The John Rothmann Show: Podcasts from August 8-12

Monday, August 12, 2019

Hong Kong Havoc – The Next Tienanmen?

As daily protests meet ever greater resistance by Chinese authorities, a seemingly inevitable face-off is mounting that could result in blood shed, stock market upsets and worse. What should the U.S. do? What can we do?

A Time to Cry

Presidential candidate, Andrew Yang, broke down in tears while addressing gun violence… When leaders shed tears, it can be poigniant. It can also cost them elections. How do you respond to such shows of emotion?

President Peddles Conspiracy Theory

In his latest thwarting of truth, Donald J. Trump villifies his predecesor by re-tweeting a post from a comedian, in which Bill and Hillary Clinton are accused of murdering Jeffrey Epstein.

How do you trust a president who re-tweets rubbish – thereby adding credibility – to something that is absolutly obscene?

Friday, August 9, 2019

Westerns – When Guns Were Good – What Changed?

America’s gun culture has gone from Gunsmoke on TV to classroom lockdown drills. John asks what changed, and why?

Intelligence Leaders Flee Trump Admin.

The country’s number 2 intelligence official has resigned. Sue Gordon will leave the same day as her boss, Dan Coates will step down – August 15th.

Donald Trump is a Racist

Trump has demonized undocumented immigrants as thugs and villains. The ICE raids in Morton Mississippi rallied around terrified children left with no parents…because of the rhetoric of Donald J. Trump.

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Mccabe Files Suit – Taliban Resurgence

Former Deputy Director, Andrew McCabe filed suit against the FBI and Justice Department for firing him as part of Trump’s unconstitutional plan and scheme to discredit and remove DOJ and FBI employees who were deemed to be his partisan opponents because they were not politically loyal to him.

Is McConnell Out to Lunch for Choosing Recess?

House Speaker Pelosi asked for the Senate to be summoned back from recess to work on gun legislation in the wake of multiple mass shootings. President Trump is willing to discuss gun reform. Despite numerous calls from Republicans, Democrats and Americans in general, McConnell insists on waiting until September before taking action.

Nadler Confirms Formal Impeachment Proceedings

Should the House proceed in the Judiciary Committee to impeach the President of the United States?


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