Join Cherise as she sits down with Stevie Giorno, a recent grad from Belmont University while he discusses the roller coaster of events that took place after he posted a “Happy Fourth of July” message on social media the summer of 2020. Stevie details his experiences with death threats, viewpoint discrimination, and standing firm for his convictions. Stevie’s actions inspired his peers, their parents, and many others at the university who were all too afraid to speak up for the American idea and speak out against the far-left radicals on campus. We hope Stevie’s story told in this episode and in the recent book “Outcast: How the Radical Left Tried to Destroy a Young Conservative” will inspire more students to stand firm in the face of tyranny.

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