America At A Crossroad
Will Johnson: Hello, everybody. Will Johnson, UniteAmericaFirst.com, here riding shotgun with me again is my producer, Channon. Thank you for being with me, Channon.
Channon: Hello, everybody.
Will Johnson: So, do me a favor, everybody. Get your cell phone and text WILL to 88202. On your cell phone, text WILL to 88202. So, look what's going on. We've got this election that's just pretty much has twisted the country every which way.
Sideways, upside down, it's just flipping everything all around. The liberal media and even Fox News has called it for Biden. But you have many Republican Senators and many states if I can even get that out.
Many states are not even going with what they're telling them they should be saying. Isn't that something? When did the media become the decision or deciders for the rest of the country?
Channon: Well, they've never become the deciders. They've just made themselves the deciders. They deemed themselves, I guess, the people that, you know, each news outlet has a team that they hire separately just for elections.
I guess that team that they hire are the ones that call the election. But we all know they made many, many mistakes this past week. We see on the news channels like Epoch Times where they have taken away electoral from Biden as recounts and legal lawsuits are happening across America.
Will Johnson: That's the way it should be. I mean, all of the other liberal media outlets, even Fox News, all of them. If there's something questionable about the electoral or the election results in these different states, they need to take a step back, remove those winnings they're trying to give to Biden, and put the numbers where they should be.
Like you mentioned, Epoch Times right now, they have Joe Biden at 227 for the Electoral College, and they have President Trump at 232. That's because of these states, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada, and Arizona. All right now being in question about what took place in those states.
Channon: Yeah. Let's talk about some of the states. You know, right now we have Georgia, which has called for a state-wide hand recount. That's huge. That's huge, but I guess the spread between Trump and Biden was so little that the Georgia Secretary of State announced a hand recount for the race.
Will Johnson: A hand recount?
Channon: Hand recount, yep.
Will Johnson: So, what does this mean?
Channon: Yeah, because in Georgia right now, Joe Biden is leading, but only by 14,101 votes.
Will Johnson: And these numbers actually came in after they closed the polls. Then numbers showed up for Joe Biden. Not while, you know, I'm talking about the poll stations when they were doing the counting.
So, they closed the polls, and then the people that were there were counting the votes. Then they told the people to stop counting. Was it? No, that was in Michigan. Right? Or did it happen in Georgia as well?
Channon: I'm sorry. I was reading something while you were talking. What was that?
Will Johnson: Did it happen in Georgia as well? In Michigan, they told everyone, okay, everybody, stop the counting, everyone go home. We'll come back tomorrow and start back up. But while everybody was gone and everyone went home, you know, X amount of votes showed up for Joe Biden.
Channon: Well, I think they're claiming that happened in several states.
Will Johnson: Yeah, it's just, I mean ...
Channon: You know what? There's so much going on. I mean, it's hard to keep up, to be honest. Do you know what the biggest problem with fraud is? The Democrats don't admit it's happening. You know, in 2016, the election was due to fraud, was due to Russian interference. Now apparently, fraud doesn't exist.
Will Johnson: Of course not. None of it exists. I mean, they're not even saying anything about Russia. Russia is like the furthest thing. They keep saying, oh, this was an open and fair election. All of the votes are in, the people have decided, well, you know, there's some stuff that's been showing up that's been highly questionable.
Channon: Yeah. Actually, on Tuesday in Georgia, since we're talking about Georgia, Gabriel Sterling, he's the Manager of the voting system implementation at the Georgia Secretary of State's office. He said, “Let me be perfectly clear on another point.
We are going to find that people did illegally vote. That's going to happen.” He said, "There are going to be double voters. There are going to be people who should not, did not have the qualifications of a registered voter to vote in the state. They will be found.” I think that's one reason why they're doing the hand count now.
Will Johnson: Absolutely. You would think that if there's anything, I mean, if there's something questionable about this election, you would think that both the Republicans and the Democrats will want to come together and say, you know what, we want this to be fair.
So, then that way, there's no question. Right? That would be the right thing to do. Republicans, Democrats, you count the ballots, you count the votes. Right? This way, no one can say, one way or another. It was done properly. Like it was in 2016. But they don't want to look at that because 2016 is still a sore subject for them.
Channon: Yeah, and, you know, the election is so close that the Biden or the Democrats know that if they do find some of these voting irregularities or fraud, that it very well can impact this election.
But that's why it's so important that they get an accurate count because if not, it'll forever be a stain on America. People will always question this election.
So, I'm glad to hear that Georgia has decided to go ahead and do a hand recount. On Wednesday, the Trump campaign actually said that they provided examples of dead people registering to vote in Georgia. So ...
Will Johnson: Dead people.
Channon: Dead people. So, that's why ...
Will Johnson: I guess, when do dead people have the time?
Channon: That's all they have is time.
Will Johnson: I guess that's all they have is time, huh? I figure they'd be busy doing other things.
Channon: Yeah, but you want to hear another interesting story out of Georgia?
Will Johnson: I do.
Channon: So, you know, Georgia has the two Senate seats where they're going to do a runoff on January 5th, right? Everybody's kind of been focusing on those because the Senate is so important, and we don't want to lose those seats. If we don't have the Congress and we lose the Senate, that pretty much gives them free will to pass any kind of policies that they want.
Will Johnson: Oh, my goodness, America is done.
Channon: Even if Trump wins, to be honest with you.
Will Johnson: America is done.
Channon: Right, but here's the deal. You know who Andrew Lang is, right?
Will Johnson: I do. He's pretty nutty.
Channon: He even said that he's advocating for people to move to Georgia. Democrats to move to Georgia in order to sway that vote. Is that not crazy?
Will Johnson: This is before the election?
Channon: No. This is right now for the runoff.
Will Johnson: Wait a minute here, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Let me make sure I understand this.
Will Johnson: He's telling people to rush to Georgia, get residence in Georgia, just so they can vote, again? Is it a revote, or is it a recount?
Channon: It's a revote.
Will Johnson: It's a revote in Georgia.
Channon: It's a runoff.
Will Johnson: A runoff. Oh, it's a runoff.
Channon: It's a runoff.
Will Johnson: So, they're going to do another revote, and he's telling people, liberals, to rush to Georgia just so they can vote? Why in the world? Shouldn't that be illegal?
Channon: Actually, Georgia is saying now, you might not want to do that because if you move there for just a short period of time to vote and then move out, it is illegal. It's a federal offense.
Will Johnson: Shouldn't it be illegal for him even to suggest that?
Channon: Yeah, I know.
Will Johnson: I mean, seriously, he's literally; he's literally asking people to commit a crime.
Channon: And actually, the article is in Epoch Times.
Will Johnson: Wow.
Channon: Yeah. It's pretty crazy.
Will Johnson: I mean, it doesn't surprise me, though. It doesn't surprise me that we have Democrats asking people to commit a crime because the Democrats are completely lawless. They are 100% lawless. So, I'm not surprised by it at all.
Channon: Yeah, they don't want to win the election fairly.
Will Johnson: No, they didn't.
Channon: Didn't those people already vote in another election??
Will Johnson: You know what? That is another good question, he says, if people that already voted in other states to move to Georgia so that they can vote again in this election, this runoff election in Georgia. Hey, don't worry about it, though. We're all Democrats. We can break the law.
Channon: You know, it feels like it. It feels like they're above the law. They go, hey, that's a great idea, let's break the law. Like it's just another day, right?
Will Johnson: This is insane. It's like being in an upside-down world. The Twilight Zone, for real.
Channon: Yeah, and guess what? Arizona, they are almost done. It is a tight, tight race in Arizona.
Will Johnson: Does it show the numbers there?
Channon: Actually, it does. An article I'm looking at right now says Trump gains on Biden in Arizona, in the latest ballot count. This is from November 11th.
As of right now, Biden has dropped from 14,746 votes to 12,813 votes, according to unofficial results. Of course, there are some places that still haven't counted all the ballots, but overall, there's just a .39 spread between Biden and Trump right now.
Will Johnson: We talked to Ben Bergquam, who is on the ground in Arizona, and he said that originally, they were counting, like, if I'm not mistaken, between 140 to 170 thousand ballots a day, and when I talked to him just the other day, he said that they have about 70; 60 to 70 thousand ballots remaining.
Channon: It's down to 46 thousand.
Will Johnson: So, now it's down to 46 thousand. But he said they went to a complete crawl, snail's pace. The most they counted the other day was six thousand. So, how do you go from counting 140 to 170 thousand ballots in a single day, down to 6,000 ballots?
Channon: Yeah, and they also have lawsuits. Of course, the Trump campaign has lawsuits. They filed a lawsuit alleging that poll workers in Maricopa County ignored policies aimed at giving voters the opportunity to correct mistakes on their ballots on Election Day.
So, what happens is if you vote and your machine detects an overvote on the ballot, the poll workers should inform the person that it is voting of the error and give them an opportunity to correct it. Right? Well, instead, they were telling them to just hit the green button to override the error, and guess what resulted?
Will Johnson: Biden.
Channon: Those votes were thrown out.
Will Johnson: Oh, they were thrown out?
Channon: Yeah, it didn't count. It disregarded their choices.
Will Johnson: Oh, this is recent. Is this recently, or was this originally?
Channon: This is on Election Day.
Will Johnson: On election day. Didn't they give them to Biden?
Channon: No, it just disregarded their choices altogether. Here's the thing. That's a Republican county.
Will Johnson: Ah-huh, so they made sure.
Will Johnson: That's what it appears to be, right? I wasn't there to see it firsthand. But, you know, there's nothing wrong with questioning the stuff that they're telling us. There's nothing wrong with questioning the information that is being relayed to all of us. I mean, it may be factual stuff, a lot of it that's happening.
But we should question it, just like the Democrats should be questioning; did someone do something fraudulent? They should question it. Even if it didn't happen, if there's a question about it and someone represents something, then they should question it.
Okay, let's look into it. Let's see if we can get to the bottom of this to show that it is not true. But see, the Democrats don't even want to do that. So, people should ask ...
Channon: Well, no, because Biden is winning the state so.
Will Johnson: Exactly. I mean, I'm not just talking about the Senate. I'm talking about the Presidency as well. They see everything, but right now, the media and everybody, except for those of us who still love this country, are saying just give it to Joe, just give it to Joe. I say no.
Channon: Yeah. Even the ...
Will Johnson: The country can't sustain communism. I'm sorry. What were you going to say?
Channon: Yeah. One of the congressmen in Arizona told Trump, please do not concede, which I think he will. I think he's going all the way with this lawsuit.
Will Johnson: Well, let me put it this way. Ever since President Trump went down the escalator, even before that, he was, I mean, President Trump has presented himself and has always been the President that continuously fights.
Right now, they're trying to say that President Trump is fired. That's what they're saying, and President Trump has not been fired. I'm serious. So, they want President Trump just to give up. President Trump has shown the American people that he is the President that has never given up on the American people.
They know this. That's why they were asking him to concede. Just do like all of the Republicans in the past, just roll over, tuck your tail between your legs, and just give up. President Trump is saying, “No.”
No, and he shouldn't give up because if he gives up if he gives up on America, President Trump has got to know, he has to know that if he gives up, the country is done.
Channon: Yeah, I mean, he was concerned about the direction America was going in the first place. I mean, that's why he told Biden what you and Obama were doing to America is why I decided to run.
Will Johnson: That was absolutely true. Absolutely.
Channon: President Trump loves America. He loves America. He's always put America first, you know, but let's switch it from Arizona to Nevada. Nevada is another state that has not finished their counting and has not called it for Biden yet, even though Biden is in the lead.
The Secretary of State, Barbara Cegavske, a Republican, said the Election Integrity Task Force, which includes agents from the FBI, is helping her office probe all credible allegations of fraud related to the 2020 general election.
They are making sure that everything is credible. Both federal and state laws were followed, and if somebody violated these laws, they would be referred to the agency for prosecution. So, we will see what happens in Nevada.
Will Johnson: You know, Nevada is very interesting too. It reminds me ...
Channon: It's one of those swing states.
Will Johnson: Yeah, a swing state. But you know what, it was probably going to go to Trump because what he did before, you know, in January before the whole pandemic kicked in. The jobs for the entire country, for blacks, Latinos, women, opening and starting businesses like never before.
The economy was booming because of the policies that President Trump put in place. Even remember, Obama said that the jobs would never come back because President Trump doesn't have a magic wand. Guess what? Trump waved that wand, and the jobs came back like no tomorrow.
He was celebrating businesses that were bringing their companies back to America and creating the jobs here. I remember him doing videos, having press conferences where he was celebrating the businesses, and they were saying, “Yes, Mr. President, we're going to bring these jobs back.
We're going to do this because President Trump got rid of the red tape. He got rid of all of these regulations that were penalizing businesses for operating inside of the United States of America.” When he got rid of that, the jobs came.
The jobs just started flowing in like a wave-like they have never seen, never thought they would see. The Democrats because they have this globalist agenda in their mind. They want to take certain things to give an example like you make a certain product.
They don't want that product made in America. They want to be able to go to the world community and have the world community say, okay, this country, you get to make this product, and this country you make this product. In this country, you make this product, and President Trump said, “No, we are the United States.
We're going to make the products we want here in the United States. We're going to be independent. We're going to keep our sovereignty.”
Channon: I mean, yesterday, one thing Biden had one of those press conferences of his, and one of the biggest take-aways I took from his press conference was him boasting over his relationship with the world leaders. Oh, they're all calling him. Oh, we're all going to work together to advance the world together. I mean, didn't it ...
Will Johnson: Didn't he name off France.
Channon: Absolutely, France.
Will Johnson: The first one. Then he named off Europe. If you look at anything, you know, just talking for those that believe in what ...
Channon: End times.
Will Johnson: In the end times and what the Bible says there. It talks about different references and where the Antichrist will come from; the European Union. You know, and I'm not saying, I'm not calling Joe Biden the Antichrist by any means.
Channon: Oh, he's not.
Will Johnson: Because Joe Biden doesn't have his wits about him.
Channon: Oh, it says it's not coming from America anyway.
Will Johnson: The Antichrist will be suave.
Channon: It's coming out of The European Union.
Will Johnson: Yeah, he would come out of the European Union. But I'm just saying. Even then, it's just the whole point that Joe Biden doesn't have any issues allowing or letting people know that he is for this one world order, that he is a globalist.
Channon: Oh, he is. He's boasting about it all over the place. I'm not even sure if his voters really know what a big globalist he is. I just know that they hated Trump, and they liked Biden.
Will Johnson: You know what? You're absolutely right, and I realize, I mean, I kind of figured it out before, and I thought about it before. But I saw it firsthand when I went to Michigan and Philly. I saw it firsthand because I'm talking to people.
I didn't have on any Trump paraphernalia or anything. Actually, I just had a shirt on, a particular shirt on, and I just flipped it backwards so they wouldn't see. I wanted to talk to these people, and I just asked them questions. I didn't even, you know, challenge them on their answers or anything.
I just let them spill the beans. To the point where I put the video online, and I saw one person made a comment saying, I'm so upset with you for showing this. Why would you do this? Because I'm allowing them to speak, and you see how they're being completely naive and deceived.
And I'm like, don't get mad at me. The Democrats are who you should be mad at, and I'm talking about all of these lefties; they should be mad at the big tech companies. They should be mad at the liberal media. They should be mad and angry with these Democrats for preventing them from receiving all of the information.
Channon: Yeah, I mean, you really did a great job when you were in Michigan.
Will Johnson: Let's not tell anybody.
Channon: Even going into Pennsylvania, you just asked the people, you know, questions about why they voted for Biden or why they like Biden over Trump. Then you asked one black guy, you know, he said he was about God. He was about love. Do you remember that guy?
Will Johnson: Yeah.
Channon: And he said something like, I voted for Biden because I liked him, and you said, well, you know, did you hear about Trump in the opportunity zone?
Will Johnson: Yeah, First Step Act.
Channon: Right, and he said, no, I haven't heard about that yet.
Will Johnson: Yeah.
Channon: I was sitting here thinking, what do you mean you haven't heard about it yet? Like, you should have researched your candidate before you voted.
Will Johnson: But that goes right back to my point. You have the liberal media and the big tech. They prevented people like him because, you know, he's on social media. I mean, they're on social media, but the tech companies figured it out.
The people that are going to support Biden, how to prevent them from seeing the information. Like Joe Biden saying, “If you have a problem trying to figure out whether to vote for Trump or me, you aren't black.” They prevent people from seeing it.
I can't tell you how many people I’ve talked to; all of them said they never saw that one. I remember one black male saying that “Joe Biden didn't say anything like that because if he said something like that, people wouldn't vote for him.”
Will Johnson: Wow.
Channon: They don't know it. Most of the people you talked about or talked to were uninformed voters.
