Giordano: I Didn't Know Arson Could Be Considered 'Peaceful'

The Dom Giordano Program | July 27, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
July 27, 2020 - 1:01 pm
PHILADELPHIA, PA

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Police Cruisers Set Ablaze In Philadelphia

Today, Dom Giordano led off the Dom Giordano program by discussing news that broke overnight of 4 police cruisers that were set ablaze in Philadelphia. Dom uses this as an opportunity to discuss the handling of rioting and protesting by local leaders in Philadelphia such as Mayor Jim Kenney and DA Larry Krasner.  Dom suspects that the arson was a coordinate effort, and pontificates as to why this hasn’t been alleged in the media at all. Also, Celeste Morello, a pro-Columbus activist joins the Program to provide an update on the Columbus Statue in South Philadelphia.

ZOA's Steve Feldman on Rodney Muhammed's Anti-Semitism

Steve Feldman, Philadelphia Director of the Zionist Organization of America, rejoins the show to discuss posts made by local NAACP leader Rodney Muhammad on social media. The post, which featured a caricature known as the ‘happy merchant’ looking over photos of Ice Cube, Nick Cannon, and Desean Jackson, who have all recently made anti-Semitic comments whether via podcast or social media.

Atilis Gym Attorney Update After Owners Arrested

James Mermigis, attorney for the owners of the Atilis Gym in Bellmawr, NJ, joins the Dom Giordano Program to provide an update on the gyms fight against the State of New Jersey. This morning, news broke that over 20 officers entered into the gym to arrest owners Ian Smith and Frank Trumbetti. Mermigis takes us through the events of this morning, pointing out what he believes to be overstepping of boundaries by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. Mermigis also lays forth their plan in fighting back against the tyranny of the state government.