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My Country with Mike Lindell

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October 13, 2020
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On this episode of InGrace Jim Scudder; Jr. interviews "My Pillow" guy Mike Lindell about the state of our nation.

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My Country with Mike Lindell

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  • Mike Lindell today on "InGrace".
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  • ♪♪♪
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  • Jim: Ever since I was a boy,I've been fascinated with
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  • God's creation.
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  • I'm traveling the planet totell his story about his world.
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  • I'm Jim Scudder, Jr., comewith me on another exciting
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  • adventure "InGrace."
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  • ♪♪♪
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  • Jim: For America's debut fortelevision, no one probably has
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  • ever seen youbefore, Mike Lindell.
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  • Welcome to "InGrace."
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  • Mike Lindell: Oh, this is great.
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  • Thanks for having me on.
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  • Jim: Hey listen, you'reprobably the most popular man on
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  • television anyways.
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  • Everyone has seen you,even the president.
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  • President Trump says, "MikeLindell's on TV more than I am."
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  • Mike: Yeah, it's been--it'sabout 3 million times now.
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  • So, I don't know ifeverybody enjoys me on TV.
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  • Every time they boycott me, theygo, "Boycott Mike Lindell
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  • on MyPillow."
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  • And the other guys will go,"Don't boycott him, he'll double
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  • his ads.
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  • We see enough of that guy."
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  • Jim: Well, I tell you, you havemade a mark on this country, and
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  • your story's fascinating to mebecause I've read your book,
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  • "What Are the Odds?"
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  • And you shouldn't bestanding here, right?
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  • Mike: Yeah, no, that was bythe grace of God that I'm still
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  • alive, that's for sure.
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  • Jim: You're the only one I knowthat has ever had a motorcycle
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  • crash and your parachute didn'tdeploy properly on the same day.
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  • Mike: On the same day, yeah.
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  • Yeah, that was quite--I wasgoing skydiving and I fell
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  • asleep on my motorcycle,crashed it, got up.
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  • It was my ninth jump, got allback on it, and I'm all banged
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  • up, and I had to do that jump.
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  • And I get down there and I had apartial malfunction, and so the
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  • parachute was just likea streamer, you know?
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  • I hit the ground about50 miles an hour.
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  • And there's 14 near deathexperiences that I know of in--
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  • Jim: Yeah, and notjust near death.
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  • I mean, you should'vedied multiple times.
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  • I know you also wrapped apickup truck around a tree.
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  • Mike: Feel asleep at the wheel,and that was really tough.
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  • Jim: Right, and so just--so, ittells me that God had a plan for
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  • you and has a plan for you.
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  • Mike: Yeah, Oh, he waschasing me my whole life.
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  • I mean, I was--you know, I wouldalways say, "Show me more, show
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  • me more."
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  • And I would--you know, myfriends, we'd be after the bars
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  • were closed talking about--I'dbe talking about reading about
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  • Revelation in the Biblewhen I was in jail.
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  • And I would--I'd tell them aboutGod, about Jesus, and they'd
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  • find the Lord and quit,and, "What am I saying?
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  • I'm losing friends."
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  • So, this was beforeI was even saved.
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  • Jim: That's incredible.
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  • Mike: So, it was like--whenI talk, when I'm trying to
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  • convince people of some, a lotof times I'm convincing myself
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  • at the same time.
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  • So, I think a lot of thatwas throughout my life.
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  • And now did I think the callingwas going to be as big it is?
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  • No.
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  • Jim: Well, you talk about aplatform in your book now.
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  • The platform is this idea thatGod had something big planned
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  • for you, and there was going tobe a platform that would allow
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  • you to share, you know, theimportant truths that we need
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  • to hear.
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  • And so, the platform turned outto be, of all things, MyPillow.
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  • Mike: Right, yeah,yeah, absolutely.
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  • MyPillow, it's always beena platform for a much
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  • bigger thing.
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  • And you know, at first I thoughtthough, I thought, "You know,
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  • it's going to help millionsof people get good sleep."
