September 6, 2019 Zimmerman/Batchelor podcast

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Embedded below the fold in two parts.

The first segment is especially worth listening to, as I blast the leftist mob rule that is killing TNT, advocating climate fraud, and is now trying to use that climate fraud, mostly by Democratic politicians, to advocate the destruction of freedom and our capitalist society. In fact, after we finished that segment John Batchelor took me to task for calling these Democrats “fascists” twice. John didn’t dispute my use of the word, nor was he trying to shut me up. He merely said using the word twice in one segment isn’t good radio, and to this I kind of agree.

Then again, these Democrats are fascists, and more people should be saying it.



  • wayne

    fyi— audio for the mp3 download is slightly messed up for the 2nd segment.

  • Lee Stevenson

    Hi Bob, I have an interesting article regarding a genuine “left” UK politcians stand today against the far left here in the UK….
    I was going to mail you the link, but the mail address I have bounced back….
    Here is the link, reported in my old local newspaper from when I lived in the UK.

    I believe Ian Austin makes the point very well that us leftist moderates are sick and tired of the turm “left” being hijacked by the extreme left, I hope it also gives all the readers of your wonderful blog an insight into my political opinion.
    Peace and love ;-)
    Lee S

  • Lee Stevenson: I just wish more “leftist moderates,” as you call them, would do as this MP did. They don’t however. If they did Boris Johnson’s agenda would be moving forward now, rather than being blocked by the leftists and RINOs in Parliament.

    And this applies to the U.S. as well. Too many decent Democrats are willing to look the other way as their party is hijacked by fascists, anti-Semites, and outright hate-mongers. Opposing such people, no matter what the policy, should be a no-brainer. Sadly, for Democratic voters that has not been the case.

  • Cotour

    If the Democrat machine continues with the pro forma, next in line candidate offerings that they have at the moment as in Biden, Warren, Sanders, Booker, Buttigiege etc., narrow spectrum cartoon / joke candidates, they will by default and because they are unable to think / act in a different manner produce the desired results, the reelection of Trump.

    None of them are coalesing their people because they believe in what they have to say and their philosophy. Fractured is the word to use in regards to the Democrats and their party. What is that they have to say to attract their supporters? America is broken. America is the problem. Trump is a racist.

    None of which in the real world is true, and the every day red blooded American Democrat intuitively know it. The fringe is the fringe and will remain the fringe.

  • Dick Eagleson

    There are no “RINO’s” in Parliament as there is no Republican Party in the U.K. I believe the usual term of art for squishy and irresolute members of the U.K’s Conservative (Tory) Party is “wets.” I leave the etymology of this pithy term as an exercise for the reader.

  • Dick Eagleson: I accept the correctness of your nitpick. I think the point was well understood by all, which is why I used RINO.

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