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Take Away The GOP Kids For Re-Education Camps


Barry Nussbaum: Hello and welcome to ATP Report. It's the Katie and Barry show. Katie Hopkins, all the way from the UK, has come to the United States to explain our political mess to us. Hi Katie.

Katie Hopkins: I think that's a bit grand. I'm a respectful outsider who's come in support of MAGA and ordinary Americans. Most of my time, Barry, I spend listening. But yeah, these are crazy times. That's for certain.

Barry Nussbaum: So, you were in D.C., and we've done a number of segments of you on the ground in D.C. Now you're in beautiful Sunny and get this free, Florida. It's not locked down. It's not the same. What's it like in Florida?

Katie Hopkins: I'm telling you, what I want to do now is pick this up and spin it around and just show it like as if people haven't seen the sea before. But where I'm looking here, three people are jogging.

There are two people out on the jet ski, just on the balcony two gentlemen are having a picnic together. No masks anywhere, all restaurants and bars open. A sense that this is a different, almost like a different world. It's like a different world here.

The reason I came here isn't just because I like the beach, but because so many people are talking and asking me, where are we going to go? Katie, where do we move to? One of the answers you hear every time is Florida, and house prices have gone through the roof.

Barry Nussbaum: Well, it sounds like hell on Earth. I mean, how could people make their own decisions about work, health, transportation, where to eat, and what to do with their family? That seems like way too much responsibility to give to regular people.

Katie Hopkins: Absolutely, and one of the great things about being somewhere where people are open and free is that it's much harder for the news media to scare these individuals because they see for themselves that everything is fine.

That's where really the mask comes in. Masking and lockdown help scare people. So, they're more receptive to fear. Here they're not receptive to fear. It's a subtlety, but I think it's very important.

Barry Nussbaum: That's interesting because I've got to read you this quote from, well, our infamous AOC. She just did a very long Instagram post, Katie, where she said the southern states, including Florida, are not red states. Meaning supporters of the Republican Party, but she calls them suppressed states that need to be liberated so America can heal.

And she said that's what we've got to do. We've got to organize. She gives the example of Georgia, where, as she calls a black woman, led the way with multiracial and multicultural organizations. That proves that southern states are not red states.

They are the suppressed states. So, the only way our country will heal is to liberate these states. So the working people can be liberated from economic, social, and racial oppression that they've been suffering under.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: "That southern states are not red states. They are suppressed states. Which means the only way that our country is going to heal is through the actual liberation of southern states, the actual liberation of the poor, the actual liberation of working people from economic, social, and racial oppression. That's the only way."

Barry Nussbaum: How is the oppression in Florida going? Do you feel like you need to be liberated while you are there?

Katie Hopkins: I tell you, Barry, there's a few ladies and gentlemen here who could do with being a bit less liberated. I've seen some sites, I'm telling you, I've seen some sites. It's so typical of AOC and the left, this weaponizing of language.

The minute you hear something that sounds lovely and something you would aspire to, liberation, dreamers. Any kind of language that sounds euphoric, you know, they're up to something. So, the minute AOC is talking about liberation, you know that means flooding an area with immigrants.

Flooding it with Democrat voters and hollowing out the state from the cities exactly as they've done in Minnesota. I think you have to watch the language of these types. But I'm looking forward to the squad asserting themselves because I hope it splits the Democrat Party.

Barry Nussbaum: Well, they're very frustrated, and they're yelling about the fact that, hey, we helped you win, Mr. Biden. When you are president, you better pull us into the cabinet. And, wow, they've got some crazy ideas.

Katie Hopkins: Absolutely, and you can imagine them missing out on all of this airtime, missing out on the special seats or places of importance, meeting in rooms together, getting increasingly embittered. Something will have to give sometime soon. There will be a lot of enjoyment for our side watching that fall out happen.

Barry Nussbaum: Well, let's talk about some fallout. I'm very concerned about what I'm going to read to you because of its broader implications. The public broadcasting system in the United States is supported one hundred percent by donations and largely by the American government.

