In the clip, Biden says, “The kind of gun being carried, [Willeford] shouldn’t be carrying.”
The 2017 mass killing left at least 26 churchgoers dead.
Willeford shot back, “If it was Hunter Biden and your wife and family sitting in those pews at that church, would you still not want me to have this gun to protect them with?”
Elsewhere in the video, Wilson — who took down an armed suspect who was apparently bent on attacking parishioners at a Fort Worth, Texas, church in 2019 — added that Biden’s tax plan for certain magazines will prevent regular Americans from owning guns.
“[Biden] wants to make gun ownership only affordable to the elite,” Wilson said in the video.
Wilson added, “The fact is, the only thing that will keep us safe in times of evil are our guns. Evil will always exist.”
According to the Washington Examiner, both men — who used their legally owned weapons to intervene in two criminal acts — are issuing a warning that Biden’s “insane” gun control plan will “hurt public safety, raise billions in taxes, and force millions to give up their weapons.”
Wilson pointed out that Biden’s “dream” could cost American lives.
“Biden’s dream is to leave us all defenseless against criminals,” Wilson insisted.
“I put a terrorist down in a matter of seconds with this gun, and it’s not even a weapon of war or whatever that means. You know what Joe told me? That I shouldn’t have been armed in that church.”
“All of this is nuts,” Willeford added.
Armed Texans Who Stopped Church Shooters EXPOSE Joe Biden’s Gun Control Plan
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President Donald Trump said that if he is re-elected to a second term in the White House, people may just see a “kinder” and “gentler” version of the president who is more politically correct that he may have been in the past.
What are the details?
In a recent White House interview with OutKick, the president told interviewer Jason Whitlock that he may just have a different tack to his approach with people if re-elected in November.
“When you go into a second term, if you go into a second term, might we see a different personality from President Trump?” Whitlock asked. “A kinder, gentler President Trump?”
Whitlock explained that he felt compelled to see more of the president as he did following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Following her death, the president lauded the late justice as an “amazing woman who led an amazing life.”
“I was like, ‘Wow, I want — can we see more of that President Trump?'” he asked.
Trump responded, “I think the answer is yes. I want the answer to be yes, but when I first came here, there was so much to do. I didn’t have time to be totally and politically correct. … People don’t like me. But, you know, the softer side is good.”
The president then went on to list several of the accomplishments he made during the first four years of his administration, and said that success will also bring out a kinder, gentler Trump.
“I think the answer is yes, I think so. And I want to bring it all together,” he continued. “And what brings it together is success. … I hope the answer is yes. But a lot of it is time. … Being politically correct takes time. And sometimes we don’t have time. But the answer is yes, and I’d certainly like to.”
Ahead of the interview, Whitlock spoke with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson where he said that the president’s momentum among black male voters is increasing.
“I think we’ve been carrying on a facade for three and a half years as black men that somehow we can’t relate to Donald Trump, that we didn’t celebrate him in hip hop music for decades, that he wasn’t friends with countless black athletes, celebrities, entertainers,” Whitlock said.
Discussing the commander in chief, Whitlock added, “He is not politically correct. Those are things, I’m just, I’m sorry, a lot of black men can relate to. It’s not really surprising to me he’s starting to make headway in that direction.”
We’ve seen how the EU produced the dumbest propaganda video ever, but did you know they also produced the dumbest propaganda comic book ever? Well, they did! Join James for today’s edition of #PropagandaWatch and read along as we thrill and chill to the excitement of time traveling pandemic survivors and how the EU (and big pharma) team up to save the world from a deadly virus.
Vanessa Beeley joins the program to discuss the BBC’s forthcoming hit piece on journalists like herself who dare call out the White Helmets as a foreign-founded, foreign-funded, terrorist-embedded propaganda construct. We discuss Beeley’s reporting on Syria that clearly gives the lie to the White Helmets’ humanitarian cover and the clear signs that the BBC is set to launch a new smear campaign against independent journalists.
Today we delve into the Questions For Corbett archives for an answer to Big-_-Brother, who writes in to ask about policing in a free society. How does policing function in a free society, and what would that look like? Join James for a very timely exploration of this increasingly important question.
A bevy of President Donald Trump’s Arizona supporters took to the streets over the weekend and staged what was reported to be a 30-mile-long procession on one of the state’s highways.
