Ep 520 | Sanctuary? New York City Is a Kill Zone

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Sanctuary city policies allow murderers, rapists, robbers — the worst offenders you can think of — to roam free. American citizens die horrible deaths because Democrats love illegal immigration more than their own country. Donald Trump stressed this at his rally last night and now needs to start punishing the sanctuary jurisdictions all over the country. Then, BlazeTV host Chad Prather joins to talk about the idiots on CNN who are all but handing Trump a November victory with their open mockery of rural voters. They also laugh about the MSNBC reporter's flub of the word “Lakers” while discussing Kobe Bryant’s untimely death.

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