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  • So, I thought maybe that was itby itself, but then that quickly
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  • switched to where, you know,that's just a platform of people
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  • getting to know a platformof integrity and trust.
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  • And people knowing who I amdoesn't do any good if you have
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  • this big platform, but ifnobody knows you, who you are.
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  • Jim: Yeah, but I tell you, Mike,America is sleeping better now.
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  • Mike: Yeah.
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  • Jim: Let's goin and sit down.
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  • ♪♪♪
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  • Jim: You wrote about being kindof in a crack coma for 30 years,
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  • and you weren't even aware ofkind of what was happening in
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  • the government, politics in thecountry, but now you're
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  • very aware.
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  • So, what do you see inour country right now?
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  • Mike: Well, like you say, whenthey say that cultural coma I
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  • came out of, I had never voted,I didn't know anything
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  • about politics.
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  • I had been a cocaineaddict and a crack addict.
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  • And when I came out of that andstarted getting aware of how
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  • politics play a role, I'm going,"Okay, you got a president that
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  • was giving money to an evilempire, you have all my friends
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  • had lost their houses,lost their careers.
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  • They're coming to melooking for jobs."
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  • I'm going, "What happened?
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  • What did I miss, you know?"
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  • And now it's just opened my eyesto so many things, even
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  • like addiction.
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  • I'll give an example.
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  • There are 30-some states thathave laws on the books where you
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  • have to be--in order to be acounselor of someone that's in
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  • addiction, you have to go tocollege for four years and do
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  • all these things, maybe nothave--maybe not even been
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  • addicted to anything.
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  • Well, you think I want thatperson talking to me, or do I
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  • want someone that'smade it through?
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  • And these are all--you know,politics affects that, these
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  • rules that have been put intoplace, government taking over
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  • and doing--tellingwhat's right for you.
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  • And right now, we're in theworst--you know, this is keep
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  • America free, thatslogan I'm using.
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  • These are we are losingall of our freedoms.
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  • Everything you see, butthat's exposed themself, it's
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  • manifested this crazy, radicalleadership in some of
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  • these cities.
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  • And if you look, gee, what's thecommon denominator, they're all
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  • Democratic radicals, youknow, making some of the worst
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  • decisions in history.
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  • What I see is I see politicians,and I've got to know a lot of
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  • them now, and you know the onesthat are making decisions based
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  • on politics or their own agenda,one of those two, it's very
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  • rare, and but they're there.
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  • It's mostly on the, you know,from the president on down on
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  • his side, where they're makingdecisions for the people.
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  • And they don't care about,you know, the politics part.
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  • Let's do what's right.
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  • Problems, solution, and what'sit going to manifest to?
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  • And you know, politics hasblocked our--you know,
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  • our churches.
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  • You know, you got the Johnsonlaw, all these things.
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  • I'm going, "What,who made this?"
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  • We get this pandemic and thechurches are shut down as a
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  • non-essential business.
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  • And then--but yet you have some,you know, box stores open and,
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  • you know, car dealership parts.
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  • And nobody's driving, whatdid you need parts for?
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  • I'm sorry, you know?
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  • Jim: Well, Illinois closedus down too, but the abortion
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  • clinics were okay, marijuanadispensaries, the liquor stores,
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  • liquor stores were essential.
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  • And I'm just thinking, "What inthe world has happened to
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  • our country?"
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  • Mike: Our governor here inMinnesota, he opened this candy
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  • store, he was friends with them,that was a big thing in
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  • the news.
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  • And that's the world's--orMinnesota's largest candy store.
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  • Okay, hello?
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  • You know, I mean, itjust doesn't make sense.
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  • All these things that he didhere, yet our churches were, you
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  • know, you couldn't open, youcouldn't, you know, open
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  • a church.
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  • Still that way Ithink in California.
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  • I get calls my friends there areall the time going, "You know,
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  • where's the logic?"
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  • Jim: Right, so, we have allthese things coming down at the
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  • same time.
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  • We have a president that a lotof people hate, but you love and
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  • I love.
