Giordano: 'The All Out Full Court Press Is Not About Guns, It's About White Supremacy Trump'

Dom Giordano Program Recap | August 5, 2019

The Dom Giordano Program
August 05, 2019 - 2:20 pm

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Today on the show, Dom Giordano led off by talking about the two mass shootings over the weekend, one in El Paso, Texas and the other in Dayton, Ohio. With only a week to go until the anniversary of Charlottesville, Dom recognized that the talking points are not centered on  gun control as much as they are centered around ‘TRUMP IS RACIST.’ Dom plays back the comments Trump originally made in Charlottesville, and points out the nasty mincing of words and editorializing that the mainstream media used to paint a picture of Trump as a racist. All it takes is to play the full context of Trump’s statement to hear that he did, in fact, condemn white supremacy during the speech which ignited racism claims against the President. Then Dan makes the argument that, since the Dayton shooter was a supporter of Elizabeth Warren, those on the left that blame Trump should take a step back and realize that the blame should be placed solely on the shooter, specifically mental illness. It’s not fair to blame Elizabeth Warren for radicalized viewpoints, nor is it fair to blame President Trump. Also, Dom pointed out CNN’s usage of former white supremacists to further their points about racism claims against Trump and his supporters.

Richard Pruett called into the show to speak to Dom and spread the message of an upcoming Thursday Bucks Country Trump supporter meetup, where Dom will be speaking. Pruett explains the environment at the meetups, and tells how it’s a great source of networking, especially for small businesses.

Regular guest, Bucks County Courier Times columnist JD Mullane, checked into the show to discuss the significance that bullying played in almost every mass shooting up until this point. Mullane, who posted a similar sentiment on Twitter and called for a deep look into the mental health of the most recent domestic terrorists, has been spending the morning fighting off angry tweets.

Finally, in a radio exclusive, Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub called in to discuss a man who was picked up by Tullytown police after making threats against Temple University. 29-year-old Patrick Buehler was arraigned Saturday on misdemeanor terroristic threats after allegedly speaking with another customer in the sporting goods department at the Walmart in Tullytown about Temple security while purchasing five boxes of ammunition. Weintraub explained the situation and told how the Bucks County District Attorney’s office will be proceeding with the charges.