The parade took place ahead of the president’s visit to the battleground state.
According to KSAZ-TV, polls show a tight race in the state.
What are the details?
Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-Ariz.) shared video of the parade on Twitter, captioning it, “Today I was driving on I-17 in Phoenix and I came across an AWESOME caravan parade for President @realdonaldtrump! Arizona loves Trump and we’re ready to reelect him in November! #FOURMOREYEARS.”
At the time of this reporting, Lesko’s video has been viewed more than 36,000 times.
Today, I was driving on I-17 in Phoenix and I came across an AWESOME caravan parade for President @realdonaldtrump!… https://t.co/OlXUYQ6iK2
The caravan’s organizer, Theresa Montoya, said that the event generated a lot of interest.
“It’s overwhelming and profound to see the support and the compassion and love for this president,” she told KPHO-TV. “This has taken a life of its own. We have a common goal and that’s to get the president elected for four more years.”
Trump supporter Karen Patterson told the outlet that the parade stretched for at least 30 miles.
“We love what he’s done for this country,” Patterson gushed.
KPHO described the scene as patriotic.
“Some of the pickup truck drivers had huge flags that said ‘Trump 2020’ or had the Thin Blue Line flag along with American flags,” the station reported. “The Trump Train also featured trucks with digital billboards that said ‘Hate Cops? Next Time You Need Help Call a Crackhead’ and ‘Vote No on Prop. 208.'”
According to KSAZ, the caravan was also intended to be a “Back the Blue” parade in support of law enforcement officials.
The station reported that “thousands” of vehicles took part in the caravan.
Trump is set to appear at rallies in Prescott and Tucson beginning on Monday.
You’ve all heard by now that The Great Reset is upon us. But what is The Great Reset, exactly, and what does it mean for the future of humanity? Join James for this in-depth exploration of the latest rebranding of the New World Order agenda and its vision of a post-human Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel shredded the NBC network after it hosted President Donald Trump’s town hall event Thursday night.
Kimmel’s network, ABC, hosted a town hall event with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Thursday evening.
What are the details?
During Thursday night’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” show, Kimmel began, “Presidential debate number two was scheduled for this evening, but instead we got two dueling town halls — Joe Biden on ABC, Donald Trump on NBC.”
“You know, there was supposed to be a debate tomorrow night, but since Trump would not agree to the virtual format that they wanted to have because he tested positive for the coronavirus, he backed out altogether,” the late-night show host explained. “So because there was no debate, Biden agreed to do a town hall on ABC that night.
“NBC pulled a very sneaky move,” he continued. “After Trump refused to participate in a virtual debate, they swooped in and gave him his own hour opposite Joe Biden. While many are wondering why NBC would schedule this at the same time as Biden’s town hall instead of on another night — or even just in another time slot so we could see what both candidates have to say — the answer to the question is this: NBC sucks.”
Joking that the move was a “peacock block,” Kimmel insisted that the network — which was once the home of Trump-hosted reality show “The Apprentice” — and said the network was chomping at the bit to get the president back on the air.
“Even though Trump spent a lot of his afternoon cryptically claiming that NBC was setting him up with this town hall, it was a beautiful reunion,” he said. “Seeing him back in primetime was like taking a time machine back to 2004 when he was just a blowhard reality TV host, nothing more.”
At one point, the comedian quipped, “Thanks, NBC. First ‘The Apprentice’ and now this. Why not a new Bill Cosby special while we’re at it?”
Dan Williams of kla.tv interviews James Corbett about the recent Forbes article warning the hoi polloi not to do their own research. They discuss the agenda behind this exhortation and why independent thinkers doing their own research is the bedrock of any truly free society.
Former NFL Hall of Famer Herschel Walker on Tuesday blasted celebrities who claim that black people in the United States are oppressed.
What are the details?
In a widely viewed video, the 58-year-old athlete and former Olympian insisted that blacks in the United States are not oppressed as some entertainers would like people to think.
He also advocated for President Donald Trump and encouraged Americans to vote for the incumbent president in the upcoming general election.
“I started thinking this poor black kid from South Georgia got a chance to represent the United States of America,” he said, referring to his time in the 1992 Winter Olympics.
Walker, a onetime Olympic bobsledder, added, “I’ve been hearing a lot from people saying, ‘We’re oppressed.’ Well, I’m here to tell you, you’re not.”