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  • I love--and let me say why Ilove him and then you can tell
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  • me why you love him.
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  • I love him because he lovesIsrael and he has shown his love
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  • for Israel.
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  • I also love him because he lovesthe unborn and he's shown his
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  • love for the unborn.
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  • No president has ever walkedand spoke at a March for Life.
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  • So, those things alone, I mean,yeah, there's other--there's
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  • always something about humansthat we can always dislike, but
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  • what do you see in him?
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  • Mike: In the summer of '16 andI was invited by Donald Trump
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  • before he was president to meetme in a private meeting in New
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  • York City.
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  • And here I go out there, thisex crack addict, and I'm
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  • all nervous.
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  • I walk in there, itwas just him and I.
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  • He says, "Mike, youalways wear your cross.
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  • Are you a Christian?"
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  • I said, "Yes, and Mr. Trump,this is a divine appointment."
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  • And we started talking backand forth, and somebody said,
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  • "Whatever you do, don't tellhim you're a crack addict."
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  • And I said, "You know, I wasa crack addict, you know?
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  • Let me just put itright out there."
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  • Jim: That's how Trump istoo, just putting it out.
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  • Mike: Yeah, I just put it outthere and I said, "You know, I
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  • want to have this foundation andthis network that's going to rid
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  • this country of drug--youknow, drug addiction and
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  • other addictions."
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  • And he goes, "I'm goingto stop them pouring in."
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  • And he says, "You make allyour products here in the USA."
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  • But we talked aboutall these things.
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  • And he had me--he had me rightthere hooked that he's going to
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  • be the best president ever.
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  • And we didn't even talk aboutthe abortion, you know, issues
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  • and the churches, how hewas going to--and Israel.
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  • All these things where I'mgoing, "That was enough for me."
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  • I'm going, "Wow, he's going tobe the greatest president ever."
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  • But I went and talkedto his employees.
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  • This is key.
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  • Hundreds of them probably now,and I've got to be friends with
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  • a lot of them.
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  • Every one of them said the samething, he's the greatest leader,
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  • kind heart.
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  • Yeah, he's done somethingfor them personally.
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  • I mean, it was just like--it waslike talking to this, you know,
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  • really--I mean, it was downthe line, every one of them.
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  • And it's funny, during thatelection cycle in '16, you could
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  • not find one employee thatcame forward against him.
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  • That tells a lot about the man.
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  • And they were offeredmoney and everything else.
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  • I know that for a fact.
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  • I have an advantage that otherpeople didn't get to see that,
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  • you know, I got to see in a roomwith him and no--and believe me,
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  • I've been a lot of places inthis country and other countries
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  • and very dangerous places, allthe way up to people that eat
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  • with four forks.
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  • And I read them, and he had noother agenda other than to help
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  • this country, and hecared so much for people.
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  • And I'm going, "Wow, if you usethose principles," and he was
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  • such a problem solution.
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  • Here's the problem,here's the solution.
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  • But he has a God-given gift.
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  • He knows where it's going tomanifest to, and he's proven
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  • that over and over again.
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  • And it's--so you know, I havethat advantage of knowing him.
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  • People say to me all the timenow, they go, "Wow, Mike, you
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  • were right."
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  • You know, and now we have proofof concept, and now we have what
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  • you're saying.
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  • We have all these other thingsbeing, you know, pro-life and
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  • being pro-Israel andall these things.
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  • What he does, hetakes a silo out.
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  • It's like, you know, every dayhe'll look at a thing and say,
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  • Mike: This is spiritual warfare.
  • 00:11:25.684 --> 00:11:27.553
  • I feel I'm sitting inground zero in Minnesota.
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  • You know, all the evil that cameout of Minnesota and all these
  • 00:11:30.522 --> 00:11:32.825
  • terrible decisions.
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  • In the past, Minnesota was oneof these states where you get
  • 00:11:34.727 --> 00:11:37.396
  • there, why vote?
  • 00:11:37.429 --> 00:11:39.264
  • Because it's going to--we'regoing to lose anyway.
