Brannon Howse: February 23, 2021

Guest: Leo Hohmann and Captain Udell Meyers. Topic: The Greatest Threat to Freedom and Life Has Become America’s Federal Government. Leo Hohmann joins us to commemorate the one year anniversary of the murder of WVW Broadcast Network TV Host and former DHS officer Phil Haney. One year after his death the FBI is apparently stonewalling their investigation into the death of Phil Haney. Topic: Does the FBI know who killed Phil Haney and are they coving for them? Topic: Does the FBI have a long history of killing innocent Americans, setting up Americans, lying in court and withholding evidence that would prove the innocence of Americans? Has the FBI unlawfully wire-tapped Americans? The answer to all these questions is YES! Has the FBI of today become America’s KGB? Topic: Who is the great threat to liberty and life, Antifa, Black Lives Matter, the Islamists, the Marxists or American governments? Topic: Missouri county passes law that would allow the sheriff to arrest any federal agent that seeks to infringe on the rights of its citizens to keep and bear arms. Topic: States and counties in mass must quickly pass laws that allow for federal tyrants to be arrested and prosecuted in order to defend life, liberty, and Constitutional laws including the Tenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Topic: Captain Udell Meyers joins us to discuss how he is still opposing Communism well into his 80s. Captain Meyers explains how many Christians in America are surrendering their freedoms based on a twisted view of God’s sovereignty. What Biblical text can we look at for a proper balance between God’s sovereignty and man’s responsibility? Topic: We take your calls. 

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