10 Jul July10, 2016
The First Five
Debbie takes up the shootings of police officers in Dallas. America is clearly at a crossroads. The trashing of the police; the sewer of social media—all need to be examined by thoughtful people.
Too many lies are being fomented by social media, and they are influencing the most ignorant among us. “Hands up, don’t shoot” never happened in Ferguson, Missouri; the supervising onsite officer at the time Eric Garner was arrested was a black woman. The narratives of racist, trigger happy white police attacking defenseless black—driven off of these stories—are simply lies. Pushing them sadly deflects attention from incidents that may truly warrant punishment of police.
Crime data must be examined…listen to the truth.
So what will it take to bring healing to America? Honest acceptance of facts and data, and willingness to speak truth about motive, will be a start. The ignorance of CNN commentators on the Constitution’s ‘three-fifths’ rule is astounding.
In the second hour….
Leading ladies Chris Davis and Drinda Randall join Debbie for the second hour roundtable.
One Question and Two Rapid Fire Answers: What should serious patriotic Americans DO to help heal the racial tension in America? What is it going to take to turn things around? AND Will the Dallas police officers deaths impact the fall elections?
Listen to a great discussion.
Catherine Engelbrecht, founder of True the Vote, calls in to talk about where things stand with her organization’s watchdog observations as America approaches the November2016 election. Sadly, not a particularly optimistic report, and future trends in federal and state legislatures are even more worrisome. People need to wake up before it’s too late.
The final segment of the show focuses on the FBI and Hillary Clinton—a travesty for the rule of law in America. But Comey did provide the bullet points for political indictment of Hillary in this election. Hillary is a tyrant-in-waiting. If the millennials learn the truth of who she is, she will not win.
Links to articles reviewed in preparation for the July 10 show: