Tag: Kyle Rittenhouse

Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. Quote of the Day: The Benefits of Being Soulless

 

“If you are offended yet, I would just like to remind everyone that I don’t care and I have no soul.” — Brandon “AK Guy” Herrera

Brandon Herrera, firearms manufacturer and devotee of the Kalashnikov family of firearms, said the above quote in his intensely amusing video (CoC Warning) on the Kyle Rittenhouse incident. While I support Kyle 100%, that’s not what this post is about.

In this episode, Dave Carter turns the tables on Whiskey Politics’ proprietor and frequent Real Side Radio host Dave Sussman by interviewing the guy who is usually asking questions of others. Along the way we learn that the current mass exit of people from the progressive utopia of California means that, A) U-Haul trucks are impossible to reserve, and B) too many of California’s evacuees bring their political beliefs with them and end up voting for the same policies that wrecked the place they left. The two Daves also discuss voter trends in the African American community and the prospects for the Biden Campaign, before moving on to speculate on the best way to deal with rioters and protestors who block public roads.

Dave also welcomes Ricochet Charter Member Brian Watt to discuss his recent articles addressing the similarities of the 2020 presidential election with the elections of 1968 and 1972, before explaining how the election could be derailed or even hijacked by mail-in ballot mischief. We believe you’ll find the discussion, and the entire podcast for that matter, fascinating and entertaining.

Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. The Homicide of the Truth

 

In 1918 US Senator Hiram Warren Johnson is purported to have said: “The first casualty when war comes is truth.” In the slow-rolling civil war we’re seeing on American streets, truth is AWOL from the media. The media have convicted Kyle Rittenhouse without benefit of trial. But, maybe it’s time to review a few fundamental truths and put some life back into truth.

In 1776 a group of patriots who believed that freedom was more important than servitude stated their beliefs in the simplest of terms: