He's loud, he's passionate, and he's not afraid to speak up to those who want to try to silence him. He's David Clyde and he's the main man of the hottest political talk show on WBOB, the WildSide. This past WildSide episode was especially special as the Professor was joined up with an old friend from his past: Info Wars and WBOB Legend Dan Bidondi. With these two political talkshow power weights on the air waves, you know it was going to be something special.
A slew of things happened since the last Wild Side show with more police officers being gunned down, the terrorist attack in Nice, France, and how it seems that the country is slowly being divided up to where it's now becoming white vs. black. Both Dave & Dan have a a thoughtful discussion of what's going on and why the country is going down in flames, how Liberals continue to empower the BLM movement while leaving military & law officer personnel out to be devoured by the wolves.
Joining the duo is a slew of familiar faces on the WildSide.
First you had Rick Ferran from Uncle Sam's Misguided Children join on to talk about a who variety of topics from BLM and how the Democratic party is supporting them, the recent terrorist attack in Nice, France, and how the GOP party is squabbling at each other's throats because of Donald Trump's nomination.
Then you had the Real Deal herself, Doreen Costa, call in from the Republican National Convention to give an eyewitness account of what's going on there, who is there speaking, and who is not there (*cough* *cough* Kasich *cough* *cough).
Finally, you had Scott Rotondo discuss with Dan & Dave about the recent police shootings, and about the Republican National Convention, saying that how he's surprised people like Kasich, the Bush family, and Romney are not showing up.
It's a full WildSide episode that you should definitely tune into. Click play and have a listen.
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