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Aug 11, 2020

When danger strikes in the heart of liberal Chicago, what do the Democratic leaders do? They secure their borders. How interesting.

President Trump issues a flurry of Executive Orders over the weekend, and we break them down.

Our Hero of the week is a Portland Cop who wants to know why a female heckler has assumed his gender during an arrest.

And Chicago's Mayor Lightweight Lightfoot is our Voda of the week.

Aug 4, 2020

Kris convinces his cousin to sell everything, buy an RV and travel. 

The Boston Globe paints a dire scenario for its readers; thinly veiling propaganda as reporting. 

AND our Voda of the week is anyone who tells NFAC they are doing it wrong. Be quiet. Let them do what they do. 

Jul 28, 2020

This week we lament the fact that fake news is getting people killed for nothing. From rising suicides rates due to lockdowns to misguided protestors dying for a cause that was made up by a clueless media, fake news is proving deadly. 

 

We break it down further in this week'e episode of the Felt Recoil Podcast. 

Jul 21, 2020

Wanna eliminate more than 5,000 law enforcement positions and save the American taxpayer more than $1.2 BILLION? 

Defund the ATF. It's a win//win for the left and the right!

 

 

Jul 14, 2020

An NBC Contributing Virologist is caught misleading the public about his COVID battle.

Nick Cannon melts down with a racist diatribe against whites and Jews.

And AOC says life without police is a day in the suburbs. Because she's our VODA of the week. 

 

Jul 7, 2020

What we learned this week:

The NFAC Rally in Georgia was a hilariously racist joke.

The Mayor of Atlanta says Open Carry laws in her state are the "sad part" about the death of an 8 year old girl in her city. A girl killed by protestors the Mayor has encouraged in recent history.

And it takes a Micah plus one Stump to equal one Patrick.

 

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Jun 30, 2020

This week our friend Stump returns to shed some fresh light on the Bubba Wallace situation. He succeeds in changing Kris' mind about it all.

We also take a look at homeowners having to use guns to defend their property in St. Louis and how the gun community gets it wrong when it comes to how they treat those people. 

Jun 23, 2020

Micah Zimmer is the newest member of the Felt Recoil family. An Army vet and gun enthusiast, Micah joins this week's conversation to talk with Kris about the true goals of Black Lives Matter as stated by their founders, and the never-ending overreach of the government in the age of COVID-19.

Brett Favre is our Voda of the week.

And our Charity of Choice is support for Officer Rolfe as he is wrongly facing murder charges in Atlanta. 

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Jun 16, 2020

Rayshard Brooks was well over twice the legal limit of intoxication when he attacked two police officers in Atlanta, GA. After taking control of an officer's taser and using it against him, Rayshard was shot and killed. 

In this episode we break down the altercation piece by piece and talk about the statistics that prove Black Americans have no reason to fear the police in America today. 

Jun 9, 2020

This week we talk about the common ground between the various sides of the current discord in American culture, and how we believe less government is the common ground AND the answer. 

 

 

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