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Will Johnson: Hello, everybody, and welcome. It is July 8th, 2021, and of course, we're going to talk about what President Trump has just done. What he just did, what he's working on, and what he's bringing to the table for everyone in America.

I think everyone in America would want to jump onboard regardless of which party affiliation you go with. We're going to talk about CRT; of course, we are going to because we have to. That's like the hot topic and, of course, we're going to talk a little bit about Chicago if we can. A lot of people call it Chiraq.

Channon: Huh? I don't know what that is.

Will Johnson: You know, like Iraq. You know all the shooting and stuff, so they call it Chiraq.

Channon: I have not heard that.

Will Johnson: You've never heard of that?

Channon: Where did you hear that from?

Will Johnson: Well, now, you have.

Channon: Okay, you learn new terminology here on American Truth Project.

Will Johnson: Chiraq, but before we get started do me a favor. If you never have, get out your mobile device and text W-I-L-L to 88202. Please do that—text W-I-L-L, which is my name, Will, to 88202. When you do that, you will get some free information that you need to know. This information you won't get anywhere else. You need to do it. Do it now. It is an interesting time that we live in.

I mean, it is absolutely bizarre, 100% bizarre. You know, President Trump just announced that he has a lawsuit against all these tech giants because of the Constitution. They're violating the Constitution of the United States. Well, of course, I'm willing to bet, and I actually put this tweet out there on Twitter saying, just imagine in a couple of days, oh, no, no. Actually, I didn’t put it on Twitter.

I just put it on a different social media platform. I said, ‘Be on the lookout. In the days moving forward, you're going to see exactly how much the left hates the U.S. Constitution.’ With President Trump doing this, every single person in this country should be on board, everybody. But the big tech companies, like the last time we were talking with Ron DeSantis in Florida. You read the article where the big tech companies said that Ron DeSantis was hindering their free speech. I'm like, this is crazy.

Ron DeSantis is fighting so people could have free speech, and the big techs don't want the people to have free speech. They turn around and say because Ron DeSantis is giving people in his state free speech that they're taking away their free speech. How was their free speech being trampled on? It is so bizarre. We live in a bizarro world.

Channon: Well, I think the liberals live in a bizarro world. We're just suffering from it, but it is interesting. I was trying to figure out what exactly is this lawsuit that Trump has finally announced and supposedly filed? Apparently, the lawsuit alleges, Google, which is a big tech company, right?

Trump had been removed from their platforms after January 6th. Some people are coming out and saying, ‘Hey, listen; this lawsuit could break new ground.’ I was like, okay, we always hear about First Amendment protections. We always heard people say, oh, you know, when you are out in the square

Will Johnson: The public square.

Channon: You should be able to say what you want.

Will Johnson: Yes, in the public square. As long as you're not in a movie theater yelling fire, calling for bodily harm to someone, trying to incite a stampede, or something like that. We get that, but just having a difference of opinion is the problem when it comes to the left.

Channon: Apparently, there is a gray area because a lot of people have come out, and they're like, we're not sure, it could take years for this lawsuit. We don't know where it's going to go. So, when we say that people's voice is protected in the public square.

Will Johnson: It should be.

Channon: According to the Constitution, it is only protected from the government. So, here's the gray area. Facebook and they are not the government. They don't consider themselves private entities. According to what I was reading, I believe, or maybe they are.

Will Johnson: They are private entities. The thing is, and you just hit on it. They are constantly saying that we're not the Government. The tech companies aren't the Government, and we've even had conversations with some in the past, lawyers saying that they're a private company, and they can regulate what can be said and can't be said on their platforms.

What it comes down to is that these tech companies are acting like publishers. They agreed with the Government, see this is where the catch, in my opinion. The catch is that these tech companies made an agreement with the Government on Section 230 that they would not stop people from using their freedom of speech.

Their rights to the First Amendment in the U.S. Constitution because of section 230. Then if we say something, being the individual in the nation, that would cause some kind of harm of any sort these tech companies would not be held liable. But see they've taken it upon themselves to regulate what they believe is right and wrong.

Channon: So, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which was created in the 1990s, states that: ‘No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by any other information content provider.’ So, you're a content provider, and they are acting essentially as publishers.

Will Johnson: Yes, as a publisher. Exactly, and they're not supposed to be doing that, and because they made an agreement with the Government. They're acting as the Government. They're acting more so than the Government. They're saying that the Government is not regulating. We are going to regulate because of the agreement that they have with the Government. Now, a lot of people say, well, they're still a private entity.

Let me give you an example of the brainiacs out there. If I go into a grocery store. Let's just say you and I go into the grocery store. We're walking up and down the aisle. Well, we're having a conversation in the grocery store. Somebody walks by and hears our conversation. They get triggered. They don't like the fact that we're in the grocery store having a conversation about whatever it is. What do they do?

They start complaining. They go to the store. They find a store manager and complain to the store manager. What is happening here is the store manager goes up and down the aisle until they find us. When they find us, they say, ‘Hey, are you having this conversation,’ whatever it is, ‘in the grocery store?’

