Why You Should Trump Enthusiastically, and More!
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Links to stories we discussed on the show are below.
In this episode:
Never Doubt Me: A Vote for Trump is a Vote for the Rule of Law
- Update on Dallas Police Massacre from Police Chief David Brown’s First Interview Since the Horrific Event’s Thursday night/Friday Morning, including what was scrawled on wall in blood
- What Happens to EVERYONE Who Consorts with The Clintons
- Even gang at MS-NBC Can See Hillary Skate Deal STINKS
- Minnesota Governor is a real idiot
Ferguson Effect Destroying Chicago
- Obama, Guy Who Lets Us Know as Often as He Can that He Assumes Whites are Racist, Lectures on Not Generalizing About People
Never Doubt Me-Hillary Skates, and The Rule of Law
The Clinton Contamination – The New York Times (Maureen Dowd on the fact that the Clintons sully everything and everyone they touch)
FBI and other federal agents must now tape interviews with suspects – LA Times (and yet, in the case of Hillary’s interview with the FBI, no recording)
Editor’s Note: The following cases did involve conduct nearly identical to Hillary’s, however, the statutes used to prosecute were different. These cases were brought under Sec. 1924, the Federal Records Act, not the 793, the Espionage Act
Bryan Nishimura Committed The Same Exact Crime As Hillary Clinton. He Got Two Years Probation – The Duran (Headline technically not accurate for the reasons listed in the Editor’s note; however, prosecutors decide what statute to charge under, and the fix was in.)
Obama’s War on the Police
Dallas Police Chief David Brown recommended these two charities on CNN this morning as best for donations to help the fallen Dallas police officers:
NRA members annoyed by silence on Philando Castile | Fusion (I suspect that, like me, some people like to get all the facts before rush to judgement.)
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