“[To] all the entertainers, all the athletes out there that are telling these people ‘We African-Americans are oppressed,’ well, we’re not,” he said. “We can do whatever we want to do. Being at the Olympics, I saw so many other countries had envy of the United States of America.”
Walker continued, “We’re the greatest country in the world, so remember when you go into that voting booth, remember the American way. Freedom of speech, freedom of religion, so many freedoms that we have.”
He closed the video, “Vote for Donald Trump. Vote for a Republican. Because I’m telling you, let’s not throw our country away. Let’s vote for those freedoms we have in the United States of America.”
Walker made the remarks in a video shared on Twitter, which he captioned, “We’re not oppressed we’re BLESSED in the USA! The American Dream is the envy of all other countries … vote to keep our Freedom[.]”
The video has been viewed more than 144,000 times at the time of this writing.
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Did you know that Edward Bernays was on Late Night with David Letterman in 1985? Well, he was, and the full conversation is up on GooTube (for now). Join James for an exploration of the insights we can gain into the manipulation of the public mind by the man who literally wrote the book on Propaganda.
Comedian Bill Burr shredded cancel culture during his monologue on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, joking that the movement had gotten out of control.
What are the details?
During his monologue — which received mixed reviews on social media — Burr joked that the cancel culture mob would be coming for him following the Saturday night appearance.
“They’re literally running out of people to cancel,” Burr said. “They’re going after dead people now.”
“They’re trying to cancel John Wayne,” he continued. “They’re all up in arms. They’re like, ‘Did you hear what he said in that interview in Playboy in 1970? He was born in 1907. That’s what these people sounded like. You never talked to your grandparents and brought up the wrong subject? All of a sudden, they went off the rails? Like, ‘Oh, God, keep making the cookies.'”
Burr also said that he’s unclear on why gay pride receives an entire month.
“The month of June is gay pride month,” he said. “That’s a little long, don’t you think? For a group of people that were never enslaved.”
The remark came with the implication that black people should get more than just 28 days of recognition for February’s Black History Month.
“These are equator people,” he joked. “Give them the sun for 31 days. There’s gay black people, they could celebrate from June 1, June 31, give them 61 days to celebrate.”
Elsewhere during the interview, Burr joked that white women — which he referred to as “b***hes” at one point — co-opted the “woke movement.”
“The woke movement was supposed to be about people of color not getting opportunities,” he explained. “Somehow, white women swung their Gucci-footed feet over the fence of oppression and stuck themselves at the front of the line.”
What are angry people saying about this?
One user wrote, “Bill Burr’s monologue segment re: WW wasn’t anything to be celebrated and I’m again disappointed at Black folks aligning with gendered insults just to take digs at white women. That whole segment was misogynistic trash just like the ‘Karen’ nonsense.”
Another added, “Bill Burr is trash and has always been trash. Not because he doesn’t raise valid criticisms in some of his comedy, but because he has always leveraged his ability to point them out to the detriment of change and the benefit of himself, and he can f*** off into the sun for it.”
“Honestly, I didn’t even know who Bill Burr was, and after that opening monologue I can honestly say I’m glad I didn’t,” another user said. “Jokes were in poor taste, not funny. As a gay man in an interracial relationship we were both offended and turned the channel. Who approved that monologue?”
Another user wrote, “The fact some of you can’t even admit Bill Burr was wrong for calling women b***hes is problematic as f*** because I be damn if my dead grandmother is a b***h when she voted for Hillary Clinton and worked her damn hardest to protect her black grandkids!!!”
Yet another added, “Before yesterday I had no clue who Bill Burr was & I wish I didn’t know now. But the truth is Hillary was f***ed over by WW & WM. The numbers don’t lie. Be offended, check your privilege, and move on. If you voted for Hillary cool. It is what it is.”
What are entertained people saying about this?
One user wrote, “FYI If you’re a white woman mad at Bill Burr’s monologue, you’re openly identifying as one of his b***hes.”
Another added, “Bill Burr is a great comic with incredible, well crafted jokes and my personal view is that the people most served by pearl clutching about jokes are the people who want to launder real right wing extremism through the idea of “jokes” that are actually not jokes at all.”
“Did @billburr make SNL Great Again?” another user simply asked.