Will Johnson: Yeah, low information, not uninformed voters. Low information voters, that's what they are. You know what? They don't care to have any knowledge about anything. They don't care to know the truth about anything.
They just want to continue going on believing what they've been told. When someone comes along and tells them something different from what the mainstream media and what the social media tech giants allowed them to see, they get angry because deep down inside, they know they've been lied to, and they believe the lies.
To some credit, they like the way the lie sounds. There is that. There's a lot of people that like the way that lies sound, and they don't want to hear the truth. That's why it's such a factual thing when they say the truth hurts. It literally does because they don't want to hear the truth. It's amazing.
Channon: Yeah, it's amazing to me, too, how they started to try to make Trump supporters seem like they were the ones that were being violent in America. You remember that, right? Towards the election, they were all talking about, you know, the white supremacists. Right? It came out ...
Will Johnson: Oh, yeah. They got the CIA, or the FBI, trying to say that the white supremacists are the biggest threat in America. Have you not seen Antifa and BLM burning cities?
Channon: Right, and so right now, during this time, where we're still trying to figure out who's going to be the next President of the United States. Do you see any looting? Do you see any fires?
Will Johnson: No.
Channon: Do you see any chaos?
Will Johnson: No.
Channon: No, because ...
Will Johnson: No.
Channon: We don't do that. Conservatives do not do that. What do you think, though, Will, and I know you said it before? What do you think is going to happen if President Trump ...
Will Johnson: No, when. Say, when.
Channon: When President Trump ...
Will Johnson: Because it's coming ...
Channon: Is decided to be the next President of the United States...
Will Johnson: It's coming. I mean, I see it coming, seriously. But once they do that, I've even asked that question to those on the streets. You know, when I'm talking to them, they on the left straight-up say that it is going to be civil war. They're straight-up saying that. When I talk to conservatives, they even say it is going to be civil war. But one thing I noticed.
Channon: Wait, do they say it could be a civil war only if Trump wins?
Will Johnson: Let me finish, let me finish, that's the other part.
Channon: Okay, okay.
Will Johnson: When I talk to conservatives when they say that when Biden wins, they don't say it's going to be a civil war. They're going to be highly upset because the only way that Biden wins is if Trump throws into the towel.
Then if Trump throws in the towel, which we already have established that he's not going to because President Trump is a fighter. We already know this. But let's just say in a different reality, President Trump throws in the towel.
Republicans will do what they have normally done in the past. They will just put their heads down, turn around, and walk away, moping.
Channon: Do you not think ...
Will Johnson: And let me finish saying this, though, let me finish, let me finish saying this.
Will Johnson: But when I talk to the Democrats, they say if Biden wins, we will just have peace. This was probably true. Because the Republicans, if President Trump wins, like I just said, will turn around and put their heads down. Just mope away.
It will be peace because then the Democrats won't have anybody attacked because they got what they want. BLM and Antifa won't attack anybody. For the most part. We'll get into that in just a second how they will attack people. But when President Trump wins this election because I see it coming.
I see it coming. I don't have a crystal ball. I'm just looking at what's happening here. I see it coming. If President Trump wins the Republicans, they're not going to be violent, just like they're not violent now. But you will see, and even those Democrats that I've talked to on the street, they say that they will be extremely violent.
One lady said, “Why would you take something away from us when we're happy?” I'm like, what? Your happiness means that we just need to not look at the facts or look at the truth and not be about law and order?
Channon: Yeah. You know, I know what you're saying that at first, I think conservatives, I don't even know if it's just plain Trump supporters, but just conservatives in general we will not fight. Right? But don't you think because we have seen already, where social platforms are literally censoring conservatives to a point where they can't say anything or do anything on these platforms?
There are businesses that have come out and said that if they find out that you're a supporter, they're not going to hire you. We've had AOC come out and say that there should be a list of Trump supporters.
We had an article yesterday I believe it was on Fox News that was saying that X Obama administrative executives, I don't know who they were, have said that Conservatives should be branded and exiled from businesses. So, it concerns me. I think conservatives can only take so much. At some point ...
Will Johnson: You know what?
Channon: When you start affecting their pocketbooks, I don't think they're going to sit down anymore.
Will Johnson: It's not even just pocketbooks. You're affecting people's livelihood, and these people have homes. They have bills, and they have children. They have children that they want to just simply feed. Like you and I, we just want to make an honest living.
You know, I've been extremely outspoken. I'm pretty sure that they have me, Diamond & Silk, Brandon Tatum, you know, just multiple other people.
Channon: Terrance Williams.
Will Johnson: Terrance Williams, Dan Bongino.
Will Johnson: Tucker Carlson.
Will Johnson: You know, you name it, Judge Jeanine. I mean, seriously, you have anyone, Anni Cyrus. Anyone who's been extremely vocal about showing their support for somebody, and if it's President Trump, then they want to take you out.
Like you cannot, I mean, we're in America, and no one is saying, let me back up. In America, you should be able to say who you want to support, and it's not necessarily saying who you have to support. See, that's the difference. Democrats want to tell you who you have to support.
While Republicans say you can support who you want, and even if you support a candidate that they don't like, then they still don't want to make it where you can't work.
I mean, we saw that multiple times during the last four years when a Trump supporter spoke up and the Democrats hated it. They will find out where that person worked, and they would do all of this stuff to get that person fired.
Channon: Yeah, we also saw conservative businesses get attacked for being Trump supporters.
Will Johnson: Conservative businesses get attacked. So, what we were seeing then was just a prelude to what they're going to do if they are able. If they're successful in turning this country into a socialist-communist country. That's what we're going to see, and conservatives, Republicans, followed by Christians, are going to be persecuted.
Channon: Yeah, and what's really frustrating to me is during this entire four years, have we tried to get any Democrats off of social media? Have we tried to say you don't have a voice anymore? Have we said that you don't deserve a job? Have we said any of that?