  • 00:11:39.298 --> 00:11:41.166
  • A lot of my friends that nevervoted because they're going to
  • 00:11:41.200 --> 00:11:42.968
  • lose anyway, you know?
  • 00:11:43.001 --> 00:11:44.770
  • So, what's the sense,what's the point?
  • 00:11:44.803 --> 00:11:46.572
  • Well, now that changed,that changed in '16.
  • 00:11:46.605 --> 00:11:48.874
  • We came within a percentagepoint and a half.
  • 00:11:48.907 --> 00:11:51.176
  • And a few--one more rally andhe would've won Minnesota.
  • 00:11:51.210 --> 00:11:55.047
  • But now we have, as you know, wehave an advantage other states
  • 00:11:55.080 --> 00:11:58.250
  • don't have.
  • 00:11:58.283 --> 00:11:59.885
  • We have Ilhan Omar, and that'sa big advantage because you see
  • 00:11:59.918 --> 00:12:03.021
  • how horrible--youknow, she hates Israel.
  • 00:12:03.055 --> 00:12:06.558
  • All the things she's doing herein Minnesota that's got--you
  • 00:12:06.592 --> 00:12:10.929
  • know, the stuff that I know onthe ground that you don't hear
  • 00:12:10.963 --> 00:12:13.098
  • about out there, and I don'teven want to get into, I'd sit
  • 00:12:13.132 --> 00:12:15.467
  • here and talk for an hour howshe--the things that she's done
  • 00:12:15.501 --> 00:12:18.604
  • here and that wants to do.
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  • I mean, this is--it's terrible.
  • 00:12:21.373 --> 00:12:23.509
  • The second thing we have thatother states don't have, some of
  • 00:12:23.542 --> 00:12:25.677
  • them do now like Portland, butwe also have some of the worst
  • 00:12:25.711 --> 00:12:28.447
  • decisions ever made bya governor and a mayor.
  • 00:12:28.480 --> 00:12:32.317
  • You know, these decisions thatwere made manifested into the
  • 00:12:32.351 --> 00:12:35.754
  • destruction where I usedto walk those streets.
  • 00:12:35.788 --> 00:12:38.557
  • I went down there the other day,seen them for the first
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  • time ever.
  • 00:12:40.592 --> 00:12:42.161
  • They're just devastated,it's like a war zone.
  • 00:12:42.194 --> 00:12:43.996
  • My friends lost theirbusinesses, had them for years.
  • 00:12:44.029 --> 00:12:46.999
  • And man, because ofthese terrible decisions.
  • 00:12:47.032 --> 00:12:50.035
  • Now, if the president wouldn'thave came in and actually
  • 00:12:50.068 --> 00:12:52.271
  • brought in the national guardhere, it wouldn't have ended,
  • 00:12:52.304 --> 00:12:55.774
  • just like Portlandis not ending.
  • 00:12:55.808 --> 00:12:57.509
  • I mean, that--I mean, youjust see, but it exposed these
  • 00:12:57.543 --> 00:12:59.812
  • terrible decisions and theseterrible governors and this
  • 00:12:59.845 --> 00:13:03.048
  • terrible leadership.
  • 00:13:03.081 --> 00:13:04.950
  • That's--you know, one of thereasons I'm going, you know, I
  • 00:13:04.983 --> 00:13:07.820
  • got to run because I gotto--I want to fix this.
  • 00:13:07.853 --> 00:13:10.289
  • There's decisions that canbe made that are common sense
  • 00:13:10.322 --> 00:13:13.192
  • solutions like the presidentdoes every single day.
  • 00:13:13.225 --> 00:13:17.463
  • We should have businessmenrunning this country, they've
  • 00:13:17.496 --> 00:13:19.531
  • made these decisions, they'velearned from their deviations.
  • 00:13:19.565 --> 00:13:22.734
  • You know, if something goodhappens, you focus on that and
  • 00:13:22.768 --> 00:13:25.103
  • duplicate it.
