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.
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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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.
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.
What's happening in America today is a form of voter intimidation. Aided by a media willing to exploit Black Americans to further an agenda, what you are being shown is not what is actually happening.
We explain further in this week's episode of the Felt Recoil Podcast.