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Action Radio: Geez! Stop the Martial Law Talk Already! It's Not Helping!!!

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Action Radio Show Notes:   12/4/20  

7:00 - The Story of the Week, with Greg Penglis.  Amanda Suffocool joined me to discuss the crazy claim by Ohio Tea Party Leader, Tom Zawistowski, that we need "limited" martial law, and to "temporarily" suspend the Constitution, to fix the election stealing by the Left.

7:30 - The Financial Report, with Derek Park.  All the current economics as affected by the election and by the Covid vaccine.

8:00 - The Second Amendment Report, with Jim Dykes.  There were a couple of court cases to go over.  One in particular where the 9th Ciruit said that victims of police gun seizures can sue the officers personally if their guns are destroyed, and not returned in good order.

8:30 - The Week in Review.  We talked about a bunch of things including how to decertify the Democrat Party.

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