Biden family corruption, elitist liberal virtue signaling, and Glenn Greenwald resigns from his own publication.
With the presidential election right around the corner, Mike looks back to 2016 at the three main complaints that were against President Trump and how he overcame them.
We’re just days away from the most historic election of our lifetime. Mike Slater looks at what President Trump needs to do in these final hours to secure a second term.
The CEO of Twitter testified before the Senate in regards censorship of the NY Post’s Hunter Biden report story that broke the internet last week.
Brandon Weichert joins Jesse to discuss his predictions for who will win the presidency and what a possible Trump loss will say about the state of our country.
The CEO of Twitter has testified before the Senate about the censorship of the NY Post’s story on the Hunter Biden reports last week. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey claims they have no evidence of disinformation. As the election grows closer, Trump continues to rally before massive crowds and the Biden campaign still struggles with attendance …
Media’s “reliable sources”, political correctness is endangering lives, the fight for law & order, new ATF handgun restrictions, pollsters battle it out, another Biden family whistleblower speaks out, headlines, FL man & more
Five days left until 2020 election, mysterious case of missing Biden documents and Buck reads your email and comments in today’s Roll Call.
Biden corruption revelations, city-wide curfews in Philly and lockdown.
Economy roaring back, ‘Anonymous’ exposed and Big Tech gets grilled on the Hill.
Mike discusses one election scenario where a tie breaker between the House of Representatives would be necessary to elect the next president.
The 2020 presidential election is less than a week away and Mike Slater looks at the latest rallies held by both parties; Trump’s rallies have been packed with thousands of people and Biden’s rallies have been scarcely attended. Mike also discusses the scenario of a political tie breaker within the House of Representatives.