Another user wrote, “Bill Burr has both railed against cancel culture and against idiots like Bill Maher who self victimize over it. He’s constantly evolving in the service of comedy and he also calls himself an idiot a lot.”
Yet another added, “[Y]ou know whats even better than bill burr p***ing off wine mum twitter bill burr p***ing off racists with the exact same set.”
Fox News’ Chris Wallace got snippy with Democratic Sen. Chris Coons (Del.) during a recent interview after Coons clearly refused to speak to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s stance on court-packing.
The Delaware lawmaker also said that it was Republicans who are guilty of “court-packing” — or expanding the number of seats on the Supreme Court — as pointed out by the Daily Caller.
What are the details?
Coons appeared on “Fox News Sunday,” where he spoke to Wallace about court-packing as it related Biden’s refusal to answer whether he plans to pack the court if he wins the presidency.
In a recent campaign stop, Biden told the press that he would only make such an announcement following a presumptive Nov. 3 win. The former vice president later told a reporter that voters don’t deserve to know his stance on the highly important matter.
During Coons’ appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” Wallace highlighted Biden’s continued refusal to commit to an answer on the issue and said that he simply doesn’t understand Biden’s response.
“Senator, I’ve been doing this a long time, and I don’t understand that answer,” Wallace said. “[Biden] says ‘You’ll find out what my position is after the election, and if I were to tell you, it would be a headline in every paper.’ Why not just be straight with the American voters on this issue before the election?”
The Democratic lawmaker argued that Republicans are already packing the court and said that President Donald Trump and his administration are hell-bent on filling judicial vacancies with the appointments of Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, as well as with the nomination of Christian conservative Amy Coney Barrett.
Coons answered, “I’ll tell you, for the last four years I’ve seen unprecedented court-packing. … Instead of passing a COVID relief package that will help millions of Americans who are unemployed, who have been infected, whose businesses or employers have closed, we are focusing on jamming through Judge Barrett.”
“I think this constitutes court-packing,” he insisted.
Wallace then turned on Coons and accused him of attempting to manipulate the question.
“Senator,” Wallace responded, “with all due respect, you’re not being straight with me, and you’re not answering my question. We have 23 days left until the election. Can Vice President Biden, can Senator Harris, his running mate, can they continue to stonewall on a perfectly legitimate question?”
The Fox host continued, “Biden says it’s legitimate. If you’re elected, will you try to change one of the three branches of government by adding justices to the court? There haven’t been any more than nine justices — I think it’s since the 1870s. It’s a pretty important question. Can he hold out and stonewall on that issue for three weeks?”
Coons once again refused to answer the question and, instead, said that he has high hopes for more Republicans to come together with Democrats in order to vote against the confirmation of Barrett.
“Let me just say — I’m just going to say, that’s a different issue than packing the court,” Wallace said. “That’s the question, is whether or not the court should — the Senate should vote to confirm Barrett, that’s different than changing the number of justices on the court. Senator Coons, I got to leave it there. Thank you.”
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un reportedly celebrated during a recent military parade, which featured what is reportedly one of the biggest intercontinental ballistic missiles in the world, according to a Saturday Reuters report.
The outlet reported that the missiles — previously unseen — were shown at the military parade, which showcased North Korea’s long-range weapons for what the news organization said was the first time in two years.
CNN notes that some analysts believe the ballistic missile is one of the world’s largest ever seen.
What are the details?
The parade reportedly took place in Pyongyang to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the ruling Workers’ Party, and displayed several large missiles.
Melissa Hanham, deputy director of the Open Nuclear Network, called the missile a “monster,” according to the report.
One missile in particular was so large that the huge trailer on which it was transported had 11 axles.
“Also displayed were the Hwasong-15, which is the longest-range missile ever tested by North Korea, and what appeared to be a new submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM),” Reuters noted.
According to the news organization, an unnamed senior U.S. official said the display was “disappointing” amid the recent development of relations between North Korea and South.
The unnamed official said, “It is disappointing to see the DPRK continuing to prioritize its prohibited nuclear and ballistic missile program over working towards a brighter future for the North Korean people.”
Kim, according to the outlet, appeared and waved to the crowd before making remarks.
“We will continue to build our national defense power and self-defensive war deterrence,” he reportedly said in his remarks.
The report noted, “The parade was highly choreographed, with thousands of troops marching in formation, displays of new conventional military equipment including tanks, and fighter jets launching flares and fireworks. Kim became visibly emotional as he thanked the troops for their sacrifice in responding to natural disasters and preventing a coronavirus outbreak.”
