Did Donald Trump Step in it with his comments about the “Mexican” Judge?
Plus, the BOMBSHELL about Hillary’s email scandal that NO ONE is talking about, and did a Hillary shill just reveal how the Obama Regime will let Hillary skate?
Listen to this episode to find out.
Links to stories we discussed on the show are below.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Tribute to Michelle Obama, who lives behind a big wall, and says we shouldn’t build walls
- Hillary Clinton’s Dangerous Views About the 2nd Amendment
- Truth about the Judge in the Trump University Case, and How Trump Went Wrong
- Friday Afternoon Bombshell in the Hillary E-mail Scandal that NO ONE is talking about
Michelle Obama’s Last Commencement Speech
FLASHBACK: Michelle:Don’t Go to Corp America (During 2008 campaign, she tells women in Ohio, where median income is ~$30,000 to go into “service,” teaching, nursing, etc. Not everyone can earn over $300,000 in a make work “service” job after her husband get elected to the U.S. Senate.)
Mohammed Ali RIP
Billy Crystal remembers Muhammad Ali with “15 Rounds” (an alternative opinion from one of the 3 who will deliver a eulogy for Mohammed Ali)
Hillary Says Trump Unfit to Have Nuclear Codes That Bill Lost
by Sidney Powell [Brown Books Publishing Group]
Trump and the Judge
Note: Donald, pending litigation is like “Fight Club.” You don’t talk about it.
Donald Trump Could Threaten U.S. Rule of Law, Scholars Say – The New York Times (this is the story I mentioned, but didn’t have time to get to because of all the Hillary soundbites. It’s an intentional laugh riot!)
2nd Amendment Update-Hillary Refuses to Say 2nd Amendment Right is Fundamental
Hillary Clinton in San Bernardino: ‘I will … protect America’ (She shows up in the town where terrorists killed 14 people last December? Haven’t they suffered enough?)
Remaking America File
Mentioned on the Show but Not Discussed Due to Time Constraints
by John R. Lott Jr. [University of Chicago Press]
Thanks to danasongs.com and incompetech.com for some of the music that we use on the program. Also thanks to Steve Vaus for “Come and Take it.” We also use music from Kevin MacLeod, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license