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Tinhorn Flats, Habeas Corpus Suspension & Chauvin Trial Update

February 27, 2021

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Adam and Mark open the show discussing Mark’s client and Adam’s friend who owns Tinhorn Flats and is fighting against the city of Burbank trying to revoke their conditional use permit. They also discuss possible explanations for the variance in Covid numbers globally, the suspension of Habeas Corpus in America and before they wrap up they give an update on the impending trial of Derek Chauvin in Minnesota.

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Cruz, Cuomo, Newsom & Chauvin

February 20, 2021

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The guys open the show discussing Ted Cruz’s trip to Mexico and which one of their wives friends would be most likely to leak group texts to the media in an optics based world. They also discuss the somewhat similar hot water that Governors Newsom & Cuomo find themselves in at the moment before moving on to an in-depth preview of the impending trial of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin who is charged with the murder of George Floyd.

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Impeachment Part 2, Fire Extinguishers & Cuomo’s Freeze

February 13, 2021

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Adam and Mark open this week’s Reasonable Doubt by digging into Trump’s impeachment trial. Mark shares his opinion on the arguments that have been made thus far and Adam points out that attempting to impeach Trump over denying the election results may have unintended consequences. Next, the guys react to the comments made by Governor Cuomo’s top aide in which she admitted they withheld nursing home death numbers. They both agree that Cuomo is in trouble and that a cogent argument could be made that he was responsible for thousands of deaths. Lastly, the guys give an update on Capitol Police Officer Sicknick’s cause of death and get into how irresponsible news outlets were for running with the unsubstantiated claim that he was sustained blunt force trauma after being hit with a fire extinguisher.

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The Emperor Has No Legal Authority

February 6, 2021

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Adam and Mark open this week’s Reasonable Doubt talking about government overreach and how it has been kicked into high gear the past few years. They talk about the passing of a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package and how the government is printing money they do not have. They bring up the grocery store “Hero Pay” movement and how it has resulted in the closure of several Kroger owned grocery stores. Later Mark dives into his fascination with the impeachment and how brutal the past week has been for Trump’s attorneys. Lastly, they get into Newsom’s lack of accountability and forecast that he may be in for an existential crisis as the recall signatures continue to pile up over 1.5 million.

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Rob From The Poor, Give To The Rich

January 30, 2021

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Adam and Mark open this week’s Reasonable Doubt talking about the Gamestop/Robinhood saga and whether or not market manipulation may have occurred. Next they move into the topic of outdoor dining reopening and how stopping it didn’t slow the spread, and may have contributed to it. This leads into a conversation on reopening schools that launches Adam into a rant against the teachers unions and how they are causing the inequality gap to increase. Lastly, Mark rails against the never ending emergency declarations and how crazy it is that no one is fighting back against the suspension of habeas corpus.

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Much to Do & Many to Sue

January 23, 2021

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Adam and Mark open this week’s Reasonable Doubt talking about Adam’s morning routine and how important it is to embrace discomfort. They give an update on Dr. Drew’s health status following his Covid diagnosis and then question how it is that Adam has not contracted it yet. This leads to a conversation on outdoor dining. They elaborate on an article from The San Francisco Chronicle that posits there may be a connection between the outdoor dining ban and the rising rates of infection. Then, Adam and Mark welcome Deputy District Attorney John Lewin to talk about a chilling murder case and the parole hearing that may have put his entire family in danger. There is a little impeachment talk at the end as the guys try to dive into the psychology of the Republicans and which way they may vote.

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Cuomo, Jussie & Randy Economy from Recall Gavin

January 16, 2021

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Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about NY Governor Andrew Cuomo changing his tune a bit when it comes to re-opening businesses. This leads Adam to ask why the press don’t ever ask CA Governor Gavin Newsom any tough questions. After that, Mark gives his opinions on the latest news regarding President Trump and how legally accountable he can be held for the Capitol building protests. Then, Adam and Mark welcome Senior Advisor to Recall Gavin 2020, Randy Economy, to discuss the recall effort against Gavin Newsom.

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Capitol Deaths, SoHo Karen & LA County Dining Update

January 9, 2021

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Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt discussing the rioting and storming of the US Capitol Building that left 5 people dead. Then they talk about the SoHo Karen, Miya Ponsetto, who accused a black teenager of stealing her phone and physically assaulted him in the process. After that, Mark gives an update on his lawsuit against Los Angeles county over their outdoor dining restrictions. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark talk about the case of Jacob Blake and why no charges were brought against the officer that killed him.

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Follow The Science, Not The Leader

December 19, 2020

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Mark opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt giving an update on his lawsuit against Los Angeles County over their outdoor dining ban. Then they talk about how the release of the Hunter Biden laptop scandal was mishandled. After that, the guys discuss LA Mayor Eric Garcetti denying being witness to his advisor Rick Scott’s alleged sexual harassment. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark talk about US Representative Eric Swalwell’s ties to a Chinese spy.

Where is Mercy & Heroes on Twitter

December 12, 2020

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Mark opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt remembering his mother who passed away at the age of 91. Then, Mark gives an update on his lawsuit against Los Angeles County over their outdoor dining restrictions. This leads to longer conversation about the COVID spikes in Los Angeles and more efficient ways precautions could be handled. Before they wrap, Adam responds to some online criticism.

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