Reuters reported that Kim expressed his gratitude that not a single North Korean citizen tested positive for the virus — a previously disputed claim.
Following the news, the U.S. urged North Korea to return to negotiations.
An unnamed U.S. official reportedly told The Daily Caller, “The United States remains guided by the vision President Trump and Chairman Kim set forth in Singapore and calls on the DPRK to engage in sustained and substantive negotiations to achieve complete denuclearization.”
“It is disappointing to see the DPRK continuing to prioritize its prohibited nuclear and ballistic missile program,” the source added.
North Korea unveils ‘monster’ intercontinental missile
Former vice president and Democratic nominee Joe Biden insisted on Friday that voters don’t deserve to know whether he would attempt to pack the Supreme Court if he wins the 2020 presidential election and if SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed.
What are the details?
During a Friday stop in Las Vegas, Nevada, Biden snapped at a reporter who asked about his stance on court-packing.
KTNV-TV Ross DiMattei asked Biden about court-packing — which Biden said he opposed during the Democratic primary, and before Coney Barrett’s nomination — saying, “This is the number one thing that I’ve been asked about from viewers in the past couple of days.”
Biden interrupted, “Well you’ve been asked by the viewers who are probably Republicans, who don’t want me continuing to talk about what they’re doing to the court right now.”
The reporter continued, “Well, sir, don’t the voters deserve to know?”
A clearly irritated Biden responded, “No, they don’t. … I’m not gonna play his game, he’d love me to talk about, and I’ve already said something on court-packing, he’d love that to be the discussion instead of what he’s doing now. He’s about to make a pick in the middle of an election, first time it’s ever been done, first time in history it’s ever been done.”
On Thursday, he issued a similar statement, saying that the public would know his position on court-packing the day after the 2020 presidential election.
“You will know my opinion on court-packing when the election is over,” Biden told reporters at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Thursday. “The moment I answer that question, the headline in every one of your papers will be about that rather than focusing on what’s happening now. This election has begun. There’s never been a court appointment once the election has begun.”
Joy Behar, co-host on “The View,” was in virtual ecstasy while fantasizing about an imaginary world in which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was president.
What are the details?
On Wednesday, Behar spoke to Pelosi in a livestream interview and she admitted that she’s “dreaming of the day when we say ‘President Nancy Pelosi.'”
“Nancy, I’m dreaming of the day when we say ‘President Nancy Pelosi,'” Behar told the 80-year-old House speaker. “I think that sounds really good.”
Pelosi appeared to revel in the compliment, and issued a throaty chuckle in response.
During the exchange, Behar discussed unnamed polls that she said show Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden ahead of President Donald Trump, but admitted that she is still concerned that somehow the incumbent president will “steal” the 2020 presidential election.
“The polls are showing that Biden is ahead in key swing states,” Behar said. “It’s very encouraging in many ways — Pennsylvania, et cetera — but I’m still worried that they could steal this election. I know that the Russians are still involved. Trump’s own Department of Homeland Security just released a report warning that Russia is a key threat to the election. Now we knew this going into 2016 too, and we saw how that turned out.
“That’s why I’m not counting my chickens at all,” Behar fretted. “I’m still nervous. People have to vote, and we have to win in a landslide. … How concerned are you about that?”
‘Joe Biden will be inaugurated and Kamala Harris inaugurated’
Pelosi responded, promising Behar that Democrats would do their best to be prepared for the Nov. 3 election.
“Well, I’m concerned,” Pelosi admitted, “but my motto is ‘We don’t agonize, we organize.’ And I have no doubt that the president, in typical fashion, will lie, cheat, and steal to win this election, so we are prepared for that. I’m sorry to have to say that … but that is the reality.”
Pelosi added, “He’s trying to dismantle the Postal Service to undermine vote by mail. He’s welcoming — inviting practically — the Russian interference into our elections. But again, we’re ready. We’re ready, and I will do everything in my power to make sure that matter how he tries to declare victory, or undermine the Electoral College, or try to win in the House — he’s bragging now he’s going to win in the House — I will assure you of this. A free and fair election, Joe Biden will be inaugurated and Kamala Harris inaugurated.”
“My motto is we don’t agonize, we organize.”
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