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  • Announcer: Welcome back to The David Pakman Show.

  • David: Several new members I want to say hello to, Louis, new members of the David Pakman

  • Show membership program: Peter Buck, Noah Brownstone, Kyle Hagan, Rachel Shay, and Sean

  • Snyder. Welcome. Welcome to all of you and many others as well who have chosen to remain

  • anonymous. Probably smart if you're looking to apply for any jobs, right? Last thing you

  • need to be associated with...

  • Louis: Is the Progressive Mafia.

  • David: Yeah. No question about it. All right. Are U.S. government microwave mind control

  • tests causing TV presenters' brains to melt down? You know what I'm talking about, Louis,

  • you've seen a bunch of these meltdowns happen recently.

  • Louis: Yes. Very strange stuff.

  • David: I guess apparently, this one we don't have video of, but I'll give you some video

  • and audio from some, Judge Judy I guess had to stop her TV-- or, her courtroom TV show

  • the other day because she went into one of these nonsense language rants. And I've got

  • a bunch of these to play for you.

  • Here is... this is Serene Branson, and this is... she is the... this was a Grammy reporter.

  • So we'll put up the video for our TV audience, and also the audio. This is what happened.

  • And some people are saying this has to be the U.S. government doing microwave tests.

  • I don't buy into... it's a conspiracy theory, as we know, and we'll talk to Jesse Ventura

  • about those, but I don't know what the explanation is. Maybe some kind of stroke? Let's see.

  • Serene Branson: Well, a very, very heavy... heavy du-- burtation tonight. We had a very

  • darison by... let's go ahead [gibberish]

  • David: OK. So that was weird, right? I mean, what... there's really no clear explanation

  • from that. I guess afterwards she said she had a headache, and she just didn't really

  • know...

  • Louis: But see, she did... she did realize that she was doing it, and she looked... she

  • kind of had that look on her face like what the hell is going on?

  • David: All right, well, here's another one.

  • Susan Siman: ... Spann reporting from our Rock County Bureau at the "Jamesville Gazette".

  • Thanks, Margo.

  • David: We'll have to turn this one way up.

  • Sarah Carlson: Well, Wisconsin has officially joined 25 other states in a lawsuit against

  • President Obama's health care reform law. Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen says Wisconsin

  • is the latest state, including Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Ohio, and Wyoming to join Florida's

  • suit... the states claiming the exorcisk saw [gibberish]

  • David: OK, yeah. So then the other anchorwoman obviously is a little bit distraught. And

  • then here's one, also, from Canada, so this not just happening in the U.S., Louis.

  • Mark McCallister: Now, Defense Minister McCain... McCloud... did confirm today that more than

  • sifty-four 18 fighter jets are spending about as much as 20 and ready to assist the 600...

  • hundred deployed over the [gibberish] Now, it did depend that how the [gibberish] while

  • the university... or, the UN mission as whole received support from all patteries in the

  • hues of the gardens of today. Excuse me.

  • David: Yeah. Yeah, so... [laughs]

  • Louis: This can't be... can this be coincidence, that all of these happen in such a short amount

  • of time? I know...

  • David: I don't know. I mean, this is where it comes from that people are saying is this

  • some kind of test that the government is doing? And I don't know.

  • Louis: Yeah, I know with the first one we played, it was confirmed that she did not

  • have a stroke.

  • David: Right. OK, yeah.

  • Louis: So...

  • David: I don't... you know, it's strange to me that they seem almost like unable to stop

  • after they've said a couple of words wrong, but maybe when you're in the zone with the

  • teleprompter, you just keep going, even if what you're saying is comlete gibberish. Because

  • usually, when reporters just trip over a couple of words they apologize, they correct themselves,

  • but it's... this is, it's almost like the brain... they're not even aware that they're

  • just talking gibberish.

  • Louis: And some... now, see, I think... I think they, to an extent, they are aware,

  • because I think...

  • David: They know something's wrong.

  • Louis: I think when you're having a stroke, that's when you... that's when most people

  • don't realize that they're speaking gibberish, or...

  • David: Yeah, no, I'm not saying these are strokes, but it was a question that was brought

  • up.

  • Louis: Yeah. Right, right. Right.

  • David: I just... some people are saying what it is is that they've got an IFB in their

  • ear and there's a producer talking to them, and it just starts distracting them and they

  • lose the train of thought, but that's been going on for years, too. I don't know. I don't

  • know what it is that is causing these to all happen. It's very bizarre, though.

  • Louis: I could see it being some type of... some type of frequency or some type of...

  • something just changes things.

  • David: Something's tweaking in there. [Laughs]

  • Louis: Something that breaks your...

  • David: Concentration? I mean, it sounds like-- is Louis having one of these moments right

  • now? Like are you doing the thing right now?

  • Louis: I'm not doing the thing.

  • David: OK.

  • [Unintelligible voice]

  • David: Yeah. The peanut gallery in the back is saying every time Louis talks it's one

  • of these gibberish rants. But that's not... we'll leave that type of comment to the audience.

  • We don't want to impose that.

  • Louis: I could see something just jumbling things up there.

  • David: Yeah.

  • Louis: It's just very weird that all of a sudden this is happening everywhere.

  • David: It is strange. So if anybody has any suggestions, any doctors listen to the show,

  • please tell me what it is that might be causing this. I don't subscribe to the microwave test

  • theory.

  • Louis: No. I read some comments from some of these videos, and people are saying don't

  • keep cell phones in your pockets, like, you know, iPads, wi-fi.

  • David: Yeah.

  • Louis: All sorts of wireless stuff. I don't know.

  • David: Yeah. You stay away from it all, right?

  • Louis: It's pretty much unavoidable, actually.

  • David: OK. Well, I guess there's not much else to say about it.

  • Transcript provided by Alex Wickersham and www.Subscriptorium.com. For transcripts, translations,

  • captions, and subtitles, or for more information, visit www.Subscriptorium.com, or contact Alex

  • at subscriptorium@gmail.com.

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