We go, ‘Yes, we're having a conversation as we're shopping, but we're not making anyone listen to our conversation. We're just having a conversation as we're shopping.’ Well, a store manager says, ‘You can't have that particular conversation in the store.’ Why not? We're not calling for violence. We're not talking about destroying the store. We're not talking about anything hideous against anybody.

We're having a conversation in the grocery store. One person complained because they didn't like it, so the store manager said, ‘Well, I have to ask you to leave if you don't stop having that conversation.’ The store manager doesn't even know what the conversation was about. They are just going based on a triggered liberal. You see, that's exactly what's happening here.

We're on these social tech media platforms. Some liberals get triggered because they don't want us to have the conversation to wake people up to what's going on. They go and tell the store manager and say, hey, let's report him to the store manager because they're having a conversation that they got triggered.

Instead of the store manager just being like, you know what? If they're not bothering anybody, they're shopping and having a conversation amongst themselves. You don't have to engage in the conversation if you want to. Let them buy the stuff and be on their way, instead of them doing that. They want to try to censor you. They want to ban you from the store.

They plaster you out there, and they say you can never come through the doors ever again. The problem with that is the social media platforms, these big tech companies they have become, and you hit on it, the virtual public square. That's what they’ve become.

Channon: Yesterday, Meckler, the current CEO of Parler, said that he agrees with Fox News. He said that he agrees with Trump, that the existing law says that First Amendment protections do not apply in censorship by private companies. He then pointed to a theory budding in the academic communities that large, all-encompassing social media companies, essentially a state actors when they censor people.

Meckler went on to explain that companies essentially have the same power as the Government and are sometimes influenced by pressure from the Government to do these things. We know, was it Nancy Pelosi that stood on her podium saying that we need these social media platforms to censor, censor, and censor?

Will Johnson: They've called for more censorship of conservatives. They've actually called for it. The Government did.

Channon: They put pressure on them to censor. He goes on to say. Theoretically, you could apply what we called the state actor theory to them and impose First Amendment restrictions. He continued, noting that it's a developing area of the law, and it is possible this could break new ground.

Will Johnson: I sure hope it does, seriously. I did a video yesterday talking about this very thing when it first was announced. I titled it. Is it too late? Is President Trump too late? To be honest with you, I don't think President Trump's efforts are too late. I think it had to happen at some point.

Channon: Well, I think it was too late. It should have never gotten to this point.

Will Johnson: It should have never gotten to this point. I would agree with that. It never should have got to this point, and I wish President Trump would have addressed this issue the first day he walked in through the doors.

Channon: Or even a year into it.

Will Johnson: A year into it, yeah. People know what happened, but I think what happened, a lot of people in his circle were not bringing that to him. Like, it wasn't a major issue. They were like; this is just them complaining out there. That's all it is because you're still on the platform. Everyone can hear you, Mr. President. That's all that matters.

Channon: I think they thought they had time.

Will Johnson: I know. I'm telling you; I think they were like; everyone can hear you. Let me give you an example.

Channon: I know what you're saying. Are you going to give us another grocery store example? Because I don't want to hear a grocery store example.

Will Johnson: You don't like groceries?

Channon: You are making me hungry.

Will Johnson: You have to go to the grocery store. You need to go down and get some McDonalds. I need some milk, but anyway. So, I had a YouTube channel that had over 100,000 plus subscribers, and because I told the truth about it, they took that channel down.

I didn't call from violence, never shown nudity, never curse on it, and I have never done anything inappropriate. The only thing I have done was expose the left, and I showed the stuff they're doing, just factual information. Stuff that they are doing and I shared it with the world.

Channon: That's inappropriate to the left.

Will Johnson: I guess so, but anyway, they took that channel down, and the last time I remember, there were around 114,000 subscribers.

Channon: Something like that.

Will Johnson: They took it down, and what I mean by President Trump is that when they took my channel down. I did a video, and I said there are people out there that could help me, and no one helped me, nobody. I know highly influential people in the area.

They could make some noise and do it to get it turned around, but none of them did that. See, the problem is, when it was happening to other people, nobody was saying anything to President Trump. It had to happen to President Trump for him to see it. Now, I'm not saying that he didn't see it happening.

Channon: I was going to say.

Will Johnson: I want to make sure I'm clear.

Channon: I think you're giving him excuses because he knew it was happening.

Will Johnson: No, no, I want to make sure I'm clear here. He knew what was happening. Other people that have these huge platforms know what was happening, but they're not doing anything.

Channon: Well, it is true. I guess what you're trying to say is it doesn't prompt people to do something until it happens to them personally.

Will Johnson: It's because of the people in his circle. The people in President Trump’s circle were saying, ‘Hey, it is happening, but, Mr. President, they all can still hear you.’

Channon: Yeah, that's interesting, too, because same with you. You have had the YouTube channel since. What year was it?

Will Johnson: I started that YouTube channel at the beginning of 2017, right after President Trump was elected.

Channon: So, the entire time that Trump was in office, every once in a while, we would get copyright or whatever. We didn't get a hard-core strike until January.

Will Johnson: Well, actually, there was one before that. When I produced a short film called Black in America, I put it on YouTube, and YouTube said it went against the violations of their community standard guidelines. I'm like, what are you talking about?

Channon: Then it went away.

Will Johnson: I appealed it, and they said, ‘Okay.’ I showed them another video that was just completely horrible. I mean, disgusting, violent and everything, and they said, okay, but they still limited me.

Channon: Well, my point is, the minute Trump was out of the office and Biden came in, that's when we got the three strikes, you're out. Like it was like, boom, boom, by March, the channel is gone.

Will Johnson: Exactly, it after the O'Biden administration.

Channon: We got one strike, okay. Out of all those years, we never had a strike, and all of a sudden, it's like, okay, we're taking you out now, you're gone. We have a backup channel that we use, but listen, I wanted to continue with what Meckler said on Fox News. He said the First Amendment was designed to protect freedom of speech in the public square and explain that the public square meant a soapbox.

Which meant standing on a street corner talking about whatever you want or handing out pamphlets. He noted that at the present time, this starts to get murky, pointing out that the Internet is now used as a forum for people to speak publicly.

Will Johnson: The virtual public square.

Channon: Companies control that world with an iron fist. They really have. So, the question becomes, where is public speech, and who now has First Amendment protection? So, what's going to have to happen if we want free speech on the Internet to be protected? We do need an extension of our First Amendment protections. That also needs to come out of this lawsuit, but I don't know. We'll see.

Will Johnson: It's so disturbing because they said we are not the Government. Think about it like this. You have these leftist groups that are right now attacking children, if I can say this in a pedophile way. These groups are attacking these churches because they don't agree with that lifestyle. They're trying to shut those churches down and saying that they shouldn't be able to do that because there is a 501(c)3. The tech companies shouldn't be able to hinder people's free speech because the Section 230, there are double standards here.

Channon: Yeah, Alan Dershowitz, he chimed in on this as well. There's an article in the Epoch Times right now about it, saying that the Trump lawsuit against Twitter will shake things up considerably. He said it’s very important for the future of free speech in the United States, arguing that big tech firms have special exemptions from the Government and aren't just ordinary private companies. It's true.

In the article, he talks about the companies should have some say in what is on their platform and what is not, but originally, they were supposed to protect children. Remember when that came out? There was some law that said, oh, we need to protect children from some of the things happening on the Internet.

Will Johnson: Yeah, there was one huge thing with YouTube where they were doing that because they said children would be targeted. A group of people were complaining that children were watching YouTube more than they were watching Disney. Come to find out that a group with Disney was complaining about losing viewers because of YouTube with the kids.

Channon: So, Dershowitz said that they'd taken advantage of that, extended it, and beat the crap out of it to do what they want. To shadow ban and take people off of the platform, but he said that as far as section 230, it is supposed to protect them. But they're supposed to be acting in good faith. So, I'm telling you, this lawsuit is probably going to open up a can of worms. Hopefully, if we don't get a totally liberal judge, that will just throw it out.

Will Johnson: You know very well that they're searching for any liberal federal judge right now to say that this is fraudulent and that you're trying to hinder the free speech of these tech companies.

Channon: That's interesting. I didn't look to see where he filed it. Surely, he did it in Florida. Surely where he knows there are conservative judges because Trump's been down this road before. Certainly, he was smart enough to put it or file it somewhere where it would be under conservative judges' care.

Will Johnson: I don't think you can do that. Can you go and pick the judge? I guess you can, to some extent, because look what the left did in Florida. They went and found a federal judge to overturn it, to give them what they want.

Channon: Look at what they've done in California in some of these states. They found these Supreme Court judges in California to overturn things.

Will Johnson: Yeah, it's disgusting, but anyway, I have a clip where President Trump was talking about it. Let's play some of that and listen to President Trump. (silence) All right, hold on. So, I'm going to bring President Trump up here in just a second.

Channon: I love seeing President Trump again. I know everybody else does, too. I'm so glad he's doing his rally. I'm so glad that he's recuperated and got a new game plan for America. I really do.

Will Johnson: Yeah, me, too.

Channon: I think he has the liberals just running scared. They're like, oh, my gosh, here he is again. So, they have to make Trump and the rest of us look as radical as they can to the naïve Americans in America, so it will cause them to get triggered. I don't know and maybe vote again?

Will Johnson: You don't know.

Channon: I guess to cause more division in the country. I can't imagine how people would want to cause more division in America. It's so disgusting.

Will Johnson: It is 100% disgusting. Okay, here we go. I got the audio clip here. Here we go (silence). I say I do, but for some reason, I'm not getting any response to come from my clip there.

Channon: Oh, I can hear it.

