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Alright, today in a few moments we’ll talk with Hugh Brown. Hugh Brown is the executive vice president of American Life League, all.org and I, actually have gotten really excited about this gentleman. And his work, because they are putting. A a focus. On Planned Parenthood and Planned Parenthood recently released their 2021-22. Annual report. That’s right. And it shows all their spending and all their thing. And one of the key things that Hugh Brown flagged was that they use the word relentless, relentless. They’re relentless to end life. Quite a thing, and relentless to make money off of taxpayers. So we’ll talk with Hugh about that, but. First, what you need to know what you need To know today.
You know, I’m trying to fine tune something. I call it my 80-20 theory. 80-20. And 80-20 theory and I gotta get this fine-tuned, but I’ve been trying it. I think you’ll understand what I mean.
When something Goes wrong and something is off and you say, well, how did that happen? You can pretty much assure yourself that 80%. Is incompetence. 20% is bad actors, you know, 80% is incompetence. People just have bad judgment, bad follow through bad, whatever. And 20%. Is bad actors.
And so for example, when I watch the coverage and when I look closely at some. The prosecutions of January 6th, I say to myself. Were were those. Cops in on the the, you know, instigation. I don’t think so. I I don’t think so. I go 80-20. 80. Percent of the people involved on January 6th. I’m talking now about the people who you know are supposed to maintain control and and manage it. 80% are doing their Job. 20% bad actors because there’s so much evidence that the people in charge. The people with power, Nancy Pelosi and others, did not heed general practices. For how these things work. And what happens in fact again, I don’t think that 80%, I think anybody 80% that did anything at all.
But 20% I think put themselves in a position where bad things could happen. Now, having said that, I also think that 80% of the people that gathered for January 6 were good people and 20% were not, not. They were bad actors. Some were people that just got out of control, couldn’t control themselves. Some were probably paid informants or leftists or whatever. I don’t have any, but I I just, my point is, Most of the time the answer is 80-20 and especially when it comes to the question of is sort of how things got so bad and what I mean by this is also sometimes the 80% are people that go along with what’s happening because they’ve been convinced. I meet people all the time. That tell me that January 6th was an armed insurrection and they don’t have any evidence of the armed part. They don’t have any evidence of the insurrection part. They don’t have any evidence of any of it. But they’ve been hearing it so much from. The narrative machine. That they believe it. And when I watch the prosecutors and the press. And they’ve sort of entered into this mindset of January 6th and what they think of the people and how they act. I think to myself, 20% are bad actors, really bad people that are doing that, but 80% have just been swept along. And and they’re going through these motions. But I gotta tell you something.
Watching these trials. And watching the impact and how they’re doing it. You know you some of these people have to be convinced of their righteousness because what they’re doing if you pause and see it, it’s really pretty terrible. It’s really pretty terrible. I mean one of The most glaring aspects of this is that. It’s it’s really impossible to make a good, coherent argument about the jury pool. In Washington, the jury pool, Washington DC, which is where the Federal District Court draws their their their jury from. It’s a few 100,000 registered voters. I think that maybe 600, 500 thousand. And they’ve just been so, the message has been so roundly and soundly delivered of what happened that it’s just impossible, and it should be objectionable to normal people to have a system where we don’t have a jury of your peers and we don’t and you don’t have a real chance to do it. It should be more objectionable, even, or especially to liberals. But they don’t object and they don’t think it’s a problem because you know, they’ve been swept along To think it is something it’s not. And that’s 80-20 rule. Now this is not a perfect system yet. I’m working on it, but I’m just trying to, you know, as I was explaining to someone.
We saw something that was poorly. What poorly done, something that was, I can’t say what right now, improperly done. And I said look, a lot of that the easiest explanation is incompetence. 80% of the times incompetence. It could be bad actors, but I think it might be incompetence. So. Try that out if you see what I’m getting at and. Let me know what you think. All right?
Ed Martin here on the Pro America Report. We’ll be back in a moment with Hugh Brown and a lot More, be right back.