  • 00:13:25.137 --> 00:13:26.972
  • Something bad happens, you don'tjust fix the problem, you fix it
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  • and you look, "Whydid it happen?"
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  • And you fix that, you can workyour whole--you know, just like
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  • I do my business.
  • 00:13:34.012 --> 00:13:35.681
  • You run it off silos, hey, we'llfix this, and you don't have all
  • 00:13:35.714 --> 00:13:38.417
  • these big groups like corporateAmerica where, you know, well,
  • 00:13:38.450 --> 00:13:42.521
  • let's check it out,you know, 55 meetings.
  • 00:13:42.554 --> 00:13:44.890
  • I was just with the governorof South Dakota and spent three
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  • days with her.
  • 00:13:48.293 --> 00:13:50.028
  • Governor KristiNoem, she's so smart.
  • 00:13:50.062 --> 00:13:52.898
  • What she did, she just put itback on the people, she studied
  • 00:13:52.931 --> 00:13:55.467
  • the science of this virus,and she also studied the
  • 00:13:55.501 --> 00:13:59.872
  • constitutional law, what shecould do and couldn't do, and
  • 00:13:59.905 --> 00:14:04.309
  • what would be completelyagainst the constitution.
  • 00:14:04.343 --> 00:14:07.412
  • And so many things they'redoing right now are against
  • 00:14:07.446 --> 00:14:09.681
  • that constitution.
  • 00:14:09.715 --> 00:14:11.383
  • I just did an interview theother day on CNN at the rally,
  • 00:14:11.416 --> 00:14:13.585
  • and they're talkingabout wearing masks.
  • 00:14:13.619 --> 00:14:15.954
  • Said, "Let me tell you what,if you knew what kind of masks
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  • where you don't have to worryabout what other people wear, if
  • 00:14:17.723 --> 00:14:19.458
  • they're wearing one or not."
  • 00:14:19.491 --> 00:14:21.026
  • There's all differentkinds of masks.
  • 00:14:21.059 --> 00:14:22.494
  • One protects you both ways, sogo get your N-95, your KN-95, or
  • 00:14:22.528 --> 00:14:25.797
  • your treated disposable,and don't worry about me."
  • 00:14:25.831 --> 00:14:29.134
  • And I said, "The only one's thatwere wearing masks during them
  • 00:14:29.167 --> 00:14:30.736
  • riots were who?
  • 00:14:30.769 --> 00:14:32.104
  • The ones that didn't wantto get seen, you know?"
  • 00:14:32.137 --> 00:14:34.806
  • And anyway, you know, andthat's--and that's sad.
  • 00:14:34.840 --> 00:14:37.943
  • But anyway, governor of SouthDakota, Kristi, she made these
  • 00:14:37.976 --> 00:14:41.046
  • great decisions.
  • 00:14:41.079 --> 00:14:43.382
  • She made allbusinesses essential.
  • 00:14:43.415 --> 00:14:45.817
  • Who is--who is the government tojudge that your business isn't
  • 00:14:45.851 --> 00:14:48.620
  • essential, yoursis, yours isn't?
  • 00:14:48.654 --> 00:14:51.723
  • I mean, it's horrible.
  • 00:14:51.757 --> 00:14:53.625
  • But she all--and everybody, thatpeople take responsibility
  • 00:14:53.659 --> 00:14:56.128
  • for themselves.
  • 00:14:56.161 --> 00:14:58.096
  • If you didn't want to go out,if you're safe--you know,
  • 00:14:58.130 --> 00:14:59.965
  • and they all did.
  • 00:14:59.998 --> 00:15:01.400
  • They all did great.
  • 00:15:01.433 --> 00:15:03.068
  • And guess what?
  • 00:15:03.101 --> 00:15:04.836
  • The number one economy in theUnited States is South Dakota.
  • 00:15:04.870 --> 00:15:07.306
  • Their tourism is up 165%.
  • 00:15:07.339 --> 00:15:10.642
  • These were great decisions.
  • 00:15:10.676 --> 00:15:12.811
  • And then the reporter from CNNsays to me, "Well, they're a
  • 00:15:12.844 --> 00:15:15.180
  • small state.