Will Johnson: No, not at all.
Channon: We haven't done that.
Will Johnson: Not at all. See, that's just it? You know what? That's kind of to the fault of Republicans.
Channon: Well, it's the right thing to do, though.
Will Johnson: Yeah.
Channon: It's not a fault.
Will Johnson: No, wait a minute. Let me, let me. You're right.
Channon: You need to correct that statement.
Will Johnson: Ok, well, let me say it like this.
Channon: We protected ...
Will Johnson: Let me say it like this. It's to the fault of the Republicans because the Democrats would do stuff that they know would damage this country, and they don't say anything because Republicans, conservatives honor the fact that people have free speech, and they have free will.
Republicans honor that, and that's what I'm talking about, so the Democrats will implement all of this stuff that's going to end up hurting our children, end up hurting the country, and Republicans are like, you know what? They have free speech. They have free will.
Channon: Well, all that ends, though, when you start discriminating against people. When you start discriminating, it's not even censoring people. This is discriminating against people.
Will Johnson: But they don't see the discrimination. They see it as a justified reason to get rid of people that will speak up against their ways. That's what it is. If you continue speaking up against their ways, they want to remove you from society.
They're already saying it. You know, CNN has a list of Republican Senators that have not congratulated Obama. Listen to me, Obama, they have not congratulated Biden.
Channon: Well, rightfully so, he's not President yet.
Will Johnson: But they have a list.
Channon: Oh, grow up.
Will Johnson: Do you know what the list reminds me of? A list of all the people that they want to imprison. A list of all the people, and give them a number, Nazi Germany. I'm looking at this, and I'm like, what is the difference between Nazi Germany and what's taking place right now—talking about Nazi Germany or communism in general.
I was watching Hannity just the other night, and a commercial came on. During this, I'm simply looking at this commercial. It showed a white lady and a white man, and the white lady's interviewing the white male for a job.
They get to the end of the interview, and I guess it was like a good interview. Then she brings up his history on the Internet. Automatically he was like, oh, no, I thought all that was gone. That's not real. It's not real, and she's looking at him like you're not getting the job because you're a Trump supporter.
Will Johnson: That's what's coming down, and you know who else did that? It's like, for your social score. The first time I ever heard about a country doing the social score and not allowing you to get on airplanes, not allowing you to get on a city bus, not allowing you to go to movie theaters, not allowing you to go to certain stores ...
Channon: Not allowing you to have credit.
Will Johnson: Not allowing you to have credit.
Channon: Or rent in certain areas.
Will Johnson: Rent in certain areas. You have to walk, and you can't even drive because of your social credit score. I heard it first in China.
Channon: Yep, China.
Will Johnson: I heard it in China first, and I'm like, why in the world would we have this happen here? And this is just a commercial during Fox News.
Channon: I mean, I honestly, when I heard about it in China, I thought, oh, that'll never happen here in America.
Will Johnson: Yeah, but now we see commercials for it.
Donald Trump: China, China.
Channon: Yeah, it's crazy. You know, and it's not a democracy when you eliminate certain people's ideology, certain people's identity, I mean, they literally want to say that you don't count.
Will Johnson: Ah-huh.
Channon: That's what they want to do. You don't count because you are different from someone else. That's not what a democracy is. I don't understand how the Democrat Party continues to claim that they are Democratic when they are the exact opposite of Democratic.
Will Johnson: Yeah, yeah, they are the opposite of democracy because they don't want people to have free thought, free will and if you go anywhere...
Channon: Even Michelle Obama.
Will Johnson: Oh, yeah, how about Michelle Obama.
Channon: I mean, she came out after the election and said one of the most disturbing things that we need to fix, we need to have unity. We need to bring people together.
Will Johnson: That is not disturbing.
Channon: Well, I'm getting to the point.
Will Johnson: Well, actually, her saying it is disturbing because she wasn't about any unity for the past four years.
Channon: Right. But she was saying that the disturbing part is that, you know, billions and billions of Americans were for lies, chaos, division, and they have a lot of work to do.
I'm sitting here thinking, you guys were the creators of all that racism, division, hate, and chaos in America. It's scary that they're in charge of unity because basically, their unity is to comply or die.
Will Johnson: Yeah, I mean, seriously, that's what it comes down to, and they want us all to adhere to everything of ...
Donald Trump: China.
Channon: Well, there's the China button.
Will Johnson: Everything of ...
Donald Trump: China.
Channon: You know, we said it before. I mean, we said one day, Democrats want America to look like China. They want it to be.
Will Johnson: I mean, think about it. Think about it; during the campaigning of this election, the 2012 election, they brought up the difference between, when they asked Joe Biden, for example, which one he thought was the bigger threat, Russia, or China. Right now, none of the Democrats are saying a word about Russia. You hear nothing about Russia.
Channon: Oh, no.
Will Johnson: Right, and Joe Biden said that Russia was the biggest threat during the campaign. But he went as far as saying that China is just a competitor. He has ties to China and even on the Epoch times. On the Epoch times, they put a thing out there that says Grassley asked the DOJ to look into Hunter Biden's dealings with...
Donald Trump: China.
Channon: Oh, yeah. He has a huge relationship with China. So does Nancy Pelosi. I mean, they all flew over there even before the virus came out, and we don't even know why they were over there.
Will Johnson: Exactly.
Channon: On the diplomatic dollar.
Will Johnson: Yes. Yes, and you know what? There should be travel logs, and there should be notes.
Channon: Yeah. Why wouldn't there be? What happened? What were you doing?
Will Johnson: Why were you there? What were you talking about? What was the outcome of it? What was the whole point of going? None of that, I mean, that should be public information. But you know what? They treat themselves like Kings and Queens, and a lot of people in the country treat them as such as well.
