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SHOULD BIDEN AND TRUMP BOTH BE TESTED FOR DEMENTIA? PLUS ALL THE NEWS AND PHILOSOPHY YOU MIGHT EXPECT. with famed novelist JEFF ROVIN – #734

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Savage and Jeff Rovin discuss current events including President Biden’s latest “freeze” moment on stage with former President Obama. Savage explains the current biomarker testing now available for dementia that could lay this debate to rest. Savage reacts to the shocking video of domestic terrorists chanting ‘raise your hand if you’re a Zionist’ aboard the New York City subway. He shares how he was enraged witnessing this peril on American soil. They touch upon the double standard in the application of justice and protection for different groups, with Savage pointing out the lack of action against left-wing terrorists. Savage reveals the involvement of wealthy individuals, including George Soros and the Pritzkers, in funding anti-American political causes. Who will Trump choose as his running mate? Why didn’t Tulsi Gabbard make the shortlist? What will be the impact of the open borders and the flood of illegal immigrants? Then, Rovin and Savage reflect on the importance of focusing on spirituality and personal growth rather than being consumed by external factors such as politics and material wealth. They discuss the concept of synchronicity and angel numbers as signs from the universe. Savage shares a recent story about his own recent experience with numerology. Could there be a significance to these everyday occurrences? How does God communicate with us? They conclude by comparing Western thought to Eastern ideology and its application for our lives. 

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