Will Johnson: You can hear, but the people can't hear, and I want to make sure because I've done this enough to know when people can't hear. So, let me make an adjustment, and we will make sure that everyone can hear this. I think I know what I can do here. It's on me because I made some slight changes.

Channon: Will always makes changes, and then he jacks everything up.

Will Johnson: Then I jack everything up.

Channon: But we don't discover it until we are live. Then it's like, oh, huh? Well, I made some changes. It's like, oh, now you say you made some changes. You know, it's true.

Will Johnson: Don't be hating. Okay, here we go.

Brooke Rollins: We need that answer. This country just finished an Independence Day celebration where we talked about and celebrated everything we have been and everything we have meant as a country. For the sake of future Independence Days, for the sake of future American generations, we must fight for the people's rule. That's what Donald Trump is here to do, and that's what he's always done. Please help me welcome President Donald Trump.

Channon: Yeah!

Will Johnson: I like how she still calls him President Trump.

President Donald Trump: Thank you, everybody. I just want to say that I stand before you this morning to announce a very important, and very beautiful, I think, development for our freedom and our freedom of speech. And that goes to all Americans today in conjunction with the America First Policy Institute.

I'm filing as the lead class representative, a major class-action lawsuit against tech giants including Facebook, Google, and Twitter as well as their CEOs, Mark Zuckerberg,

Channon: Yes.

President Donald Trump: Sundar Pichai,

Will Johnson: Pichai.

President Donald Trump: and Jack Dorsey.

Will Johnson: Old Jack.

President Donald Trump: Three real nice guys.

Channon: He says, 'Real nice guys.'

Will Johnson: Yeah, real nice guys.

President Donald Trump: We're asking the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida to order an immediate halt to social media companies, illegal, shameful censorship of the American people, and that's exactly what they are doing. We're demanding an end to the shadow banning, a stop to the silencing, and a stop to the blacklisting, banishing, and canceling that you all know so well.

Our case will prove this censorship is unlawful, it's unconstitutional, and it's completely un-American. We all know that. We know that very, very well. Our filing also seeks injunctive relief to allow prompt restitution and really restoration. You can name about 20 other things that it has to be prompt because it's destroying our country. Of my accounts, in addition, we are asking the court to impose punitive damages on these social media giants.

We're going to hold big tech very accountable. This is the first of numerous other lawsuits, I assume, that would follow, but this is the lead, and I think it's going to be a very, very important game-changer for our country. It will be a pivotal battle in defense of the First Amendment, and in the end, I am confident that we will achieve a historic victory for American freedom and, at the same time, freedom of speech.

Will Johnson: So, I'm sitting here listening to this, and for those of you that are listening. I'm watching him, too. I just noticed the group of people behind him.

Channon: I always notice that.

Will Johnson: And he has a group of people behind him where the left is like, they are just plants. He just found them for the buffalo optics.

Channon: They always do so, whatever.

Will Johnson: They just put them there. But you know what? A lot of people that they get there have the same mindset. These people have the same mindset as President Trump. They could refuse.

Channon: Oh, absolutely.

Will Johnson: They could have refused to be there. You know what? In the United States of America, you should not have to have someone coming out saying, hey, I'm fighting for your freedom of speech. What kind of country have we become? What kind of society are we? Where the U.S. Constitution in the United States of America is irrelevant to these people?

Channon: Yeah. You know where there's smoke, there's fire. This is not a new conversation.

Will Johnson: Depends if they are smoking dope. They can be smoking. You know the left could be smoking dope through a vape machine or something.

Channon: Okay, well, something is going on.

Will Johnson: I'm sorry. I know what you mean.

Channon: We know what's on your mind now.

Will Johnson: What's on my mind?

Channon: Smoke.

Will Johnson: No, I don't smoke. No, I'm already like, mellowed out too much.

Channon: You really are.

Will Johnson: When I'm on the microphone, and I'm behind the camera. I talk a lot because that's what you're supposed to do, right? It's like no one wants to watch you sit there. If we were here on a microphone, and it gets quiet (silence) like that, no one would listen, but when I'm around a lot of people. I like to listen to other people. They say you're really quiet. There is a time to talk and a time for listening.

Channon: Anyway, I also read that they're asking for the judge to put a halt on all shadow banning right away. While this lawsuit is going.

Will Johnson: To cease and desist with all the shadow of banning, all the censorship, and allow people to speak freely.

Channon: That's what they're asking. We'll see.

Will Johnson: You know, President Trump, when he did this press conference and, you were talking about the lawyers because they have a group of lawyers to his right. I think there were maybe 10 or 12 of them. These tech companies, you know, they're going to have hundreds of lawyers.

Channon: Of course.

Will Johnson: Hundreds and hundreds of lawyers are involved on their team to try to find any kind of loophole to make sure that they can continue to censor your free speech. Like I said before, it doesn't matter your party affiliation. You should be furious that they're trying to silence you because once they get done with conservatives. Who do you think they're coming for next? Do you think you're going to be exempt? Do you really?