Channon: Oh, but they are for the people.
Will Johnson: Yeah, they're for the people, but they think they are above you.
Channon: They don't fly on the same plane as you. They don't eat in the same restaurant.
Will Johnson: I don't know, not all of them. Because I was on American Airlines, and it's assigned seating. Ilhan Omar was on the same plane as me.
Channon: Oh, that's right.
Will Johnson: I was so upset that I didn't get the chance to sit by her. Can you imagine if I was in my assigned seat and sitting by Ilhan Omar the entire time? She would ask to be moved to another seat.
Channon: We’ll, talk about Ilhan Omar. We have an article on our website, UniteAmericaFirst.com, where Omar paid her husband ...
Will Johnson: What?
Channon: Almost three million dollars for campaign work; an ongoing scandal is happening right now.
Will Johnson: Wow, and because she's a Democrat, on the Democratic ticket, all the Democrats will say there's nothing here.
Channon: You know, I wonder how much she was worth before she went into Congress.
Will Johnson: Zero, actually, because she migrated here.
Channon: And how much she worth now?
Will Johnson: Millions.
Channon: How much she worth now? In two years, she's worth millions?
Will Johnson: Millions.
Will Johnson: How does that happen?
Channon: She's not fighting for the people.
Will Johnson: No, she's fighting for her greediness.
Channon: Oh, she is definitely greedy, and you know what? If I were the people in her district. That would upset me. They've donated, well, actually, I don't know if they donated because anybody can donate to her.
Will Johnson: It could be money laundering for all we know. Who's to know? George Soros could have put money into them.
Channon: I think they have to report where they get the money from.
Will Johnson: Yeah, but yeah, I think these donors can only do X amount of dollars. But you know, we're talking about Democrats. They'll look away. Even Republicans look away. Let me ask a question.
Why in the world are all these Republicans that won their races throughout the country not speaking up for Trump? I guarantee every last one of them ran their campaign as supporters of Trump because they knew that's how they would get people to vote for them.
Now you have some of these people that, you know, won their elections in their state that are in the GOP, silent—not saying anything and speaking of one, Dan Crenshaw here in Texas. He is, you know, I have nothing nice to say about him, so I'm not going to say anything about him that I really want to say.
But he is one of those rhinos. He showed his true colors. He's basically telling President Trump to just concede so the country can move forward into communism. That's what he's saying. Same thing with Chris Christie, same thing Chris Christie. Do you know what it is?
I know Chris Christie and Mitt Romney; they are butt hurt because they wanted to be President. Mitt Romney, he couldn't make it. He was close with Obama, but he didn't make it.
Will Johnson: In the 2012 election, he was running against Obama during 2012 election. That's what I mean.
Channon: It wasn't close. Like Obama, like smoked him.
Will Johnson: Well, I mean, he was closer than anyone else during that election. But Mitt Romney got smoked, absolutely. But my point is Mitt Romney is still butt hurt because he's not President.
President Trump, it’s because President Trump is a better President than Mitt Romney could have ever been. Mitt Romney is just in it for himself, like all the Democrats, Obama, and the rest of them. So, Mitt Romney would have been just a repeat of Obama. Just in a different skin tone, seriously.
Channon: Absolutely. I agree with that.
Will Johnson: So, I didn't want that, you know. But anyway, you have these Republicans right now that are not even these high-profile Republicans. You have Republicans on social media saying that President Trump, and I'm going to add my little part to this; President Trump should just concede so the country can move forward with communism because that is what we are going to get.
You know, when I was in Michigan, and I was talking to some people, one of the things that came about was the question that I had. “Do you think that Kamala Harris and Joe Biden are socialists and are going to push socialism?” They're going like, “No, no, they're not going to socialism.” They go; “Besides, there is a difference between liberalism and leftist.” I'm kicking myself now because I didn't ask them ...
Channon: What didn't you ask them?
Will Johnson: I'm kicking myself now because I didn't ask this one particular question. I did ask them, I said, “Tell me, what's the difference?” Right?
Will Johnson: He just went on this spiel that liberalism is against capitalism and leftists are for liberty.
Will Johnson: I'm serious, I'm telling you.
Channon: That's not true. That's not true at all.
Will Johnson: I know it's not true.
Channon: If they were for liberty, they wouldn't be making lists of who voted for Trump.
Will Johnson: But you know, they take the name liberalism because they said liberalism represents liberty. There are still not for liberty. Liberalism is not for liberty.
Channon: Liberal means that you're very generous. You are not generous in a good way. Like, you know, they want free college and free medical care.
Will Johnson: Liberalism is generous. Liberalism is generous with other people's money. That's what that means. It's has nothing to do with liberty. They're generous with other people's money. That's what that means. But I'm kicking myself because I didn't ask them to explain to me, ok, so you said there's a difference.
Will Johnson: Wait, so, explain to me where leftists and liberals would disagree on socialism? That's why I'm kicking myself because I didn't ask the question.
Channon: I have to tell you when talking about liberalism. I just looked up the definition of liberalism on Google.
Will Johnson: This is on Google. Which is a liberal media outlet ...
Channon: It's almost funny.
Will Johnson: And you haven't even read it yet. Just bring it, bring it, bring it. I'm already ready.
Channon: Yeah, this is crazy. It says, “A willingness to respect or accept behavior or opinions different from one's own. Openness to new ideas.” Does that sound like any liberals you met?
Will Johnson: Oh, my goodness.
Channon: It gets better, though.
Will Johnson: How is that not misleading?
Channon: There's more; “A political and social philosophy that promotes individual rights, civil liberties, democracy, and free enterprise.” Which they are totally against.
