Ep 513 | Race Wars: Dems’ Seething Anti-White Hatred Backfires


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For a party that seems hell-bent on making sure white people don’t have a voice, the Democrats sure have a lot of white people running for president. Joe Biden says he is the best candidate to represent black people, but his civil rights record doesn’t back up his claims. Then, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam keeps upping the Second Amendment ante with his unconstitutional limits on gun rights. Next, Stu Burguiere joins to discuss the feuding between Bernie and Warren. Finally, congressional correspondent Nate Madden provides an update on the national debt crisis.

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While attending Columbia University, he joined the College Republicans, but found them to be “too liberal” and then worked as an assistant for Glenn Beck at Fox News.

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