Now that he’s running for president, will someone finally leak Michael Bloomberg’s secret Aspen Institute speech recording when he called for cops to seize guns from young male minorities?
The United States becomes a net exporter of crude oil, and Kanye West comes to Christ. Bill Whittle sees a connection, and great hope, in these two recent phenomena. After years of plummeting as a nation, the rate of descent has decreased, and we may now be on the up side.
Major business leader, Bob Johnson, the founder of Black Entertainment TV (BET), tells CNBC that the 2020 presidential election is Donald Trump’s to lose. No one can dominate the news cycle like Trump, and the Democratic presidential candidates have moved to far from the center to appeal to the super-majority of Black voters the Democrats require in order to win the White House, Johnson says.
Kanye West suddenly shows up in Wyoming to lead a worship service, with a flash mob in tow, and a journalist doesn’t seem to catch who’s being worshiped: Kanye or Christ?
Major Hollywood Progressive actor Meryl Streep publicly rejects the term “toxic masculinity” as bad for all, not just for men. She notes that “women can be pretty f-ing toxic too.” Is this a watershed moment that signals more civil dialogue from Hollywood, or will Streep’s Progressive friends blackball her for engaging in free speech?
Comedian Kevin Hart gets forced off the stage as host of the Academy Awards based on an old tweet. Bill Whittle feels bad for him, but hopes fans — and some in Hollywood — start to get the message. Join the citizen-producers who make and distribute this show: https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register