Channon: Yeah, Trump was like, hey, listen, if these big tech companies have the cajones.

Will Johnson: The power, the gall.

Channon: To censor the President of the United States? What is to keep them from censoring you? It couldn't be any plainer than that.

Will Johnson: You're fair game. You're not even fair game. You are just stuck on the board.

Channon: The person that holds the highest position in America is being censored. Therefore, anybody else in this country could be censored.

Will Johnson: You know what? I know I interrupted you there, but these tech companies have more power than some countries. They're operating like they are a government, and they want to say they get to be the rulers of what is being said and what's not being said.

Channon: That's interesting you said that because I read this article today that went all through me. You talked; I believe it was yesterday that Psaki said in a press conference that they are now going to start going door to door to see who is vaccinated and who isn't vaccinated. (knocking)

Will Johnson: I don't think anyone heard that. Let me do that again. (knocking) Papers, please.

Channon: That's a real sound effect right there, people. Anyways, so the Biden Health Secretary, Xavier Becerra, who we cannot stand. He came out of California.

Will Johnson: Oh, yeah. Total communist.

Channon: You know what he said?

Will Johnson: What did he say?

Channon: He said it is absolutely the Government's business to know who's gotten vaccinated and who hasn't. I want to know where he gets that information.

Will Johnson: I was going to interject in what you're saying. I think you were getting ready to say it.

Channon: Maybe I was, and maybe I wasn't.

Will Johnson: I think you were getting ready to say it, and I mentioned it last night on my broadcast if they start coming door to door and asking you, hey, did you have the jab? Did you get the job? Are they going to go to everybody's door? Are they going to go to everybody's door that they know they have not received it yet? Because, you know, all of the people that have shown up, you know they made a record of it.

Channon: Of course.

Will Johnson: You know they made a record of it. So, all the people that haven't received it, they have made a list, everybody. Can you click your heels together, raise your hand and say, halt, halt, halt? I can't say "Hail Hilter" so I want to say, "Halt Biden." It's ridiculous.

Channon: Listen to what he said. It just goes through me. "Perhaps we should point out that the federal government has had to spend trillions of dollars." First of all, you haven't had to spend trillions of dollars. You chose to spend trillions of dollars. "To try to keep Americans alive during this pandemic. So, it is absolutely the government's business."

First of all, it was a less than 1% fatality rate, far less than cancer or something like that. Really, what we need to know is the big picture. He says, "It is in fact business if we continue to spend money to try to keep people from contracting COVID and help reopen the economy."

Is this not crazy? This is how insane they are. Like, they literally try to sell it to you, like, oh, come on now people, like, we're really trying to help you. Like, this is for your benefit, like the Government is here to help.

Will Johnson: Yeah. You know who said that before.

Channon: Reagan said it. "The scariest thing" ....

Will Johnson: "You can hear from the Government is: We're the Government, and we're here to help."

Channon: "We're here to help," right. He goes on to say, and this is how they take it down to a personal level right here. They do this so well. He claimed (irritating voice) knocking on a door has never been against the law. So, they could come to knock on the door, and he says, you don't have to answer.

Will Johnson: Do you talk that way or are you just improvising for him.

Channon: I put in an irritating voice because it's so irritating. He says you don't have to answer, but we hope you do. He says because if you haven't been vaccinated. We can help. We can help dispel some of those rumors you've heard and hopefully get you vaccinated.

Will Johnson: Well, is it a rumor that it is still experimental, or is it a rumor that it still hasn't been approved? Is that rumor?

Channon: Well, you know, Psaki said it has been approved.

Will Johnson: "Sock it." Sock it to you, sock it to me.

Channon: But when she said that she didn't tell people the other part of that. It's only been approved for emergency use, not that it's been approved by the FDA for general population vaccination because all warnings have been tested, and we know it's safe. That's not saying that it was approved.

Will Johnson: But they're saying this is an emergency.

Channon: Yeah, actually, they recorded one of the first teenage fatalities last week. A 13-year-old died after his second dose of the Pfizer vaccination. We know that the CDC has already been examining why it's been giving young men enlarged hearts.

Will Johnson: Well, just like the blood clots that were happening in women. They say, well, it's just a small number of women getting that and dying. It doesn't go along with the bigger number of people that have supposedly survived from it. So, when you get these young males with these enlarged hearts, it's just a small number. Okay, you have some die. So, what, but we have a great majority that has survived.

Channon: Well, the CDC said they're not ready yet to say that it's from the vaccine.

Will Johnson: Of course, it's not like NSA is not ready to say that it spied on Tucker.

Channon: They said that he had flu-like symptoms, headaches, and so on. Then the night that he passed away, he had a stomachache. So, when he went to bed, he had a stomachache, and he passed away. He did pass away from an enlarged heart, and there was fluid around his heart. Guess what they're saying?

Will Johnson: Huh.

