Stinchfield | 06/12/2018

Google Wants to Eliminate Guns by Wiping Out Words

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History has been made in Singapore as President Trump and Supreme Leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un met face-to-face and signed documents confirming North Korea's commitment to denuclearization. Grant Stinchfield shares his concerns about getting hopeful that Kim will stick to his word. Asia Policy Expert for the Heritage Foundation, Riley Walters, joins the program and break down this historic meeting and what to expect in the future. The Department of Justice has released its quarterly report on illegal immigration that shows thousands of avoidable crimes from illegal aliens. Vice President for the National Border Patrol Counsel Art Del Cueto joins the program to discuss the influx of crime from illegal aliens and what the border patrol is doing to stop the increase in border crossings. NRATV Frontlines Correspondent Chuck Holton and North Korean Expert Harry Kazianis join Grant to further discuss the historic meeting between the United States and North Korea. Dan Bongino gives his take on the latest news of the day. Actress Bree Michael Warner joins the program to discuss Hollywood's obsession with bashing President Trump and the Second Amendment. The credit card processor company Intuit announced that it will no longer process any firearms related purchases as we see yet another company caving to the left's assault on the Second Amendment. Ken Campbell, owner of Gunsite Academy in Arizona, found out first hand the effects of this ridiculous new policy.