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Action Radio: What Justice Alito Actually Said Before the Federalist Society!

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Action Radio Show Notes:   Friday the 13th of November, 2020

00:00 - The issues of the Week, with Greg Penglis.  My chance to tell you all the things that should be addressed.  This includes our bills going to the White House, and the state of Joseph Stalin Biden, Prisioner Elect.

00:30 - The Legal Report, with Jonathon Moseley.  Jonathon came on for a variety of subjects in the law including our bills, Coronavirus, deprivation of rights, and discussion.

1:00:00 - The Second Amendment Report, with Jim Dykes.  Jim had a couple of court cases to go over, and the rather depressing news he things Prisoner Elect Biden will be unconstitutionally sworn in as Dictator.  Well he can't be President after all that illegal vote fraud.

1:30:00 - Main Topic - Justice Sam Alito's speech before The Federalist Society.  Here the Justice went over the extreme abuse of authority taken in the name of the lockdown, violating all kinds of Constitutional Rights.

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