Channon: Well, we're not sure yet. You know they're already investigating why it gives young men enlarged hearts. They're saying they're not ready to say that the second dose was because of the vaccine, even though there were no underlying medical issues for this young man.

In fact, his doctor approved for him to have it because they say seek your professional medical adviser on whether or not it is right for you. So, he did, and he got it. This young man has now passed away. I bet his parents regret it. Sad, very, very sad.

Will Johnson: Oh, my goodness. This is so sickening.

Channon: We have some other irritating news. Will, can play the video instead of me giving you the annoying voice of what's her name?

Will Johnson:  It's Joy Reid.

Channon: Yeah. Instead of me doing her annoying voice, we're just going to let you hear it.

Will Johnson: Okay, so for time's sake, we have a couple of clips here. We are going to get into this one here. I think this is the one that is more important than the rest of them for people to hear because they are targeting Christians that go against pedophilia.

They're targeting Christians that go against pushing critical race theory onto our children. Joy Reid and the Democrats literally are trying to say that it is the white Republicans who are upset with black people trying to teach their children about racism. This is crazy because we all know that it is white and black anti-American liberals trying to teach this insanity.

Channon: Yeah, she's trying to turn it around. She's saying that parents who are now going into the school boards, the people saying, listen, we don't approve of this curriculum. We don't want it in our schools. She's saying that they are the insidious underbelly of the GOP culture war, and she said they want an all-out war for power.

I'm like, excuse me, isn't it the Democrats who want power. They want the H.R.1. They want complete control of our electoral system. They complete control of Congress and the Senate. They want complete control over whether or not you get vaccinated or not.

These people are crazy, and she has the audacity for people standing up, saying, listen, I don't care for this, our given right here in America to stand up and say we don't approve of this. She wants to take it away and say that they're the bad people in America.

Will Johnson: Absolutely, listen.

Ben Collins: Yes, specifically with QAnon, people find QAnon because they are tied up in specific things like Bible groups may be, and they move over from there. And, by the way, they borrow ...

Channon: He said maybe. He doesn't even know.

Will Johnson: Let me stop and take it back because he says maybe. I'm glad you caught that because what they're doing now is they've labeled QAnon as a domestic terrorist group. Seriously, they've done that, but QAnon, really? Now, there are some aspects of QAnon that I completely disagree with, like them saying, ‘Hey, don't do anything, don't worry about anything, or trust the plan,’ and while we're all sitting there being told to trust the plan the Democrats are doing their plan.

It's just crazy when we're just sitting back and watching it all unfold. Anyways, the whole point of QAnon is to be against pedophilia and, of course, Christians would side with something that's against pedophilia because it's a demonic thing.

Ben Collins: Things like the Bible groups, maybe, and they move over from there. And by the way, they borrow nomenclature. For example, the Great Awakening, which is the big QAnon, and that's a lot of those QAnon people thought that January 6th was, right? For everyone who wakes up to the fact that there was this cabal of elites and all of this stuff that's not just a QAnon phrase that's from Evangelical Christianity over the last 20, 30 years.

They worked symbiotically. That doesn't mean Evangelical Christians are QAnon people at all, but it does mean that QAnon people use the cloak of Evangelical Christianity as a way to try to mask this as a benevolent move.

Channon: Okay, look at her face. You know what? This is so irritating to me.

Will Johnson: They can't see her face.

Channon: That's exactly what the Democrats do.

Will Johnson: But they can't see her face. So, describe her face.

Channon: She has this face, nodding her head, going, ‘Oh, yes, so true. It's so true they use the cloak.’ You guys, that's all liberals do. They say, ‘Oh, Jesus says, don't judge.’

Will Johnson: Well, actually, you are to judge.

Channon: Jesus says, ‘You can love one another.’ So, love is love, right. It's so disgusting. Look, oh, my gosh, you know what? So, listen to this. Can I go into the ...?

Will Johnson:  Go, go for it.

Channon: Because I'm so irritated.

Will Johnson: It's your world. The rest of us are just in it.

Channon: Well, there's an article on our website. On UniteAmericaFirst.com, where it says, ‘We're Coming for Your Children; San Francisco Gay Men's Choir Sings.’ This song was on YouTube. It's recently been taken down from YouTube. So, I'm going to read you some of the lyrics of the gay choir.

Will Johnson: Why would they take it down from YouTube? I'm so confused but continue.

Channon: These are the lyrics. "You say we all lead lives you don't respect, but you're just frightened. You think that we will corrupt your kids if our agenda goes unchecked. Funny, just this once, you are correct. We'll convert your children, happens bit by bit. Quietly and subtlety, and you will barely notice it. Just like you're worried they'll change their group of friends.

You won't approve of where they go at night, and you'll be disgusted when they start learning things online that you kept far from their site. We'll convert your children. Yes, we will, reaching one and all. There's really no grandma like Rupal.’ And it just keeps going on and on.

Will Johnson: They actually put this into a song?

Channon: This is a choir.

Will Johnson: A choir. Oh, my goodness.

