The Top Stories: RNC, Donald Trump is nominated for four more years | President Trump on Thursday accepted the Republican nomination for the 2020 race against Democrat Joe Biden in a speech that went about 70 minutes. The contrast between the two candidates and the two conventions provided a clear choice for Americans going into the final few months of the 2020 campaign. Rand Paul says he feared being killed during clash with BLM activists | After leaving the Republican National Convention in Washington, DC, Senator Rand Paul was confronted by an angry mob. “They were trying to push the police over to get to me. They were grabbing at us, and it got worse and worse and worse, and finally, we decided to make a move. … they were shouting threats to us, to kill us, to hurt us, but also threats saying shout, shouting, ‘Say her name,’” he said. This became a scene playing all over the DC area as angry mobs confronted citizens⏤leaving many to question the lack of police enforcement and the politics behind these mobs. Nationwide Sports Shutdown | Athletes in the NBA, WNBA, MLS, MLB and pro tennis all refused to play with a mass boycott that quickly became a major national story. “Why does it always have to get to the point where we see the guns firing?” questions LeBron James. LA Clippers coach Doc Rivers says, “We keep loving this country, and this country does not love us back.”
Tony Shaffer, Retired CIA trained senior intelligence operative and president of the London Center for policy research.
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The Most Important issues in the 2020 election | With the country in the midst of a recession, nearly eight-in-ten registered voters (79%) say the economy will be very important to them in making their decision about who to vote for in the 2020 presidential election – the top issue of 12 included in the survey. There are stark differences in how registered voters who support Donald Trump and Joe Biden view the importance of these issues. The differences in how republicans and democrats prioritize the issues is most telling.
Michael Johns is the National co-founder and leader of the Tea Party Movement. A former White House speechwriter and a Policy Analyst with The Heritage Foundation.
Kamala Harris: Cop who shot Jacob Blake ‘should be charged’ | Democrat vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris said that she believes the Kenosha, Wis., police officer who shot an unarmed black man in the back should be charged with a crime. “I think that there should be a thorough investigation and, based on what I’ve seen, it seems that the officer should be charged,” Protestors/Rioters attack/assault citizens in DC leaving White House | As the rule of law breaks down, local politicians continue to look the other way leaving citizens to struggle with the mobs, without protection from police officers. The civil unrest has become a major 2020 election issue between the Trump campaign and the Biden campaign.
Bernadette A. DiPino began her career as a Police Officer with the Baltimore County Police in 1985, served ten years on the SWAT Team in Ocean City. In 2012, Chief DiPino was selected to serve as Chief of Police for the Sarasota, Florida Police Department. Lt Joseph Pangaro, retired police lieutenant, Director of School Security and host of Chasing Justice.
Join us for Hour 2 with a new episode of VIEWPOINT PRESENTS. With the Democratic and Republican conventions now complete and the 2020 political season shifting into high gear, Viewpoint Presents with Malcolm and Michael Johns returns today for Episode Six, tackling President Trump’s 70-minute acceptance speech on the South Lawn of the White House last week, the mounting far-left activism in professional sports (while more centrist voices are silenced), and a look at Biden’s unremarkable and sometimes perplexing 47 years in federal government.