  • 00:15:15.213 --> 00:15:16.715
  • They're a small population."
  • 00:15:16.748 --> 00:15:18.417
  • I said, "Take their big city,Sioux Falls, Aberdeen, Rapid
  • 00:15:18.450 --> 00:15:20.819
  • City, Pierre, take the samepopulation, go to another state
  • 00:15:20.852 --> 00:15:24.723
  • with a Democratic leadership,and you--and you do and you
  • 00:15:24.756 --> 00:15:27.960
  • compare those two equal,and it's unbelievable."
  • 00:15:27.993 --> 00:15:32.297
  • You know, ten to one?
  • 00:15:32.331 --> 00:15:33.932
  • I mean, it's just horriblethat what they're doing there,
  • 00:15:33.966 --> 00:15:36.034
  • they're making--they'repoliticizing a
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  • terrible pandemic.
  • 00:15:38.437 --> 00:15:40.372
  • That's horrible.
  • 00:15:40.405 --> 00:15:42.341
  • Jim: Well, ourcountry is in crisis.
  • 00:15:42.374 --> 00:15:44.476
  • And maybe we've said it before,but this time it is, it's on the
  • 00:15:44.509 --> 00:15:46.778
  • cliff edge.
  • 00:15:46.812 --> 00:15:48.547
  • So, we need to stand up.
  • 00:15:48.580 --> 00:15:50.182
  • And you know, many Christians,millions don't vote.
  • 00:15:50.215 --> 00:15:52.484
  • Mike: Yeah, andthis is the time.
  • 00:15:52.517 --> 00:15:54.319
  • If you--right now,this is biblical.
  • 00:15:54.353 --> 00:15:56.188
  • This is--we are in.
  • 00:15:56.221 --> 00:15:57.923
  • We have a chance for thegreatest revival in history, the
  • 00:15:57.956 --> 00:16:01.159
  • greatest revival.
  • 00:16:01.193 --> 00:16:03.362
  • I'm talking about if you'reout there, this is before the
  • 00:16:03.395 --> 00:16:05.964
  • pandemic, I was with this guyand he says--he says, "Mike," he
  • 00:16:05.998 --> 00:16:09.501
  • says, "you know, people don'tlook for hope and look to God
  • 00:16:09.534 --> 00:16:11.737
  • unless something bad happenslike the Great Depression."
  • 00:16:11.770 --> 00:16:14.272
  • I looked at him, I said, "No,they had God in the Great
  • 00:16:14.306 --> 00:16:16.341
  • Depression, but they were--youknow, God was still in our
  • 00:16:16.375 --> 00:16:18.577
  • schools and everything else."
  • 00:16:18.610 --> 00:16:20.445
  • And I said, "They have God, butthey were praying for physical
  • 00:16:20.479 --> 00:16:22.614
  • things like food and shelter."
  • 00:16:22.648 --> 00:16:24.950
  • I said, "We have an opportunityof a lifetime 'cause we
  • 00:16:24.983 --> 00:16:26.985
  • have addiction."
  • 00:16:27.019 --> 00:16:28.854
  • Addiction, everybody's affectedby addiction, everyone.
  • 00:16:28.887 --> 00:16:32.124
  • You know someone or somebodyknows someone and people
  • 00:16:32.157 --> 00:16:34.192
  • are dying.
  • 00:16:34.226 --> 00:16:36.094
  • And I said to him, "Addiction isthe opportunity of a lifetime.
  • 00:16:36.128 --> 00:16:38.964
  • It's history.
  • 00:16:38.997 --> 00:16:41.199
  • You can take everyone's lookingfor hope and they're looking
  • 00:16:41.233 --> 00:16:43.702
  • for soul.
  • 00:16:43.735 --> 00:16:45.437
  • They're praying forthe person's soul.
  • 00:16:45.470 --> 00:16:47.205
  • I mean, not just physicalthings, their soul.
  • 00:16:47.239 --> 00:16:49.641
  • And you have that andthey're looking for hope.
