I don't know you know that my father know you don't know what I know.
I don't know you know my father know you don't know nothing what I know.
I know that you know what the question is, but I don't know that you don't know that I don't know what the question is, you know?
Whatever your question might be, you have way too many I know and he knows in your sentence for it to make any sense whatsoever, you know?
Try to restate your sentence using just one "know". Perhaps the result will be understandable.
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