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Riots and Virus and Biden: What If It Never Gets Any Better Than This? [Pt. 1]

[Part 1] What if it never gets any better than this — riots and COVID-19 virus pandemic and Joe Biden in the White House? Scott Ott asks Bill Whittle for a conservative strategy if things don’t turn around anytime soon. Have you thought about it? Is there a silver lining in this Mordor-dark story?

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Right Angle

Imagine No Police: Cops Should Stage 7-Day Sick-Out to Show What Happens

With cries to “defund the police” in the wake of the death of George Floyd, Bill Whittle says cops should stage a 7-day sick-out to show what happens without the presence of law enforcement. Can you imagine no police? Would a nationwide case of the blue flu prove effective?

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Black Lives Matter Support Leaps in U.S. Public Opinion in Wake of George Floyd Death

Recent polls show U.S. public opinion in support of Black Lives Matter surging in the wake of the death of George Floyd, and the nationwide protests it sparked. Pollsters say such leaps are rare, but that American opinion generally moves toward equal treatment. Does the average American distinguish between the cause of racial justice embodied […]

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Right Angle

Shocker: San Francisco Mulls Freeze on Hiring Cops with Excessive Force Records

While Bill Whittle brings you a shocker: San Francisco may address the death of George Floyd and police brutality in general, with a freeze on hiring cops who have excessive force cases on their records. What a radical notion! Right Angle — with Scott Ott, Bill Whittle and Stephen Green — is a production of […]

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Military Riot Control: Does Insurrection Act Allow Trump to ‘Send in the Troops’?

UPDATE: New York Times editorial page editor James Bennet resigned over the weekend, after we recorded this episode of Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott. Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton’s New York Times op-ed advocating use of U.S. military, under the Insurrection Act, to deal with rioting among the George Floyd protests, sparked protest from the […]

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Right Angle

Biden Blames Trump for COVID-19 Deaths, But Democrat Held Rallies as Cases Spiked

Lightning Round gives Stephen Green a chance to ambush Scott Ott and Bill Whittle with top and bottom stories alike. This week: Biden blames Trump for 60,000 deaths, but the Democrat held rallies as COVID-19 cases spiked. Authorities in Minnesota and New York say riots in some places were planned by Antifa. Trump holds bible […]

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Firewall

America’s Failed Social Experiment: Are You On Team Red or Team Blue?

Dr. Cornell West calls America “a failed social experiment” in the wake of the George Floyd’s death under the knee of a police officer. Bill Whittle agrees., and illustrates the stark difference between the failed social experiment, and the other America. Are you on Team Red or Team Blue? This video is a production of […]

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Right Angle

Rage Revoked: A Conservative’s 2nd Take on George Floyd Protests, Kneeling Cops

Bill Whittle’s first reaction to videos of violent protests across the nation in the wake of George Floyd’s death under the knee of a police officer was rage at the lawlessness. But this conservative’s second take was shaped by new information about about the instigating incident, and a new insight about police who take a […]

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Bill Whittle Now

The Battle of Lafayette Square Not What Every Major News Source Claims

Mollie Hemingway, at TheFederalist.com, says the so-called “Battle of Lafayette Square” — in which unprovoked cops attacked peaceful protestors with tear gas canisters to clear a path for President Trump’s awkward Bible photo op — is not what every major news source said it was. Her account largely agrees with a statement from the acting […]

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Bill Whittle Now

America Divided: Can George Floyd Murder Protests Pull Us Together in Time?

The stakes in the debate could not be greater, and the divide between views of race and justice seem stark. What’s missing from the public conversation over police brutality, racial justice, law and order? Bill Whittle and Scott Ott explore how can we channel despair and anger into something that pulls America together before we’re […]