  • 00:16:49.675 --> 00:16:52.344
  • And this was beforethe pandemic.
  • 00:16:52.377 --> 00:16:54.146
  • Then the pandemic comes aroundand magnifies everything, so
  • 00:16:54.179 --> 00:16:56.948
  • everybody's looking for hope.
  • 00:16:56.982 --> 00:16:59.017
  • And that hope is Jesus.
  • 00:16:59.051 --> 00:17:00.619
  • That hope is--using that forthe greatest revival ever.
  • 00:17:00.652 --> 00:17:04.556
  • But politics playa part of that.
  • 00:17:04.589 --> 00:17:07.125
  • We need to get out and vote.
  • 00:17:07.159 --> 00:17:09.194
  • I'm telling you, politicsaffects everything we do when it
  • 00:17:09.227 --> 00:17:11.830
  • comes to our Bible,our churches.
  • 00:17:11.863 --> 00:17:15.033
  • That's why God was takenout of our schools.
  • 00:17:15.067 --> 00:17:17.402
  • When I did my speech at the RoseGarden, you know, God was taken
  • 00:17:17.436 --> 00:17:19.805
  • out of our--we have a wholegeneration godless, where they
  • 00:17:19.838 --> 00:17:22.708
  • didn't have God 25, 30 years inthe schools, brainwashed in the
  • 00:17:22.741 --> 00:17:26.311
  • colleges, you know?
  • 00:17:26.344 --> 00:17:28.413
  • "Oh yeah, you're this or this,or agnostic, or atheist, or
  • 00:17:28.447 --> 00:17:31.983
  • whatever, you know?"
  • 00:17:32.017 --> 00:17:33.919
  • Going down these crazyroads of nonbelief in Jesus.
  • 00:17:33.952 --> 00:17:38.123
  • And it's--and then you almosthave an easier argument that
  • 00:17:38.156 --> 00:17:41.426
  • Jesus is real thanto be an atheist.
  • 00:17:41.460 --> 00:17:45.063
  • It's 100%.
  • 00:17:45.097 --> 00:17:46.865
  • I've seen thearguments, you know?
  • 00:17:46.898 --> 00:17:48.400
  • I go over to Israel, when I goover there, I'm going--hey, but
  • 00:17:48.433 --> 00:17:50.268
  • I can't tell you enoughyou need to go to Israel.
  • 00:17:50.302 --> 00:17:52.370
  • You get over there andthere's proof of concept.
  • 00:17:52.404 --> 00:17:54.639
  • You're right there,you feel the Lord.
  • 00:17:54.673 --> 00:17:56.475
  • And it's--oh this,it's physical.
  • 00:17:56.508 --> 00:17:58.477
  • Here's the Dead Sea Scrolls,here it's in the Bible.
  • 00:17:58.510 --> 00:18:01.379
  • I mean, you see it, you feel it,and that's the due diligence if
  • 00:18:01.413 --> 00:18:05.250
  • you want to go do thatand go, "Jesus is real."
  • 00:18:05.283 --> 00:18:08.653
  • But I--what I always look likein my book, I say, you know,
  • 00:18:08.687 --> 00:18:12.591
  • it's what are the odds?
  • 00:18:12.624 --> 00:18:13.925
  • Well, you're one in a million,one in a billion, or this never
  • 00:18:13.959 --> 00:18:16.628
  • happens anytime anywhere.
  • 00:18:16.661 --> 00:18:19.231
  • When you add them together, whendoes it become a miracle in your
  • 00:18:19.264 --> 00:18:21.366
  • own life and say Jesus is real?
  • 00:18:21.399 --> 00:18:24.903
  • Jim: Well, we both have a heartfor this country and really the
  • 00:18:24.936 --> 00:18:27.506
  • world, and that's thebeauty of Christianity.
  • 00:18:27.539 --> 00:18:30.475
  • True biblical Christianity isJesus is the Son of God, who
  • 00:18:30.509 --> 00:18:34.112
  • died on the crossfor all of our sins.