Will Johnson: Oh, my goodness. Free enterprise when they want to shut down a conservative business?
Will Johnson: And they want to destroy capitalism?
Channon: Well, I mean, Marxism literally says that capitalism has a point where it's no longer ...
Will Johnson: A cap.
Channon: Right, it has a cap, and after capitalism, the next step is ...
Will Johnson: Marxism.
Will Johnson: Oh, Communism.
Will Johnson: Ok, so Marxists want to bring in communism because they say capitalism needs to go away because they have the cap? Even though the United States of America has been a capitalist country and has been the greatest country known to man, they want to bring in communism to destroy it.
Every time throughout history, no matter the country, there's not a single country on the planet that was thriving when they introduced communism. Every single one of these countries, every last one of them, collapsed. That's what they want to do to the United States of America, and you know why they want to do this?
They want to do this because that's the only way they can implement and bring in this one world order. That is their goal, and that's what they're working for.
Channon: Yeah, well, looking at the definition of left-wing politics, “Left-wing politics supports social equality,” which is just what I read in liberalism. “They are often in opposition to social hierarchy,” which is true. I mean, they don't like that some people are rich, and some people are poor.
Will Johnson: They don't like capitalism.
Channon: No, they don't like capitalism.
Will Johnson: I mean, seriously, that's what it comes down to; they don't like capitalism. They don't like the fact that you can work hard, make something of yourself, become successful, make millions of dollars, and because you did all of this hard work, they want to come along and say that you don't deserve it. You should give it away. They want to force you to give away your wealth.
Channon: Your hard-earned money.
Will Johnson: Your hard-earned money. How disgusting.
Channon: And to me, that is dangerous. Because literally, what is the motivation to have your own company and to build something up if it's just going to be taken away? What will happen to us then? Because people aren't going to want to be millionaires only to have their money taken away.
Will Johnson: It's funny. It's funny you ask that because I remember in California and before I started doing this, what we're doing really heavily. I would ride the train. I would ride the train, and I remember talking to this guy from Europe, and he was Muslim.
Will Johnson: And he doesn't like capitalism either. We were having a conversation, and I brought up the fact to him. I said, because, you know, in Silicon Valley, there's a lot of people that do startup businesses, right?”
I said, “So let me get this straight. You're saying that if you do a startup and you get funding to do a startup. You start making the business, and it becomes extremely successful. You work hard day in and day out. You try to make what you're doing become very successful.
Let's say it becomes very successful, and you start making millions of dollars. Then they want to come along and take 70% of your hard-earned money. I said, “Can I get you on record saying that you're ok with that?” He looked at me, said, “Oh, no, that's not what I'm talking about.”
That is what you're talking about; if you want to get rid of capitalists and you want to bring in a socialist Marxist communist tactic for the United States of America. That is what you're saying. He just looked at me, and I said, “I don't think it's fair that you worked so hard to make a living and become successful for someone to come along and take it from you.”
See, when you put it in your court, present it that way, the wheels get turning. So, yeah, I don't want anyone taking from me after I did all this hard work. I guarantee Mark Zuckerberg is not going to give up his 70%.
Channon: Let me tell you something, what is the number one reason why people come to America? Because it's the land of what?
Will Johnson: Land of opportunity.
Channon: Right, home of the free and the brave. But yeah ...
Will Johnson: Land of opportunity.
Channon: They want opportunities. They want to own their own business, and the government does not take their money from them.
I mean, you hear people from China, you hear people from Venezuela, you hear people from Cuba. What do they say? Big government is ruining or has ruined their countries?
Will Johnson: Oh, when I was in D.C. I was talking to some Vietnamese people, and they were saying, we don't want to lose another country.
Will Johnson: They said, “We already lost our first country, and we see what the Democrats are trying to do here. They're trying to do the same thing the communists did in our country.” They said, “I don't want to lose another country.”
They said, “I love this country. I love America. I don't want to lose it and the Democrats.” They're like, “Let's destroy it. Let's destroy it.”
Channon: Well, you didn't get that just from them? I mean...
Will Johnson: No.
Channon: You have interviewed several people from Cuba, and they're saying that this is exactly how the downfall happened in their homeland.
Will Johnson: Yeah.
Channon: It's how it started. I mean, Democrats need to pay attention.
Will Johnson: But see, that's just it. The big tech companies are preventing people from seeing the information. As a Democrat, you should be upset that they're preventing you from seeing the information.
Will Johnson: But see, they're not upset because they want to go along with the lie. I would be screaming, why are you preventing them? Why are you preventing me from seeing the information? Come on; Democrats speak up.
Channon: Yesterday on my Facebook page, my personal Facebook page, one of my friends had posted something about Parler. You know, “Oh, so this Parler where all where conservatives are going?” Someone responded, “Yes, I heard something like all these conservatives feel like they're being censored.
I don't know, I don't know what's happening,” and I'm just sitting here thinking, don't you think you should find out? Because if it's happening to conservatives now, you're next. Yeah.
Will Johnson: Yeah, it's already happening to them.
Channon: Yeah, I know what you are saying.
Will Johnson: They are so naive, excuse me, so dumbed down that they don't even realize it.
Will Johnson: They don't even realize that they're being blocked from receiving information that they should know. I mean, just talking to these people in the street, and when I'm talking to them, I didn't even challenge them.
Like, I said, I look back at some of the comments on there, and one person was upset with me for showing this. But people need to see that they are misinformed. Then you have all the liberal fact-checkers coming out of the woodwork saying, you're misleading people. You're putting out false information.
Channon: Oh, my gosh.
Will Johnson: No, no, and no.
Channon: Yes. Did you hear about the story, It's on UniteAmericaFirst.com about the United States Postal Service worker that Veritas had brought out said that the gentleman had recanted the story that he gave Veritas?