It's supposed to be an informational, nonpartisan, non-bias broadcast system. Why? Because it's owned by and run by the people rather than a for-profit entity. Now, their lead counsel is a goofball named Michael Beller, he is the principal lawyer for them.

He got caught by Project Veritas, which does fantastic work—on camera, talking to an undercover journalist from Project Veritas about what would happen if the GOP wins. The question he was asked, and we're going to show a little bit of that snippet in this segment, the reporter says, "What are you going to do if we don't win? You're going to go to the White House and throw Molotov cocktails?"

Beller shakes his head with a grin and says, "Yes." And then, get this. He says on camera, are you ready? "Donald Trump's supporters and their children, even if Biden wins, we should go for all the Republican voters, and Homeland Security will take away their children, and we will put them-" I can't even say this and believe it's in America- "We will put them in reeducation camps." That's a quote. Here's the video.

Michael Beller, PBS Attorney: “Even if Biden wins, we go for all the Republican voters, and Homeland Security will take their children away. What do you think about that? And we'll put them (Trump supporters' children) into reeducation camps. In these times, which are unique, I mean, Trump is close to Hitler.”

Veritas Journalist: “What are you going to do if we (Biden) don't win?”


Michael Beller, PBS Attorney: “Go to the White House and throw Molotov cocktails. These kids who are growing up knowing nothing but Trump, for four years, you've got to wonder what they're (Trump supporters’ children) going to be like. They'll (Trump supporters) be raising a generation of intolerant horrible people- horrible kids.”

Barry Nussbaum: So, Katie, you've seen the video. What do you make of this imbecile?

Katie Hopkins: I mean, it's shocking, isn't it, when you hear them actually state this stuff and, you know, they mean it. It isn't just a throwaway comment. They mean it in the same way that in order to silence me in the UK, my children are reported to social services.

People come to my home to interview my children because people accuse me of abuse in the hope that they'll take my children from me. So, it is not pie in the sky stuff. This is real stuff. The other thing I should say, just in tribute to Veritas, James, and the team, is, of course, when we see one of these videos, it's a video that's worked out.

It's an investigation that's come to fruition. For everyone that works out statistically, what, 20, 30 operations don't, or they don't get what they need. The teams- I've met a number of their operatives, and it's the dedication it is simply incredible.

I mean, I just guess it is applause, plaudits, and a reminder of how much effort goes into making this truth heard. I think you and I when we wonder, does the truth matter anymore? James O'Keefe and Veritas are proof that the truth still has a massive impact when it's heard.

Barry Nussbaum: Let me ask you in a broader sense, Katie if these goofballs comments were really disseminated widely. Is there a group of percentages, an estimation in your mind of the number of people that voted for Joe Biden that would say, “Yeah, let's go round up Barry's kids and Katie's kids, and we're going to send them to camp?” So, we're going to pattern those camps after the ones that Mao Zedong built in China so that by the time the kids come back, they will know the truth.

Katie Hopkins: Yeah, I absolutely think that level of hatred for our side exists on the left. There is a hatred for Trump supporters or conservatives, and that hatred knows no bounds. I absolutely think people genuinely feel like this.

I think you are letting him off lightly by calling him a goofball. I think that if this incredibly important individual in an important and well-funded organization thinks this way, and many others do, too.

Barry Nussbaum: He's their lawyer. He's not the guy that answers the phone and cleans out the trash bins. He's their lawyer and he talked like that. I can't even imagine what the rank-and-file at PBS must be thinking.

Katie Hopkins: You're not wrong, Barry. It's a sign of the times. But still, that's the darkness, and we're on the side of the night. Whatever goes on, I will always come back to us. We are the good guys, and that's a very good thing.

Barry Nussbaum: Yeah. It's pretty sad right now. Thanks, Katie, for joining us all the way from beautiful Florida. I'm glad you've escaped from Washington, D.C.

Katie Hopkins: Thank you.


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