  • 00:18:34.146 --> 00:18:36.681
  • And we are flawed,all humans are.
  • 00:18:36.715 --> 00:18:39.151
  • I grew up, I didn't haveaddictions of drugs and alcohol
  • 00:18:39.184 --> 00:18:42.687
  • and all the stuff, but I stillsee myself as a sinner that God
  • 00:18:42.721 --> 00:18:47.058
  • had to save.
  • 00:18:47.092 --> 00:18:49.661
  • And you had a tougher life inthose areas, but we're really
  • 00:18:49.694 --> 00:18:52.831
  • the same.
  • 00:18:52.864 --> 00:18:54.399
  • Whether you had addictions ornot, we all need salvation.
  • 00:18:54.432 --> 00:18:56.701
  • Mike: Right, absolutely.
  • 00:18:56.735 --> 00:18:58.470
  • And the--and I will say this.
  • 00:18:58.503 --> 00:19:00.071
  • People say, you know, addiction,they put so much shame in it as
  • 00:19:00.105 --> 00:19:02.674
  • a sin.
  • 00:19:02.707 --> 00:19:04.609
  • There's things that happen inchildhood--addiction isn't
  • 00:19:04.643 --> 00:19:06.278
  • some disease.
  • 00:19:06.311 --> 00:19:08.246
  • There's things that happen inchild, your fatherlessness, your
  • 00:19:08.280 --> 00:19:10.482
  • trauma, all these things thathappen manifests into inner--the
  • 00:19:10.515 --> 00:19:14.519
  • devils lie inside.
  • 00:19:14.553 --> 00:19:16.421
  • "I'm unworthy, I'm not goodenough, you're a failure."
  • 00:19:16.454 --> 00:19:19.090
  • And what addiction does then,it masks pain, it gives false
  • 00:19:19.124 --> 00:19:22.594
  • courage, all these things.
  • 00:19:22.627 --> 00:19:24.896
  • And here comes in this saviorthing, this substitute to do all
  • 00:19:24.930 --> 00:19:28.733
  • these things thatyou need Jesus to do.
  • 00:19:28.767 --> 00:19:32.037
  • Jim: Well, thankyou, Mike Lindell.
  • 00:19:32.070 --> 00:19:34.139
  • And by the way, if this pillowthing works out, you should
  • 00:19:34.172 --> 00:19:36.575
  • invent maybe like a mattresstopper or, I don't know, like a
  • 00:19:36.608 --> 00:19:41.379
  • pet pillow, or maybe even a--howabout a Mike Lindell bobblehead?
  • 00:19:41.413 --> 00:19:45.083
  • Mike: Right on.
  • 00:19:45.116 --> 00:19:46.484
  • ♪♪♪
  • 00:19:46.518 --> 00:19:54.125
  • Jim: Mike Lindelltalked about hope.
  • 00:19:54.159 --> 00:19:56.761
  • The only hope that anyof us have is Jesus.
  • 00:19:56.795 --> 00:20:00.966
  • And he's right becausewithout Jesus, we have
  • 00:20:00.999 --> 00:20:03.268
  • absolutely nothing.
  • 00:20:03.301 --> 00:20:04.870
  • The Son of God came and diedon a cross for our sins.
  • 00:20:04.903 --> 00:20:08.373
  • He paid for oursins by his blood.
  • 00:20:08.406 --> 00:20:10.909
  • He was put into the grave andhe rose again three days later.
  • 00:20:10.942 --> 00:20:14.379
  • And he's alive, and he wantsto do a great work in your life
  • 00:20:14.412 --> 00:20:17.449
  • just like he didfor Mike Lindell.
  • 00:20:17.482 --> 00:20:19.784
  • Let me show yousomething real quick.
  • 00:20:19.818 --> 00:20:21.620
  • This is you and me,and this is our sin.
  • 00:20:21.653 --> 00:20:23.788
  • We all have sinned.
  • 00:20:23.822 --> 00:20:25.190
  • I've sinned, Mike Lindellsinned, you have sinned.
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