world to talk about how terrifying things are and what should be done? And stoke climate hysteria. Of course they are.
So not only are we racist as a country, forcing our view on countries like India. Not only are we cultural colonialists and and the climate imperialists, we’re all of that, but we’re now doing it with our own tax money tax dollars. Our own money is going to do this. The White House Office of Domestic Climate Policy is the name of the entity, the office that now, John Podesta Is in and he has $369 billion in climate incentives.
Think about the euphemism, climate incentives, cash, cash money to spread around. And make sure that the people that the people that and the the programs that you want are taken care of. That’s what’s going on. That’s what’s happening with your money. That’s what’s happening, and the worldview of this is narrow. That’s why it’s not real. It’s not really concerned about the the world. It’s not really concerned about the economy.
It’s concerned about power and consolidating power. And one of the ultimate ways to consolidate power, one of the maybe say it better, the top ways, the most powerful, the most influential way to increase your influence the most. I’m saying I’m I’m. I’m double speaking.
The most powerful way To influence things is money. You can do it by persuasion. You can do it by argument. You can do it by force. You can do it by fear. All those things are employed periodically, but money moves people. And money moves people dramatically, and when the money is $369 billion, it’s gonna move people. It is going to work. That’s what you need to know, that’s what we’re facing.
We’ll take a break when we come back. We’ll talk with Colonel John Mills. As well as Judge Jeanine Pirro. Be right back. Ed Martin here. On the Pro America Report.
Back in a moment.