Channon: They're singing and performing.

Will Johnson: They make it sound beautiful. They make it sound like, oh, it's just so wonderful.

Channon: A Southern Seminary professor of Ethics and Public Policy, a guy named Andrew T. Walker said about the song, he said, ‘Remember everyone, it's the religious conservatives who spend their day plotting the next chapter of the culture war,’ basically, mocking what they're saying here. They're clearly saying that we're going to come after children. Let me tell you something. Guess we're this choir is performing on July 24th

Will Johnson: Tell us. Don't say it's a church!

Channon: It's absolutely a church. It's a Catholic church.

Will Johnson: A Catholic church?

Channon:  In San Francisco, they're performing.

Will Johnson: So, this group that we know is openly going to be sodomized and going against God's word is performing in a Catholic church?

Channon: Right. Is that not the cloak of religion to indoctrinate children?

Will Johnson: That is exactly what it is.

Channon: To accept their agenda.

Will Johnson: Not only that, but they're targeting Christians, Christianity. To get Christians to avoid what the Bible says because you know they have their own version of the Bible. For those of you that don't know, there is a Bible out there that they have created called the Queen James version.

Channon: I thought it was a satanic one.

Will Johnson: It's pretty much the same thing, but if you go to Amazon, they have it out there.

Channon: It's literally called Queen James?

Will Johnson: It's called Queen James.

Channon: Well, we know there's this new social religion, and it's embedded in the Democrat agenda. It's overtaking our churches where you can't talk about LGBT, and you can't talk about abortion. You can't talk about all these things that are clearly not what God intended for our lives here on Earth.

They are just hypocrites to come out and say, ‘Oh, a bible study group is under cover of violent militia.’ That's the name of their segment: Bible Study Group Was Under Cover of Violent Militia. Come on, people, wake up to what the liberals are really doing.

You know what? You can't go by what they're saying. You can only go by what they're doing. And, you know when they say stuff, I sit there, and I go, ‘That's what you're doing.’ Every time they say something, I go, ‘You are saying that conservatives are doing what you're doing.’

Will Johnson: Yeah, it's so crazy. So, I want to bring up something else here. I know we started talking about CRT, but I just happened to go on social media and looked at Facebook. On my Facebook page, I have over 300,000 something plus people that follow my page, 300,000. That's not too bad, right? It's not too bad, 300,000.

Well, there is an article that I placed on my Facebook page an hour ago. The title of it is ‘A 12-Year-Old Forced to Shoot and Kill Armed Home Invader Who Was Threatening His Mother.’ The left, they hate that type of story. They hate it with a passion because the young boy was able to protect his mother. They hate the fact that he was able to protect his mother with a gun, with a firearm of some sort, and they hate it.

They can't stand it. They would rather the opposite happen. Just this horrible act of whatever the home invader had planned to take place. My point for bringing it up is that it is on my Facebook page right now within the hour, there are only seven shares.

There were seven shares and only 47 impressions, meaning people either put the wild emoji or something like that and only ten comments. How does that happen with 300,000 plus people? So, what President Trump is doing ...

Channon: He's talking about shadow banning.

Will Johnson: He's talking about this very thing right here. People would look at this and think, wow, this is interesting. It's just so bizarre, the same thing with this broadcast that we put out there. It's been out there for 54 minutes now. Yeah, 54 minutes because we post it before we go on, and guess how many emojis it has currently? Just one guess.

Channon: One.

Will Johnson: Four.

Channon: Yeah, it's ridiculous.

Will Johnson: Guess how many comments?

Channon: Zero.

Will Johnson: Zero. Guess how many shares?

Channon: Zero.

Will Johnson: Zero. Seriously, it's ridiculous, and it's mainly because of what we're talking about here, I guess. I mean, they should want people to talk about it. If the stuff that we're talking about is not going to harm them, why do they care?

Channon: Exactly.

Will Johnson: Why do they care? They could be like, we can let you talk about it all day, but they don't want people to talk about it. Why? Because if people talk about it, the more people become aware of what's happening. President Trump did a press conference, but how many people actually saw the press conference, and how many people actually know about it?

Because you'd be surprised. We are on the up and up, and people listening in right now, and people listening in the future they know about this stuff. They've heard about this stuff because they're tuning in, but there are millions upon millions of people that don't have a clue of what's going on.

Channon: Will, do you think that even the people that did hear about it feel like it's going to go anywhere? We're so used to the tide going against us. We've seen similar lawsuits, and it just seems like it all ends the same.

Will Johnson: Yeah, and you know why it's like that? It's because the Democrats get tired of President Trump winning. Every time he would do something positive that the entire country benefited from, President Trump said, ‘We're winning, we're winning,’ and he wouldn't say a group of people was winning. He was saying the United States of America was winning. When he was bringing jobs back to the country, we were winning.