Will Johnson: Yeah. Then he did a video.
Channon: The Washington Post.
Will Johnson: The Washington Post said that he recanted.
Channon: Right, and he came out and said The Washington Post, that's fake news. I did not say that. I did not recant my statement.
Will Johnson: And guess what?
Channon: What happened?
Will Johnson: Nothing.
Channon: Nothing. I was waiting for something. I was like, wait, what?
Will Johnson: Nothing.
Channon: If something happened, I didn't hear about it.
Will Johnson: Nothing. The Washington Post can put it on social media, and the fact-checkers won't say a thing about it.
Channon: Right. It was really false news.
Will Johnson: Yeah, it was misleading 100%.
Channon: Misinformation, because then guess what happens? The Democrat base reads that, and they go, see, there's no voter fraud.
Will Johnson: Ah-huh.
Channon: And that person recanted their story when really, he didn't. It's so deceiving.
Will Johnson: Yeah. Because the big tech companies and the liberal media would not allow them to see his video where he's saying, “No, I didn't recant.” Then on top of that, they suspended him without pay because he spoke up.
Will Johnson: They suspended him without pay because he spoke up. That's wrong. If you do the right thing ...
Channon: Not the supervisor who did the wrong thing.
Will Johnson: Exactly. We're going to suspend you because you exposed us.
Will Johnson: This was the US Postal Service, right?
Channon: Well, the US Postal Service actually came out and did what? They supported Biden for President.
Will Johnson: Wow. The US Postal Service is a federal organization that should not be endorsing any candidate.
Will Johnson: None. They should not be endorsing or supporting any candidate openly.
Channon: Well, I feel the same way about Planned Parenthood.
Will Johnson: Oh, you are talking about Clan Parenthood
Channon: Yeah, they received ...
Will Johnson: You mean, Clan Parenthood can do it, but a 501c3 church can't?
Channon: Well, they're also a charity organization. They get, you know, funds from the federal government as well.
Will Johnson: Billions of dollars.
Channon: Right. They do Medicaid, Medicare, get other subsidies, and stuff like that from the federal government. So, I think that they shouldn't be able to take part in elections either. But they spent, what, tens of millions of dollars for the Democrat Party this year.
Will Johnson: So, they get the federal funding, and they turn it back over to the Democrat Party.
Will Johnson: How does that work?
Will Johnson: How's that work?
Channon: Yeah, I don't know.
Will Johnson: I mean, it's ridiculous that we're even having this discussion, and I say that quite often because it is ridiculous. The year 2020 and America is on the verge of who God knows what.
Will Johnson: I'm serious.
Channon: Yeah, it almost leaves you speechless. It's like, what is next? Right?
Will Johnson: Exactly, and there are so many people that are excited about all of this.
Channon: Oh, man, I know.
Will Johnson: And you know what? All of the Democrats, they're celebrating. They're celebrating because they've been told that Biden has won, and all of this stuff is going on.
You can look on our website, look on Epoch Times, look on Breitbart. You can look at all of the other ones. America truth Project has information that the left does not want people to know about.
Will Johnson: So, I mean, if I was a leftist. I would like to think that I would be upset that these tech companies prevent me from seeing the information. Why? I mean ...
Channon: You use to be a Democrat.
Will Johnson: You know what? I've been healed. I've been healed ...
Channon: You got upset and woke up, right?
Will Johnson: I didn't know any better. When I got presented with the truth, and then I struggled with it. I'm like, this can't be true, that can't be true, and yeah, you know what? It's true. I can't go along with that any longer.
So, the thing is that you know, I would like to think that if I was still a Democrat and I heard this information or I'm not privy to information so I can make my own decision. I would be upset. This just goes to show that the big tech companies and all of them don't want people to make their own decisions. Because they're not allowing them to see it, it is just an amazing, amazing, amazing time.
Channon: Yeah, well, it looks like that's it for us today. We appreciate everybody being here. Remember to text, go to your phone, type in WILL, and text it to 88202. You will get information from America Truth Project that gives you the latest news and podcasts coming.
Will Johnson: Absolutely, yes. On your mobile device, type in the number 88202. Then for the text, you type in my name W-I-L-L and then hit send. It's really that easy. It's that easy. So, we have two minutes left, and you know, we just need to all be safe out there.
bout the country. We don't want any fighting. We really don't. People don't want the fighting. For those of you that are listening, I will be in Washington, D.C., this Saturday, the 14th. I will be in D.C. and there with a whole bunch of other Americans supporting the freedom of our country.
Channon: Yeah, it's called the Million Red Hat March.
Will Johnson: Yeah, it is the Million Red Hat March.
Channon: And Eventbrite, you know, they put it on Eventbrite, the place where you advertise events.
Will Johnson: Ah-huh.
Channon: Eventbrite took it down, and when people questioned them about it, they said that the event was canceled. It has never been canceled.
Will Johnson: Wow, they said it was canceled?
Channon: Yeah, but there's a lot of people headed that way. It's going to be a very exciting day!
Will Johnson: Oh, I think we're going to get a load of people showing up, and I don't expect BLM or Antifa to show up because when you get conservatives to show up in great numbers, you don't find BLM or Antifa. They are nowhere to be found.
Channon: Yeah, because they don't have a chance.
Will Johnson: Yeah, yeah. Because you know what?
Channon: They can't have intelligent conversations with you, and they'll get beat up if they start anything.
Will Johnson: Well, you know why they get beat up? Because the police officers always do their jobs, and conservatives always sit there and watch it happen. Ask me how I know, Battle of Berkeley, Battle of Portland. Absolutely. Ok, everybody, thank you for watching. Will Johnson, Channon, let's talk about it. Have a good evening.
Channon: Good night.