When more black people and Hispanics were working in the history, more in the history of this country, breaking records, he said ‘We are winning.’ He didn't say, ‘Black people, Hispanic people are winning.’ He said, ‘We are winning,’ and the Democrats couldn't stand any of that. Any of it, they couldn't stand it. I'm like, ‘He's winning, he's winning,’ and he said, ‘We are winning,’ because of the policies that he was putting into place.

They couldn't stand it then, and they can't stand it now. The fact that he is fighting for this country, even though they did what they did to him. They didn't only do it to him. They did it to the country. Look at the current state of the United States of America. The buffoon that supposedly is the leader of the free world right now. We're less respected than any other time in history. China is even saying, you can't stop us from doing anything.

Channon: Pretty much.

Will Johnson: I mean, seriously, they've literally said that.

Channon: Yeah. I wonder what's going to happen because today Biden came out and said, ’Listen, the war in Afghanistan is going to be over by mid-August,’ like we're done. It says: Biden Speeds Up U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan as Taliban Resurges Admin Insists War Cannot Be Won. Well, I guess not that the war is going to be over, but we're over being in the Middle East. So, I wonder, really?

Will Johnson: Well, I think they're just picking back up where Obama left off, and that's allowing the Middle East to become more chaotic.

Channon: What's going to happen because we help stabilize the Middle East.

Will Johnson: Of course.

Channon: We helped hold them back. There's intel that we actively work on, and all of a sudden, when that is gone it's almost like he's pulling us out, knowing that something bad will happen because we pulled out. He is like, listen, the war is not going to be won so, we're just pulling out, and we're just going to let it go to heck.

Will Johnson: Yeah, it's like they did the same thing with Israel. What, ten days later, he was like, ‘Okay, now we're going to come in because it looks like they're going to get this settled without us.’ They're not going to be successful in destroying Israel. So, we'll come in and act like we're here to help Israel. That's all that was about. This is so ridiculous.

Channon: I don't think a lot of people in Congress, the House of Representatives, agree with us pulling out completely. Were they? If I remember, there were a lot of backlashes when we talked about it before.

Will Johnson: You know, I think a lot of them that do disagree with it. They're pretty much tight-lipped because they don't want the Democrats, you know, because the mob rules. And the Democrat mob, they don't want them coming after them. So, that's why you get a lot of people to get tight-lipped. They don't say anything.

Channon: That's true.

Will Johnson: Seriously, and then you have people like Matt Gates, he'll just come right out there, and he'll just say, bam, bam, and they don't like Matt Gates. Then all of a sudden, they try to target Matt Gates over pedophilia. Did you notice that? They tried to attack him over that, like all of a sudden, I'm talking about the left.

Channon: All of a sudden, they care about pedophilia.

Will Johnson: Yeah, all of a sudden, they're care about pedophilia, but they've made it clear that they're not. They are in support of it 100%, and it's not by what they're saying because they don't have to say anything. It's by their actions, by who they're supporting. It's by how they're saying they want to help the children with mental health, and they put someone in that position that has a mental health issue.

A dude with long hair, with a wig on, trying to be something that he's not—talk about mental health issues. You know, I'm saying it's like we live in a bizarre world. We really do.

Channon: For sure.

Will Johnson: It's so crazy, but anyway, this has been a really good talk, actually. I'm surprised that we didn't get anyone to call in who disagree with us.

Channon: Does that surprise you?

Will Johnson: Well, not really. I ask people on my nightly broadcast to give me a call who disagree with me, but they don't. But anyway, hey, we will be here next Thursday. Thank you, everybody, for participating.

Thank you so much for listening in, and if you're listening to this in the future. Please, don't forget. Do me a favor. Text W-I-L-L to 88202, do that. When you do that, you will get information that you need to know about.

Channon: Yeah, and they get a notification that your radio shows are about to come on.

Will Johnson: Yeah, absolutely.

Channon: So, if you want to hear, Will. Go ahead and text Will at 88202.

Will Johnson: All right, do that. Are there any final thoughts before we close out this wonderful broadcast?

Channon: No, just have a great weekend.

Will Johnson: Have a great weekend. Oh, speaking weekends.

Channon: Oh yeah. Will is going to CPAC.

Will Johnson: I'm going to CPAC. Yes, I am going to CPAC.

Channon: Absolutely.

Will Johnson: It's going to be pretty awesome. I am looking forward to it. I'm leaving this evening after this broadcast. Well, after my nightly broadcast, but I will be going to CPAC. I wanted to talk about the Fourth of July. I didn't even get to talk about the Fourth of July. How the Fourth of July is suddenly racist.

Maybe we'll save some of that for the next one. It just depends, because, you know, the left, they are not going to let the Fourth of July go. They are all saying that it's racist. Maxine Waters said that it's just a holiday for white men, which is completely stupid and ignorant on their part.

But anyway, thank you, everybody, for listening. We will see you next Thursday. I'm pretty sure the left will have something else crazy for us to talk about.

Channon: Amen to that.

Will Johnson: God Bless, everyone.

Channon: God Bless.

Will Johnson: Take care.

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